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DIAGNOSING DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY IN CANCER PATIENTS

  • When —   March 26
  • Time —  9 a.m. — 3 p.m
  • Where — Online via Zoom
  • Facilitator — Clara Anderson Sainte, LCSW, LSCSW
  • CEs — 6 
  • Cost — $60

Cancer treatment can impact the mental health of patients and family members to such a degree, separating what is "normal" reactions to an abnormal situation and what is more serious mental health concerns needs to be addressed. Throughout the training, participants will increase 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 well-being.  

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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