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Kingston Hospital provides a cancer counselling service as a means of support for you and your supporters because cancer brings about many changes in a person’s life and psychological distress is common.
The Hospital has three experienced, qualified counsellors in the field of cancer counselling who are available Monday to Friday.
Kingston Hospital Adult patients and their supporters are entitled to see the counsellor free of charge for a set number of sessions.
We offer both an in- patient service where we can visit you on the ward and an out patients’ service based in the Sir William Rous Unit.
The service is for Adult patients/families/carers who are
If you are experiencing any of the above, and would like some counselling please raise your concerns with your clinical team. They will then liaise with one of us and ask you to call us on the telephone number on this leaflet. If you would like to see someone on our team but have NOT been referred, please feel free to speak to a member of your team or the Macmillan Information and support centre.
Appointments are available Mondays to Fridays, generally at the same time each week, lasting for about an hour.
Telephone – Sally Parr, Matthew Prevezer or Federica De Angelis
on – 0208 934 2114 – There is an answering machine available to leave any messages.