A cancer diagnosis and cancer treatment can be traumatic. An experience with cancer can lead to serious psychological distress that should be addressed. In this webinar, Schuyler Cunningham, Clinical Social Worker, talks about what trauma is, how to identify it, and what steps to take next.
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About the Presenter
Schuyler Cunningham, MSW, LICSW, LCSW-C, BCD
Mr. Schuyler Cunningham (firstname.lastname@example.org), MSW, LICSW, LCSW-C,Board Certified Diplomate is an award winning social worker and researcher. His extensive experience includes practicing social work at the Washington Cancer Institute, the DC Rape Crisis Center, the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center, and The Washington, DC Center for Neurocognitive Excellence. Schuyler’s clinical experience includes Consultant status in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), providing supervision to EMDR practitioners, providing Infra-Slow Frequency neurofeedback therapy, and training bachelors and masters students in clinical care and research. He is a sought after speaker and has published on various aspects of mental health counseling including an upcoming paper on distress and traumatic stress in people with cancer, first person narratives of cancer related traumatic stress, screening for psychosocial distress in non-oncology patients, cancer rehabilitation, innovative treatments for smoldering multiple myeloma, and palliative care for people with mesothelioma. Mr. Cunningham obtained his Masters in Social Work from the National Catholic School of Social Service at the Catholic University of America and holds advanced social work licenses in both DC and Maryland.
Cancer and Trauma
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