We care for the whole person. Living with cancer is complicated. A diagnosis is stressful, and can bring up difficult emotions: feeling alone, confused, or overwhelmed. Medical care focuses on treating the body, but can leave other aspects unaccounted for. We take a psychosocial approach, taking care of social, emotional, physical, spiritual, and psychological needs. You may need someone to listen, teach, guide, or empower you — and that’s where we come in. Studies show that when psychosocial needs are met for a person affected by cancer, there are positive benefits, like reduced anxiety, stress, depression, and decreased symptoms.