Having cancer in your life can really mess things up. CanTeen understands that cancer affects everything, from how you feel and think to your relationships and stuff like education, work and finances.
Cancer affects everyone differently, which is why we can work with you individually to identify your needs and goals and then make sure you get the support you need to deal with your cancer journey.
We can help you work out what type of support you’d like and need, then work with you to make it happen. If you’d like to speak to one of our staff (online or face-to-face), call us on 1800 835 932.
CanTeen Counselling Services
Talking about everything you’re going through might seem hard, but it can make a huge difference. CanTeen counsellors are specially trained to understand the challenges cancer brings and you can talk to them about thoughts or feelings that you might not want to tell other people in your life. They’ll also help you develop strategies to deal with the impact cancer is having on your life – and just listen.
CanTeen Counselling Services are confidential and completely free.
What we offer
CanTeen Counselling Services are flexible so that you can talk to a counsellor when you like* and how you like. Support is available seven days a week, no matter where you live.
You can get support from a counsellor over the phone, on live chat or by sending us an email. Just join our community to get started. You can choose how you talk to us. We also have face-to-face counselling available in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Newcastle as well as a group support program called Truce for young people dealing with a parent’s cancer. Call us on 1800 835 932 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more or to organise a time to see a counsellor.
*Phone, email and online counselling is available 10am-10pm AEST Mon-Thu, 10am-6pm AEST Fri and 11am-6pm AEST Sat-Sun, face-to-face counselling is available during normal business hours with scheduled after hours sessions also on offer.
CanTeen Counselling Services are supported by funding from our generous donors and the Australian Government Department of Health.