Navigating the mental & emotional impacts of cancer.
Persons with Cancer
Cancer can affect your thoughts, feelings, beliefs, and relationships. Whether you are newly diagnosed or in remission, we provide support, education, and resources to help.
Friends and Family
A cancer diagnosis doesn’t just affect the person diagnosed, but friends and family too. Loved ones face a unique set of challenges and emotions that we can help you to navigate.
Living with Grief
Grief is not linear and there isn’t a specific timeframe for grieving. Through groups, workshops, 1on1 counseling and social activities, you’ll find the path that is right for you.
October 12th – 5pm
Visual Journaling Workshop – When Words Aren’t Enough
Our Board Certified Art Therapists will demonstrate how to utilize the visual language of art as a method of journaling. A range of drawing materials, including collage, will be offered during this workshop. This therapeutic tool can be used as a tool for self-exploration, coping, reducing stress, and expressing emotions. No art experience necessary.
Hear what a survivor has to say about their journey.
How We Stand Apart
Licensed Mental Health Professionals
Our organization is unique in our approach to providing mental and emotional health support. We offer individual counseling, family counseling, couples counseling, art therapy and support groups – all of which are facilitated by licensed mental health professionals. Our team of three full-time support specialists bring a wealth of experience and expertise to the table, ensuring that our members receive the highest quality care possible.
By incorporating art therapy into our services, we offer a creative outlet for individuals to express themselves and explore their emotions in a safe and supportive environment. Our focus on individualized care and innovative therapies sets us apart from other mental health organizations and allows us to make a meaningful difference in the lives of our members.
Hours of Individual Support
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In the event of a mental health crisis, you can contact Southwestern Behavioral Crisis Services (812-422-1100) or go to the nearest Emergency Room.