Clinical social workers in pediatric oncology support patients and families with the adjustment from diagnosis until their transition to long term survivorship. While serving as an advocate for each family, we are clinically trained to promote healthy coping and adjustment during a time of transition. We are independently licensed to provide mental health counseling and assessment. In addition to therapeutic interventions we also address practical barriers, such as financial, school, and employment concerns, transport and lodging, and connection with community resources.
Center for Children with Cancer and Blood Disorders
University of St. Thomas/ St. Catherine's University School of Social Work, Minneapolis, MN
Minnesota Board of Social Work, Licensed Graduate Social Worker
Leadership Roles and Memberships
Association of Pediatric Oncology Social Workers
We accept many insurance plans, providing access to providers across a wide range of specialties. Go here to learn more.
Before scheduling an appointment, we strongly recommend you contact your health plan to verify that the location or provider you plan to visit is included in your network. Your health plan will also be able to inform you of any co-payments, co–insurances, or deductibles that will be your responsibility.