PATIENTS, SIBLINGS, and CHILDREN WHOSE PARENT HAS CANCER
A diagnosis of cancer affects the entire family. Children and teens benefit from having the ability to process their journey through the cancer experience while also having the means to be better understood by family members.
Good communication is essential for families coping with a cancer diagnosis, and the right resource can facilitate understanding and open avenues of communication while strengthening coping skills.
These user-friendly books are an excellent tool to facilitate meaningful interactions and supply growth and learning opportunities, whether in a support group setting, a 1:1 counseling session, or in the home between family members.
The books are specifically designed to provide enough structure and guidance to enable children and teens to express, explore, and process the impact of the diagnosis.