Dealing with cancer – finding emotional support
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer, you don't have to bear the emotional issues on your own. Just as modern medicine has made enormous strides in the treatment of cancer, counsellors are also highly experienced and proficient in helping cancer sufferers and their families deal with the many emotional issues that cancer can cause.
The problem is that cancer, like very few other illnesses, brings with it an unspoken spectre of bereavement, something that lingers throughout treatment and beyond. It's therefore no surprise to find just how overwhelming it is to deal with – and how important experienced, empathetic professional help can be when everyday life and relationships are turned upside down.
Find the support you need
If you or a loved one is struggling to deal with the emotional shocks that cancer can bring, get in touch with Clinical Partners on 0203 326 9160 or just fill in the form alongside. We offer confidential support for every stage of the cancer process, from the impact of diagnosis to the effects of treatment and final recovery:
- Adjusting to a cancer diagnosis
- How cancer affects your relationships
- Managing your recovery from cancer
- Returning to work after cancer treatment
At Clinical Partners, we believe in:
- Matching you with the right specialist for your particular situation
- Recommending therapists who we'd be happy to have treating our own family or friends – because while the right qualifications and experience are essential, rapport and empathy make all the difference
- Counselling and clinics at various places, for your convenience
Our very experienced team of counsellors will be able to offer you or your loved one all the emotional help that's required, as well as help, support and advice for parents, family and friends.
Clinical Partners can also recommend an appropriate cancer support group. Support groups can be extremely helpful with managing the emotional fall-out of a cancer diagnosis, treatment or recovery. As well as making it clear that you're far from alone with your struggle, fellow support group members can give you valuable insights into your situation – and the empathy you're your friends may not be able to.
Why Clinical Partners?
Our team of highly recommended and experienced therapists have specialist expertise in treating the emotional effects of cancer and is passionate about offering the best counselling and treatment based on your needs as an individual.
Where are the Clinical Partners clinics?
We have a number of clinics in various locations – including a Clinic in Harley Street and another in Wimpole Street. Please call us to hear if we have a clinical partner near you.
Where can I find out more?
To learn more about the emotional issues faced by cancer sufferers, click on one of the subjects above.
Or simply call our clinical team on 0203 326 9160 for a confidential chat.