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Wellness & Emotional Support Services

Nicki's Circle Support Groups

If you have received a diagnosis of gynecologic cancer and would like to meet others with that diagnosis, please feel free to join one or more Nicki's Circle Gynecologic Wellness and Emotional Support Groups.


We offer a variety of weekly and monthly groups via Zoom and one in-person group.


All groups are free of charge and facilitated by licensed professional counselors. Nicki's Circle Groups have served hundreds of survivors in Colorado since 2005. All are welcome!

Check out our CALENDAR below for upcoming meetings.

First Time Registration

Prior to attending your first group, please fill out the First Time Registration form by clicking on the button marked "New to Nicki's Circle" button. 


Our CGCA Support Services Team will contact you to go over info about the group and to answer any questions or concerns you may have.


Or, you can contact us directly at: 


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Are you under 40 years of age?

Join our Young Survivor Support Group!
CGCA partners with the Young Survivors Group: GET + TOGETHER, that meets the first Thursday evening of the month at a local restaurant. (A young survivor is someone under 40 years of age.) We can add you to the email list for monthly reminders. To learn more, contact:

Melissa Gilstrap

AdventHealth Parker

Rocky Mountain - Genetic Counselor Lead

office 303-269-4348 or cell 303-521-2650

Individual Support 

We are available to talk by phone with you about the emotional challenges of being diagnosed with gynecologic cancer, of going through treatment and adjusting to life after treatment. Contact us to set up a time to connect or fill out our Consent to Contact form and we will follow up with you. Our Individual Support Program (ISP) staff are master’s level counselors with mental health training. The program offers four complementary appointments by phone or video conferencing, designed to assist you through the difficult experiences that are commonly associate with a cancer diagnosis and treatment. The focus of these sessions can vary and will be based on your need for support with gynecologic cancer. Topics can include but are not limited to test anxiety, illness-based sadness and grief, fear of reoccurrence, intimacy issues, treatment issues, resources, relationships, and communication.

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Please note: This service is not meant to be a replacement for mental health psychotherapy. If more professional support is needed, we can provide a resource list to help you connect with local therapists and national support programs that have expertise with individuals who have serious health conditions. Affordable counseling options and scholarships may be available. 


The purpose of this program is to provide emotional assistance in the face of the stress and distress you may be experiencing related to your cancer diagnosis and treatment.

To get started, contact our CGCA Support Services Team to arrange a meeting time or ask questions. We look forward to connecting with you.


To make an appointment, contact our Support Services Team:


Early Stage Peer Support

The Early-Stage peer support group is for those who have been diagnosed with stage I or II gynecologic cancer and are seeking support and connection with others living with experiences unique to this phase of survivorship.

This group meets virtually (via Zoom) on the first and third Wednesday of every month at 4 pm.

To learn more, contact our CGCA Support Services Team.


Recently Diagnosed Education Series

The Recently Diagnosed Education Series provides survivors and co-survivors (caregivers) information needed to effectively navigate the early months of a diagnosis and treatment, including the initial adjustment, clinical guidance about managing treatment and side effects, coping strategies, and practical resources.  Each class is instructive and interactive.

To learn more, contact our CGCA Support Services Team.


Survivor Educational Programs

Navigating Life's Final Chapters: Facing Mortality while living with Advanced Cancer

Presented July 9, 2024

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