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    I found a local nonprofit that offers short-term counseling (maximum of 8 sessions) for cancer patients free of charge. I called, was referred to an intake specialist, and made an appt for next week; so, hopefully, I will learn some techniques to keep my mind a little more relaxed.


    That is very cool. Good for you. And, kudos to the team of people who put this opportunity in place near where you live! 8-) :)


    You have taken the first big step. I hope this helps you get some peace of mind. Keep us updated as to how it is going. It is wonderful that this service is offered In your area.



    The Cancer Wellness Center is a private non-profit organization which receives its operating support through the generosity of individuals, foundations, corporations and businesses.

    Lisa P

    I’m so glad, Cohanja. Let us know how it goes and if you can share any tips the rest of us might employ.

    Catherine Poole

    Congratulations on finding this service. Counseling can be a wonderful thing. I hope you will get the tools you need to cope with your issues. Our mind and body work together very closely so think of it as a way to improve your immune system too!!

    Here is a national service that is free too:

    To request a confidential referral, please call: Toll Free 1-866-276-7443



    Great job! :) Please share with us how it goes!

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