Michelle Bonita Riba, M.D.
The PsychOncology Program at the U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center is devoted to relieving the numerous negative social and psychological effects of cancer diagnosis and treatment. The program is comprised of staff from a number of U-M departments, all specializing in helping people face the emotional issues unique to cancer.
We provide services including education, support and counseling to address the social, emotional and spiritual needs associated with cancer. Specialists include social workers, psychiatrists, psychologists, child and family life therapists, nurses, art therapists and complementary therapy professionals. Services include support and education groups on cancer-specific and general coping topics, providing both individual and group counseling sessions for patients and family members, and crisis management counseling.
Appointment Number: 734-232-6366
Med Inn Building
1500 East Medical Center Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5830
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