Psychological Support

Counseling and Psychological Support program “Eleni Fylactou”
Walking with a friend in the dark is better than walking alone in the light.

Hellen Keller

Emotional Support

Living with blood cancer is a challenge. Fighting leukemia and other hematological diseases can lead patients as well as family and loved ones to loneliness and alienation. Studies show that more than 75% of patients report that their diagnosis has had a significant negative impact on their mental health. However, it seems that the majority do not receive any kind of professional psychological support and struggle on their own to manage the emotional effects of the disease and treatment. 

AURORA responds to this need by providing psychological support to patients and their families, through free sessions with qualified psychologists experienced in dealing with people going through a life-threatening illness.

Our goal is to help patients and their loved ones by providing comprehensive information and support, to help them get through this emotionally difficult period where it is normal to have many emotional ups and downs, many questions and many difficult days…

·         If you have been diagnosed with some form of haematological disease,

·         or if you are waiting for a bone marrow transplant

·         or if you are recovering from a bone marrow transplant,

·         or if a loved one suffers from a hematological disease and you want to talk about how you could best support her / him.

You can book an online, over-the-telephone or in-person meeting with a psychologist and join Aurora's online psychological support program, which will help you take better care of yourself.

We are here for you.

Ways to contact us:

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