Victoria Puzo, MSW, LCSW

Clinical Supervisor and Online Support Group Program Director

Victoria is Clinical Supervisor and Online Support Group Program Director at CancerCare and provides supportive counseling and resources to people coping with cancer and people who have experienced the loss of a loved one.

Additional training:

  • Certificate in Clinical Supervision, Rutgers University School of Social

Presentations and publications:

  • “Counseling to Better Cope With a Cancer Diagnosis,” CancerCare Fact Sheet, Editor (2019)
  • “Returning to Work After Cancer Treatment,” Cure Magazine (2018)
  • “Providing a Safe Harbor When Treatment is Complete: Implications for Long-Term Care in the Adolescent and Young Adult Posttreatment Population,” Adolescent and Young Adult Panel Symposium at the Association of Oncology Social Work (AOSW) Annual Conference in Tampa, FL (2016)
  • “Triple-Negative Breast Cancer: Learning From Each Other,” Panel presentation at the Living Beyond Breast Cancer Annual Fall Conference in Denver, CO (2015)
  • Understanding the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Patient: Tips and Tools for Health Care Professionals,” Oncology Nurse Advisor (2015)

Victoria shares, “While the work we do is challenging, what keeps me going is seeing people who work through some of the most difficult times in their lives. Being able to contribute to just a small part of their healing is incredibly gratifying and rewarding. The best part is helping people realize the strength they already have to overcome huge obstacles.”

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