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FAQs

A cancer coach is a professional trained to support and guide individuals diagnosed with cancer, helping them navigate a cancer diagnosis and adjusting to life after cancer treatment by providing emotional support, education, resources, and empowerment.
I am a 2x cancer survivor. I have experienced the challenges of surgeries, the rigors of chemotherapy, and the demands of radiation treatments. But I didn’t just survive; I thrived and evolved.

I’m not just a survivor; I’m also a mental health therapist. In my private practice, I’ve provided guidance to fellow cancer survivors, navigating the intricate maze of emotions and decisions that come with a diagnosis. My hands-on experience also extends to oncology social work, serving both inpatient and outpatient needs.

But there’s more. Recognizing the integral role of rest in healing, I’ve studied sleep medicine. With a specialized program under my belt, I’ve conducted sleep studies, understanding firsthand how the quality and quantity of sleep can be the linchpin in mental and physical rejuvenation.

So, when you ask why you should trust me as your cancer coach? It’s simple. I’ve not only walked the challenging path of cancer recovery but have combined it with academic insights and professional experience to truly help you thrive.

No. Coaching addresses nonclinical challenges. The client is focused on achieving personal growth, pursuing meaningful goals, and unlocking their true potential. Therapy addresses clinical mental health issues. The client meets “medical necessity”. Severe symptoms require therapy.

The Cancer Recovery: Women Embracing Life After Cancer is NOT therapy, it a coaching program.

No. You can seek the services of a cancer coach independently.

Yes! Please reach out to me for options.

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