Founded in 2005, our aim is to provide support and information for all those affected by cavernoma including friends, family, carers and professionals. We offer free one-to-one and small-group sessions, for members affected by cavernoma.
We understand that the effects of living with cavernoma go beyond just the physical symptoms; coping with this chronic condition can affect your mental and emotional wellbeing too. Whether you have a cavernoma yourself or care for someone that does, life can often feel exhausting and overwhelming. That’s why we offer up to four sessions of free 1:1 therapy via zoom.
Counselling is open to adults and young people and is non-means tested. Our only requirement is that you be a member of CAUK. You can become a member for free by clicking here. If you would like to access counselling with a qualified therapist who understands cavernoma please get in touch through our contact page. Our therapist will reply within 10 working days.