Martin-O'Neil Cancer Center
Colleen Winters, LCSW Patient Care Navigator
Colleen Winters is the Clinical Navigator at the Martin-O’Neil Cancer Center at St. Helena Hospital. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Board Certified in Oncology Clinical Social Work, she manages the Integrative Cancer Support Services and is the patient and family therapist at the Cancer Center.
She offers short-term Psycho Dynamic Therapy for a variety of issues such as anxiety and stress, how cancer affects intimacy, body image and how to navigate and cope with a life challenging illness. She introduces patients to advance care planning tools and palliative care. Colleen also connects patients to local and national resources as they consider their diagnosis and its impact on work and family during their cancer journey.
In her role managing the Integrative Cancer Support Services she has developed a full range of survivorship programs and services such as acupuncture, music therapy, yoga, guided imagery, support groups, mindfulness eating and meditation.
Colleen has over 20 years’ of management and direct service experience working in acute care and outpatient oncology. She has post graduate training in Behavioral Health Integration in Primary Care, Psycho-Dynamic Therapy and Advance Care Planning.
As a Clinical Navigator she is actively involved in community outreach and is constantly seeking creative ways to promote high quality programs and services for cancer survivors.