Looking for Personalized Guidance after a Cancer Diagnosis?
We have the help you need to get on the road to sexual wellness or parenthood. We also have a program for health care professionals!
Our self-help programs can be used on a computer or mobile device over the internet, 24/7 in the privacy of your home. They were developed with funding from the National Cancer Institute and tested at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Each program provides:
- Personalized goal-setting that creates a program tailored just for you
- Step-by-step self-help strategies to prevent or overcome problems
- Guidance on decisions about finding professional care
- In-depth video stories from real patients and vignettes with actors
- Special advice for sexual partners or for parents of young cancer survivors
Will2Love offers two types of telehealth services by videoconferencing:
Get coaching from a trained patient advocate:
- Extra guidance in using our self-help programs
- Help in answering your questions and finding resources
- Emotional support
Get expert services from a licensed clinical psychologist:
- Sex therapy for cancer-related sexual problems
- Counseling to help with decision-making and emotional coping for cancer-related issues with fertility and pregnancy
- You must be located in a state where the psychologist is licensed, even with videoconferencing
How Does Our Telehealth Work?
- You need an internet connection fast enough to handle videoconferencing, either on wifi or your mobile phone (though using your phone minutes can create extra charges)
- You can search our directory to find a patient advocate or to find a psychologist licensed in your state (only some states are currently covered but we are growing our network)
- You can schedule a session on your clinician’s online calendar and pay by credit card
- You can have a session by yourself or with your partner
- We do not currently accept health insurance or submit claims to your insurance.
- Will2Love's videoconferencing services are not covered by Medicare, because we provide sessions in your home. Medicare only covers psychological services provided via telehealth when the patient is treated at an eligible facility (such as a hospital or clinic) in a rural area as defined by Medicare.
- Our telehealth services are not designed for emergency situations