Life as a cancer patient, survivor or caregiver is hard. We want to make it easier. The Texas Oncology Foundation Virtual Experience is a 4-week virtual support program that offers valuable life tools, resources and support to anyone who has been diagnosed with or cared for someone with cancer…from the comfort of home.
Scroll down to learn more about our next virtual survivorship camp beginning June 3, 2021.
Build emotional resilience by better managing fear and anxiety during and after treatment.
Start feeling stronger, less tired and more energized by healing your body’s second brain – the gut.
Demystify insurance and medical barriers to reduce cancer costs before and after treatment.
Shift the way you think about your wellness and customize a plan to feel your best.
Oncology experts will offer evidence-based insights, tips and strategies on topics that matter most to survivors and caregivers
Choose from a variety of virtual workshops that will help melt away stress, declutter your mind and move you forward with intention
Make time for yourself with this Gentle Hatha Yoga class, focusing on reducing stress and providing a full body stretch.
Experience the healing benefits of expressive writing and gain insight to develop your own journaling/creative writing habits.
Learn how to gain control in uncontrollable circumstances, discover meaningful communication strategies and cultivate support after cancer.
Join fellow cancer survivor, author and resilience expert, Tamika Felder, as she shares her tips to live life beyond cancer.
Art Therapy is a form of psychotherapy that focuses on the creative process to encourage growth and self-understanding.
Let’s get cooking – start incorporating foods rich in fiber and probiotics/prebiotics into recipes to support your digestive health.
We will utilize case studies of real-life situations to better demonstrate picking the best healthcare plan for you.
Get more from your workout – Tabata HIIT combines cardio and strength to yield the most benefit in a short amount of time.
Our certified oncology social workers have a combined 60+ years experience offering support, resources and counseling to cancer survivors and their families
Debbi has more than 15+ years of experience assisting patients and caregivers through all phases of the cancer experience by providing psychosocial support and knowledge of community resources.
Emily has experience providing psychosocial services in both pediatric and adult outpatient oncology settings. She enjoys empowering patients and families through knowledge, resources, and support.
Rebecca brings strengths that include counseling psychology, crisis counseling and intervention, grief counseling, family and group therapy, and individual counseling for oncology patients.
Jackeline works with patients and their family to overcome barriers or concerns they face during after a cancer diagnosis. She is passionate about patient education and empowering patients to make informed decisions.
*If $25 is cost prohibitive, please contact Kelly.Condon@usoncology.com for patient assistance