Fatiha Mabrok International specializes in psycho-oncology, also known as psychosocial oncology, a field that focuses on mental health in cancer care.

Fatiha Mabrok is a research scientist in the field of psycho-oncology on the UCN/Berlin (Germany) campus.

Fatiha Mabrok International offers psychological follow-up and psychotherapy for people with cancer, and not only, psycho-oncology is also for to the relatives of the cancer patient.

*The psyche can be used to mobilize the immune system to fight cancer. *

“My role is to relieve the patient’s emotional load, to move through the stages at the patient’s pace to allow him/her to adhere psychologically to the treatment, to strengthen his/her strengths and to awaken or strengthen his/her fighting spirit in order to influence the effects of the treatment in a way that promotes healing. The purpose of Psycho-oncology is to considerably improve the patient’s quality of life. “Fatiha Mabrok

Appropriate mental health care can change the lives of patients and their families. A diagnosis such as cancer is difficult to accept and the distressing nature of the unpredictable course of cancer and the treatment process can put a strain on the relationship with oneself and one’s body, but also on relationships with children, the couple, family dynamics and social life as a whole.

Cancer has physical and psychological consequences: cancer affects the subject throughout his being and causes profound psychological upheavals.

The physical damage of cancer involves stress due to surgical procedures and their possible complications, treatments, chemotherapy or radiotherapy, which are also a source of anxiety, including fear of possible side effects and waiting for the results.

Cancer affects the patient psychologically and is a very serious stress. The shock caused by the announcement of the diagnosis, the stupor, the anguish, the anger, the feeling of revolt, the guilt sometimes of unreality, vulnerability but also and especially the fear of death. All these feelings are often described by patients who have had to face this ordeal.

Main Objectives improved the quality of life by giving the patient back control over his or her life:

Psychological care and emotional charge management.

Restructure and foster a spirit of combativeness (empower the patient)

Participatory therapeutic support for healing: Psychic Therapy and Psycho-Body Therapy (including the scientifically proven methods of Dr. Carl Simonton and Prof. Dr. Christian Hanisch)

Development of ways to enable patients to actively participate in their healing process

Learning techniques for managing emotions, stress and anxiety.

Listening and recognition of his body.

Improving quality of life: restoring and maintaining harmony and balance in the patient’s life in order to improve his or her overall well-being.

*To heal the body through the mind and to heal the mind through the body*

Every human being is unique, his passage into oncology is a crucial and difficult stage of his life, he needs skills to fight the disease. Use the means at our disposal to treat this disease !