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DSM-V: DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY IN CANCER PATIENTS

  • When —  July 17
  • Time —  9 a.m. — 4 p.m
  • Where — Cornerstones of Care — KCK • 155 S 18th St, Suite 100 • KCK
  • Facilitator — Clara Sainte
  • CEs — 6 
  • Cost — $60

With the uncertainty of how long the disruption to our daily lives will last as the coronavirus continues to impact our communities and families, a determination will be made no later than three weeks prior to a training regarding its status and if it will still take place as originally planned or be rescheduled for a later date.

Throughout the training, participants will increase their knowledge regarding the impact of depression and anxiety in cancer patients, feel more confident discussing sensitive topics, as well as understand steps to ensure their own mental wellbeing.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify risk factors and symptoms of depression and/or anxiety in cancer patients.
  • Describe challenges for diagnosing and treating depression and/or anxiety in cancer patients.
  • Learn about the scope of cancer incidence and common periods of crisis during the cancer experience.
  • Develop effective sensitive communication skills when working with cancer patients and families, including children.
  • Discuss measures that help prevent compassion fatigue to remain healthy in order to continue providing services to patients and families.
  • Identify community resources available to families impacted by cancer.


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If you would like to register multiple attendees, please contact Teri Schuler at teri.schuler@cornerstonesofcare.org.


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