The Simms/Mann - UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology is part of UCLA's Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center and UCLA Oncology. To find out more about research opportunities and medical oncology care, please visit these sites.
In addition to the extensive services we provide to clients and patients at our Center, we offer a variety of products to support the nutritional, medical and complementary care of our patients and clients.
Groups are a major resource available to our patients. Our groups are facilitated by professionals to optimize living fully after a cancer diagnosis. We have groups of all kinds for patients, family members and significant others.
A cancer diagnosis not only impacts our physical bodies and sense of well-being, but it certainly can have a profound impact on our understanding of and connection to the larger themes and meaning one finds in life—namely one’s spirituality.
The practicum at the Simms/Mann–UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology is an advanced clinical training opportunity for students in the fields of psychology to obtain interdisciplinary training in the clinical care of patients with cancer and their family members.