One of the first questions asked after a cancer diagnosis is “why me?” I know that I asked that question after my first diagnosis. I had just turned 25, was a vegan, nondrinker, nonsmoker, and I worked out frequently. I believed that the test results were wrong. It felt like a rug had been pulled out from under me. My body felt like a land mine. I became suspicious of every single ache, bump, and pain. Do I have a headache or is it a brain tumor? As a therapist specializing in working with cancer patients, I am directly aware of cancer’s toll and its effects. I know the psychological effects a cancer diagnosis has. I also know how beneficial therapy is for cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers. I am passionate about working with anyone that has been impacted by a cancer diagnosis. I want to help you feel empowered and gain a fresh perspective. I can work with you to help you move past the worries related to having cancer, surviving it or providing care.