Clinical Oncology Services

A cancer diagnosis can be extremely challenging both for the individual and the family. Our team is here to help. 

Cancer impacts people and their families in many ways. The emotions related to cancer can vary from person to person and from one day to the next. It is common to feel worried, sad, angry, anxious, or isolated when affected by a serious illness. Many must grieve the loss of your health or of control in your life. At Jade, we provide comprehensive psychotherapy services to help you cope with the range of feelings you, and your loved ones may experience.

Clinicians at Jade address the psychological, emotional, social and practical needs of patients and their loved ones specific to psychosocial oncology. We work with individuals, couples, families, and caregivers, in addition to offering group sessions for people who might benefit from interacting with others who have been through similar circumstances. These services aim to help patients and their families cope with the intricacies of cancer care.

At JADE, we offer families and individuals the following services:

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Psychotherapy for individuals, couples and family members

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Teaching coping skills for behavior, patient education, new ways to process thoughts and feelings, problem-solving therapy and ways to cope with stress

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Help with how to talk with children and family members about your diagnosis

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Sexuality, appearance and fertility concerns

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Fear of treatment or fear of recurrence of cancer; and concerns about death and dying

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Preparing psychologically for surgery and other procedures

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Help with how to talk with children and family members about your diagnosis

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Grief and Loss services for families and loved ones

Jade helps manage cancer-related distress or psychiatric symptoms that can impact cancer treatment, such as:

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Adjusting to cancer and its impact on your future and living your life

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Anxiety

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Depression

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Insomnia

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Delirium/altered mental status

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Treatment adherence

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Medical decision-making and end-of-life issues

Mental disorders affect the whole family.

Our counselors are here to help. Contact us today to learn more.