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A cancer diagnosis and subsequent treatment can bring difficult and painful feelings for the individual and their family. Shock, grief, and fear are just some of the emotions you may deal with. You may feel that you don’t want to burden your family and friends with your problems and fears.
But, you don’t have to bear the emotional issues on your own.
At Nova Healthcare we know about the huge emotional impact that cancer can have on people, and we strive to help our patients deal with all the aspects of cancer treatment.
Our specialists can help to assess and treat a number of psychological conditions that may arise as a result of a cancer diagnosis, ranging from anxiety disorders to post-traumatic stress and depression.
Psychological services are often very personalised to the patient – meaning that your psychologist will decide to work with you based on your individual needs. Common treatments include but are not limited to Cognitive behavioural therapy, cognitive analytical therapy and dynamic psychotherapy.
At Nova we pride ourselves on providing high-quality personalised care to each patient and offer a range of screening and diagnostic procedures at a time convenient to you.
With the support of our specialist multi-disciplinary teams we will ensure you get the care that is right for you. Find out more about our work at Nova and our values here.