Marissa A. Cangin, Psy.D.
2007, Psy.D., Immaculata University, Immaculata, PA
2001, B.S. in Psychology, Pennsylvania State University
2008-2010, Psychosocial Oncology Fellow, Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, Winston-Salem, NC
2007-2008, Postdoctoral Fellow, Kaiser Permanente, Salem, OR
2006-2007, Predoctoral Intern, Minnesota Neurorehabilitation Services, Bainerd, MN
2016-present, Assistant Clinical Professor, Division of Psychology, Department of Supportive Care Medicine, City of Hope, Duarte, CA
2012-2015, Director, Psychosocial Oncology Services, Cornerstone Hematology/Oncology and Hayworth Cancer Center of High Point Regional-UNC Healthcare, High Point, NC
2010-2012, Clinical Psychologist - psycho-oncology specialty, Cornerstone Behavioral Medicine, High Point, NC
2005-2006, Partial Hospital Therapist, Human Services Inc., Downingtown, PA
2004-2005, Community Support Associate, Keystone Service Systems Southeast, Conshohocken, PA
1999-2001, Research Assistant, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA
2017, Best Clinical Poster Award, American Psychosocial Oncology Society Annual Conference
2007, Existential-Humanistic Theory and Application Research Award, Awarded by the Pennsylvania Psychological Association
2007, National Psychologist Trainee Register Credentialing Scholarship
1999, National Honor Society in Psychology (Psi Chi)
1999, The National Society for Collegiate Scholars
1999, Golden Key International Honor Society
American Psychosocial Oncology Society
American Psychological Association
National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology
California Psychological Association
San Gabriel Valley Psychological Association
- Cangin M. (Dec 2020). Meaning-centered psychotherapy—session one: Meaningful moments—MY DAUGHTER AND HER WILL TO LIVE. Palliative and Supportive Care, 1-1. doi:10.1017/S1478951520001303
- Reb AM, Borneman T, Economou D, Cangin MA, Cope DG, Ma H, Ruel N, Sharpe L, Patel SK, Cristea M, Koczywas M, Ferrell B. (Dec 2020). A nurse-led intervention for fear of cancer progression in advanced cancer: A pilot feasibility study. European Journal of Oncology Nursing, 49, 101855. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejon.2020.101855
- Reb A, Borneman T, Economou D, Cangin M, Patel SK, Sharpe L. (Aug 2020). Fear of Cancer Progression: Findings from case studies and a nurse-led intervention. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, 24(4), 400-408.;
- Reb A, Borneman T, Economou D, Cangin M, Ruel N, Patel S, Sharpe L. (Oct 2019). Day By Day: Support for Coping with Advanced Cancer. Poster session presented at the Society for Integrative Oncology 16th International Conference: Advancing the Science & Art of Integrative Oncology, New York, NY.
- Chang HA, Barreto N, Davtyan A, Beier E, Cangin M, Salman J, Patel S. (2019). Depression predicts longitudinal declines in social support among women with newly diagnosed breast cancer. Psycho-Oncology, 28(28), 635–642.
- Castro-Rodriguez W, Cangin M, Clark K, Razavi M, Loscalzo M. (Feb 2019). The Diversity of Distress: Ratings of “worry about the future” in Spanish versus English Speaking Cancer Patients. Abstract at 16th annual American Psychosocial Oncology Society Conference, Atlanta, GA. T59
- Buga S, Banerjee C, Salman J, Cangin M, Zachariah F, Freeman B. (2018). Supportive Care for the Head and Neck Cancer Patient. In: Maghami E., Ho A. (eds) Multidisciplinary Care of the Head and Neck Cancer Patient. Cancer Treatment and Research, vol 174. Springer, Cham.
- Schnaitmann N, Cangin M, Folbrecht J, Donner A, Uche OJ, Cabanillas C, Muro A, Barley-Trindle M, Banerjee C, Jauwena O, Salman J. Psychosocial clinical triage across the lifespan. In Psycho-Oncology 2017 Feb 1 (Vol. 26, pp. 59-59). 111 River St, Hoboken 07030-5774, NJ USA: Wiley.
- Cangin M. (Summer 2014). Negative Emotions are Healthy. Article published in the Oncology Support Newsletter of the Hayworth Cancer Center.
- Cangin M. (March/April 2013). Strength in Vulnerability. Article published in Hayworth Cancer Center Newsletter, High Point, NC.
- Cangin M, Kline E. (February 2013). The Oncology CARE Team at Hayworth Cancer Center. Guilford County Women’s Journal. Collaborative article on the psychosocial oncology team at Hayworth Cancer Center, High Point Regional Health System, High Point, NC.
- Cangin M, Holland P. (February 2013). Lost my Hair – Gained Love & Support. High Point Regional Oncology Support Newsletter Jan/Feb 2013 edition. Article and patient story of collaborative care.
- McQuellon R, Campbell C, Cangin M, Horn G, Duckworth K. (2009). Integrating Psychosocial Care and Research in a Comprehensive Cancer Center [abstract]. Psycho-oncology, 18 (Suppl 1): S42.