Support Services: Counseling and Groups

Designed to address the emotional distress associated with a cancer diagnosis.


From initial diagnosis through treatment and beyond, the free counseling services provided at the Center help normalize the emotions and issues raised by a cancer diagnosis. The professional clinical staff, comprised of psychologists, counselors and social workers, provides people diagnosed with cancer and their loved ones with coping strategies and practical suggestions to help them better function and improve their overall quality of life.

Counseling is available for:

  • Individuals
  • Couples
  • Families
  • Young Adults
  • Children
  • Adolescents

Bereavement counseling is also available for those who have lost a loved one to cancer.


Support groups provide patients, survivors and their loved ones with peer support to help cope with the emotional and life changes following a cancer diagnosis. The Center’s professional clinical team facilitates these therapeutic groups:

For Patients:

  • Men’s Group
  • Women’s Group
  • Young Women’s Group 
  • Co-Ed Group 
  • The Lisa Klitzky Young Adult Group (Co-Ed ages 20-40)
  • Parenting with Cancer
  • Weight Loss For Wellness

For Caregivers:

  • Significant Other Group

For Bereaved:

  • Spousal Bereavement Group 
  • Family Loss Bereavement Group

Unsure if joining a support group will be right for you? Please check out this blog by our Support Group Coordinator, Kimberly Matthews, on Why You Should Consider a Support Group.