Serious Medical Illnesses

Being diagnosed with a serious or chronic medical condition like cancer, heart disease or diabetes is very stressful. We worry about work, finances, our family and our future. Many times we can improve our prognosis if we are are able to make positive lifestyle changes like changing our diet, exercising more or quitting smoking which are not always easy changes to make in the best of times, much less while we are coping with a serious illness. Even if we have very supportive family and friends, we may be reluctant to turn to them for support as we share our fears about our health challenges. Specializing in health psychology, Dana Nolan, has over 15 years experience working with patients and caregivers as they cope with health issues. If you live in the north Orlando area, contact Dana at Healthy Living Counseling for more information about counseling.

Finding the right counselor is important, therapeutic relationships are built on trust, honesty and mutual respect between the therapist and the client. It is important to find a counselor with whom you feel comfortable sharing your thoughts and feelings AND who has the necessary expertise to help you reach your goals. For that reason, we offer a free brief phone consultation to ensure that we are the right fit for you. If you would like to speak with a counselor who provides counseling specific to serious medical illnesses or some other issue(s), please don’t hesitate to contact Dana Nolan at 407-340-2474.


2nd Office Location
is located at:


214 East Washington Street, Suite A, Minneola, Fl. 34715


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Dana is very friendly and the most understanding counselor I have met. She doesn’t scold you harshly about your flaws, is easy to talk to, and really LISTENS! I have been to some in the past, who didn’t really listen to me or understand how I feel. Since I have been seeing Dana, that has all changed. She doesn’t always have answers, but encourages me to think more critically about how I am feeling and helps me to understand myself Continue Reading

March 5, 2016

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