Patients and those close to them

ONCO-PSY-COVID-19

PSYCHOLOGICAL SUPPORT FOR THE INHABITANTS OF BRUSSELS

The COVID-19 pandemic may lead to significant psychological consequences (worry, anxiety, isolation,...) because of the confrontation with the disease and because of the public health measures put in place (confinement, prohibition for relatives to visit hospitalized patients, postponement of certain surgical procedures or examinations,…). This is why, the Psycho-Oncology Centre is mobilising all its forces in order to offer any person (patient, relative, citizen) psychological interventions specific to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our telephone (+ 32 2 538 03 27) and email (secretariat@psycho-oncologie.be) are available to allow everyone to contact a psychologist to seek information, to be listened to, to be supported in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our centre offers psychological interventions by telephone, and individual and group tele-psychology consultations. You can contact our secretariat on weekdays from 9.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Outside these hours and in case of an emergency, you can contact the emergency service "Community Help Service" (CHS) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at the following phone number: 02/648.40.14 Of course, the Psycho-Oncology Centre continues its psychological interventions specific to the difficulties related to cancer and its treatment. Our team of psychologists remains mobilized to maintain support via video-conferencing to help patients and their families cope with the disease and its consequences. The CPO proposes the following services:
  • Psychological support for people facing the disease
  • Individual and group interventions focused on emotion regulation
  • Individual and group relaxation sessions
  • Accompanying patients who have a sick/hospitalised relative
  • Accompanying patients affected by bereavement
  • Psychological support for children with a sick/hospitalised parent
  • Parenting support in the context of illness
  • Couple and family interviews
  • Smoking cessation support
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PSYCHOLOGICAL SUPPORT FOR CAREGIVERS

On the front lines of the fight against COVID-19, caregivers may experience stress, uncertainty and burnout. This is why the Psycho-Oncology Centre is also mobilising all its forces to support caregivers and their teams with psychological interventions specific to the COVID-19 pandemic Our telephone number (+ 32 2 538 03 27) and email (secretariat@psycho-oncologie.be) are available to caregivers called upon by the COVID-19 pandemic The CPO offers psychological interventions by telephone, individual and group video-conferencing consultations for caregivers and teams. You can contact our secretariat on weekdays from 9.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. In particular, we offer the following services:
  • Individual and group interventions focusing on emotion regulation
  • Individual and group relaxation sessions
  • Individual or team support for caregivers faced with burnout
  • Communication training

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About us

The Psycho-Oncology Centre (CPO), founded in 1982, is a centre for care, teaching and research. It provides psychosocial care services for people with cancer or who have suffered cancer, and those close to them. Its teaching activities focus on training for health professionals working in oncology. The centre has developed an integrated approach incorporating research, care provision and teaching enabling it to offer innovative interventions for the benefit of patients, their loved ones and health professionals.

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ONCO-PSY-COVID-19

PSYCHOLOGICAL SUPPORT FOR THE INHABITANTS OF BRUSSELS

The COVID-19 pandemic may lead to significant psychological consequences (worry, anxiety, isolation,...) because of the confrontation with the disease and because of the public health measures put in place (confinement, prohibition for relatives to visit hospitalized patients, postponement of certain surgical procedures or examinations,…). This is why, the Psycho-Oncology Centre is mobilising all its forces in order to offer any person (patient, relative, citizen) psychological interventions specific to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our telephone (+ 32 2 538 03 27) and email (secretariat@psycho-oncologie.be) are available to allow everyone to contact a psychologist to seek information, to be listened to, to be supported in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our centre offers psychological interventions by telephone, and individual and group tele-psychology consultations. You can contact our secretariat on weekdays from 9.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Outside these hours and in case of an emergency, you can contact the emergency service "Community Help Service" (CHS) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at the following phone number: 02/648.40.14 Of course, the Psycho-Oncology Centre continues its psychological interventions specific to the difficulties related to cancer and its treatment. Our team of psychologists remains mobilized to maintain support via video-conferencing to help patients and their families cope with the disease and its consequences. The CPO proposes the following services:
  • Psychological support for people facing the disease
  • Individual and group interventions focused on emotion regulation
  • Individual and group relaxation sessions
  • Accompanying patients who have a sick/hospitalised relative
  • Accompanying patients affected by bereavement
  • Psychological support for children with a sick/hospitalised parent
  • Parenting support in the context of illness
  • Couple and family interviews
  • Smoking cessation support
Here are some useful links:

PSYCHOLOGICAL SUPPORT FOR CAREGIVERS

On the front lines of the fight against COVID-19, caregivers may experience stress, uncertainty and burnout. This is why the Psycho-Oncology Centre is also mobilising all its forces to support caregivers and their teams with psychological interventions specific to the COVID-19 pandemic Our telephone number (+ 32 2 538 03 27) and email (secretariat@psycho-oncologie.be) are available to caregivers called upon by the COVID-19 pandemic The CPO offers psychological interventions by telephone, individual and group video-conferencing consultations for caregivers and teams. You can contact our secretariat on weekdays from 9.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. In particular, we offer the following services:
  • Individual and group interventions focusing on emotion regulation
  • Individual and group relaxation sessions
  • Individual or team support for caregivers faced with burnout
  • Communication training

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About us

The Psycho-Oncology Centre (CPO), founded in 1982, is a centre for care, teaching and research. It provides psychosocial care services for people with cancer or who have suffered cancer, and those close to them. Its teaching activities focus on training for health professionals working in oncology. The centre has developed an integrated approach incorporating research, care provision and teaching enabling it to offer innovative interventions for the benefit of patients, their loved ones and health professionals.

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