Counselling & Wellbeing
Brain cancer is a journey that no one should face alone. We are dedicated to making sure that that doesn’t happen.
We understand that upon diagnosis there are many unknowns and uncertainties. Living with uncertainty can trigger feelings of helplessness, anxiety and depression. By providing access to funded counselling and face to face support groups we can help build a strong community to prevent patients and families feeling isolated and dis-empowered.
Peace of Mind offers face to face support groups and funded counselling to help patients and family members navigate their way through their diagnosis and continue to find joy in life when faced with uncertainty.
Brain Cancer Support Group, Geelong
The Geelong Brain Cancer Support Group runs every 2nd Monday of each month. Held at Andrew Love Wellness Lounge, Andrew Love Cancer Centre, Geelong.
Peace of Mind invite you to addend this free support group if you are a brain cancer patient, carer, friend or family member.
Additional services around Victoria
To see a full list of support services that are available near you please visit the Brain Tumour Alliance Australia page below.
Cancer Council Helpline
A free and confidential telephone information and support service run by Cancer Councils in each state and territory.
Anyone can call Cancer Council Helpline – cancer patients, people living with cancer, their families, carers and friends, teachers, students and healthcare professionals.
Call: 13 11 20
Wellbeing & Support Services - Apps
While providing support networks directly through our organisation, we also believe that patients and their families should have access to tools and services that can help them get the support they need.
The Resilience Project
A program to help build resilience and happiness through positive mental help strategies. The application includes a journal and meditations.
Programs designed to assist you in dealing with the pressure, stress and challenges of daily life
Mobile App that provides patients and families with the tools to keep track of, organise and share their medical and life based needs.
The world’s first app about brain injury, made by people with brain injury for people with brain injury.