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Feel less overwhelmed, more supported, and
clearer about how to help your loved one.
If someone you love has a complex or serious illness you may feel unsure of how best to help them, and exhausted from trying to figure it out.
You may be facing scary conversations and challenging family members.
You may wonder if you can, or should, keep focusing only on your loved one and ignoring your own wellbeing.
It doesn't have to be like this. You can develop the confidence to know exactly how to help your loved one, get clarity about your next steps, and find a curated community of people to help you during this tough time. You can be rested, calm, and present. You deserve this.
Join the waiting list for the next Conscious Coping Program to get started.
KS, physician and family caregiver
If you are caring for, or care about, someone who is ill you are probably exhausted. There are details, and chores, and strong personalities to deal with. You may feel afraid, sad, and powerless to make things better for your loved one or yourself.
Maybe your own wellbeing is suffering. Maybe you secretly wonder if you can take care of your loved one well and also take care of yourself.
As an integrative palliative care doctor I've seen how hard it can be, and I've lived it myself, when one of my daughters got seriously hurt. Illness and injury impacts the whole family.
You deserve to feel more stable, more in control, and more hopeful. You can create a plan that helps everyone in the family feel better - including you.
With the Conscious Coping Program you won't need to do this alone.
Learn about the medical system from a physician with an insider view.
Create support plans, practice courageous conversations, explore relaxation tools, and more.
Meet regularly online, join the private Facebook group, engage often with peers who get it, and learn directly from Dr. Chiaramonte.
When your patient is crying, do you know how best to help?
Do you have tools, other than medications, in your pain management toolbox?
If your patient's anxiety is reducing their quality of life, do you have non-medication approaches to help them?
If your patient (or your parent) asks, "Am I dying?" do you know just what to say?
Physicians, clinicians, and others interested in serious illness care will enjoy The Integrative Palliative Podcast.
Dr. C is Board Certified in Family Medicine and Palliative Medicine, and certified by The American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine. She helps families facing serious illness go from feeling stressed, isolated and out of control to feeling calm, connected, and in control.
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"(Dr. Chiaramonte) speaks and listens in such an authentic way; with clarity, curiosity and no judgement...(working with her) is fun but also deep and meaningful - I highly recommend working with her."
"With Dr. Chiaramonte's caring, insightful and empathic guidance, I was able to learn tools to help me navigate the challenges of supporting my aging parents. I was literally feeling confused and overwhelmed by the ups and downs of helping my Mom after she broke her leg and ended up needing a pacemaker after going into cardiac arrest. The tools I learned...helped me find calm and enabled my to shift my perspective so I could actually be effective in solving problems with my brother and parents. I HIGHLY recommend this program with Dr. Chiaramonte walking along with you every step of the way."
"I was recently diagnosed with a chronic lung disease and had been feeling pretty overwhelmed with all that I needed to do to take care of myself and prevent future infections. With this program led by Dr. Chiaramonte, I was able to quiet my anxieties and put together a plan to perform my airway clearance treatments and exercise regularly. I felt supported and safe to share my experiences, and Dr. C’s insights, ideas and examples made this comprehensive program extremely relatable and manageable...I am now able to take care of myself, fit my treatment program into my busy life, and stay motivated with my healthcare program. Thank you Dr. Chiaramonte!"
"Dr. Chiaramonte is a natural empath, as such, was a great teacher and kind leader for our group. She was able to help us open up and access significant self-discoveries, share openly with the group and help each other. I would recommend this program highly and especially Dr. Chiaramonte as a dynamic leader!"
"Dr. Delia Chiaramonte is the most caring, experienced, and knowledgeable integrative and palliative medicine provider that I have been fortunate enough to work beside. Not only does she have an amazing impact on her patients, but she is one of the top educators in her field. I can honestly say that she has shaped my career in medicine, and I am so grateful to consider her a mentor."
"(Dr. Chiaramonte) is an engaging leader and teacher, always stimulating lively discussions and leading the group to think outside the box... the course help to inspire me to open my own integrative medicine practice! (Dr. Chiaramonte) masterfully transfers her passion for medicine to her students.”
"Dr. Chiaramonte is a gifted teacher. She engages learners through masterful storytelling to help illustrate concepts. She delivers the light bulb moment and a gem in her sessions consistently. Dr. Chiaramonte makes learning fun!"
The next Conscious Coping Program will be starting soon.
If you have a loved one with a serious illness and you want to go from overwhelmed and exhausted to clear and calm,
click below to get on the waiting list.
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