with: David Zuniga, Ph.D., MDIV, MA
Research demonstrates that self-care and emotional support can make a real difference for patients who are living with cancer. In this interactive, on-line dialogue, Dr. David Zuniga will discuss and answer questions about the importance of emotional support for men during all phases of cancer treatment, including after cancer treatment has ended. Specific strategies, practices, and resources related to emotional support will be discussed.
Watch the video and submit your questions for Dr. Zuniga in the Pubble area below.
He will be answering your questions live on Thursday, November 6th from 6-7pm CT.
If you would like a reminder to join the live session you can register here.
Dr. David Zuniga earned his Ph.D. in clinical psychology and is a Post-Doctoral Fellow in private practice (supervisee of Krista Jordan, Ph.D., ABPP) in Austin, Texas, specializing in mindfulness-based counseling and supporting cancer patients and their caregivers. Previously, he earned a masters degree in comparative religion from Harvard Divinity School, was ordained in South Korea as a Zen Buddhist priest, and worked for over a decade as an interfaith chaplain in pediatric and adult oncology and end-of-life healthcare. In addition to his therapy practice, he is currently finishing a book on Zen, mindfulness and end-of-life care for Wisdom Publications. You can learn more about his work and self-care resources at www.drdavidzuniga.com.
Additional reading on this important subject:
- Some Recent Research on Different Dimensions of Mindfulness
- Some Self-Care Strategies
- Multimedia Resources on Different Dimensions of Self-Care