Receiving a cancer diagnosis can be the start of a very emotional time for the person with the condition, their family, friends and work colleagues. From our experience, receiving support to deal with these emotions is a very important part of acceptance and recovery. We offer a host of activities all designed to help you cope. These including:
One to one counselling – Counselling gives you an opportunity to receive emotional support to help you find better ways to cope with the effects of cancer. Our counsellors can offer a safe space and time to talk, to express feelings that may concern you and to explore ways to deal with life. The counsellor is there to support you and respect your views. They won’t usually give advice but will help you find your own insights into and understanding of your problems. All our counselling sessions take place in a private room and are completely confidential.
Support Groups – Cancer specific groups, giving you the opportunity to gain information and talk to those who may be experiencing a similar diagnosis.