Psycho-Oncology Behavioral Sleep and Fatigue Clinic
March 18, 2020, 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
UCSF Mission Bay Campus
Location details provided upon registration.
Would you like to learn evidence-based, behavioral, self-management strategies for coping with cancer-related insomnia and fatigue? Join this seven-week group taking place on Wednesday afternoons from March 18 (mandatory introductory session) through April 29, from 2:00 - 3:30 pm. Please plan to attend all seven sessions.
The UCSF Psycho-Oncology Sleep and Fatigue Clinic is now recruiting for our upcoming 6-week Psycho-Oncology Behavioral Sleep and Fatigue Group for our Cancer Center patients, and now also available to Cancer Center caregivers.
This well-received program provides evidence-based, behavioral, self-management strategies shown to help with insomnia and/or fatigue. It includes tools from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBTi), an extensively-researched treatment that has been shown to be effective for cancer patients and survivors. The group will take place at Mission Bay and will be led by Psycho-Oncology psychologist Anna Levin, PhD and cancer center social worker Lacy Fetting, LCSW.
A mandatory information session will be held for interested participants on Wednesday, March 18, from 2:00-3:30pm at Mission Bay. Fees may apply for the 6-week course, and insurance is accepted.
Who: Open to UCSF cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers seeking assistance with insomnia and/or fatigue related to cancer
What: A 6-week group treatment, with one mandatory information session. Individuals will learn evidence-based, behavioral, self-management strategies for coping with insomnia and fatigue
When: Wednesdays, 2:00-3:30pm, March 25th through April 29th, 2020
Where: UCSF Mission Bay Campus
Contact Psycho-Oncology at (415) 353-9751. Please also feel free to contact Anna.Levin@ucsf.edu with any questions about the clinic.