Your assessment results indicate:

You're managing things well.

Everyone experiences some of these symptoms, to varying degrees, part of the time. If you find that many of your answers are in columns four or five, and you are having difficulty dealing with your situation on your own, you may be experiencing significant distress. Please do not hesitate to discuss your feelings with a psychosocial oncology counsellor.

You need help coping.

Everyone experiences some of these symptoms, to varying degrees, part of the time. If you find that many of your answers are in columns four or five, and you are having difficulty dealing with your situation on your own, you may be experiencing significant distress. Please do not hesitate to discuss your feelings with a psychosocial oncology counsellor.

You need urgent help coping.

Everyone experiences some of these symptoms, to varying degrees, part of the time. If you find that many of your answers are in columns four or five, and you are having difficulty dealing with your situation on your own, you may be experiencing significant distress. Please do not hesitate to discuss your feelings with a psychosocial oncology counsellor.

Getting Started

Looking for a place to start getting support? Our getting started page outlines the basic's you'll need to know on your journey.

Meet the Team

An introduction to the team of professionals you may encounter, what they do and why they do it.

Resources & Tools

A set of toolsthat will explain common issues and what support services exist to help tackle them.