- To help children with cancer and their family members overcome psychological difficulties through psychotherapy
- To understand the needs of children with cancer and their families through assessments and to provide appropriate services
- Children with cancer who experience difficulties and problems in coping with treatment
- Children who face complicated treatment processes
- Family members who are emotionally disturbed
- Intellectual and psychological assessments
- Individual psychotherapy
- Family therapy
Through all stages of childhood cancer – diagnosis, treatment, recovery, relapse and in some cases, bereavement – patients and families have a unique range of psychological needs. These may be caused by complicated treatment processes and have an effect on other family members.
Led by our Clinical Psychologist, every psychotherapy session involves a genuine, frank and honest exchange between psychologist and patient. We witness the anguish, sadness and fear of children and their parents. But we also witness the healing that takes place when expressions of these emotions are quickly transformed into expressions of courage, wisdom, acceptance and appreciation of life.