Michelle Bronzo, MA, LPC, CT

Oncology Clinical Therapist

Michelle joined the Life with Cancer staff as an oncology therapist in 2017, after working as a hospice bereavement counselor for the five years prior. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) specializing in grief & loss and has a Certification in Thanatology (CT) from the Association for Death Education and Counseling. Michelle earned a master’s degree in mental health counseling from New York University and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Georgetown University.

In her current position, Michelle provides individual and group counseling for cancer patients and their families, helping them adjust to the wide impact a cancer diagnosis can have on the whole family system. She supports children and adolescents in the pediatric oncology program and adults in the adult oncology program. At this time, she co-facilitates the following groups: Colorectal Cancer Support Group, Curious About Cancer (6 – 12 y.o.), Touchstone Grief Group (6 – 12 y.o.), and the Planning Ahead series. Areas of interest include grief/ bereavement, care for the caregiver, post-traumatic growth (PTG)/ personal resiliency, and the process of creating “continuing bonds.”