Originally from South Florida, Dr. Cindy Collins holds degrees from the University of Florida and the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Her doctoral dissertation, Hope, Coping Style, Quality of Life, Knowledge about Cancer and Risk for Dietary Deficiency in Patients with Total Gastrectomy for Stomach Cancer, illustrates the blend of nutrition and psychological sciences that she employs.
At GenesisCare, Dr. Collins engages in both individual and group clinical intervention with cancer patients in the fields of Health Psychology and Clinical Nutrition. Support groups under her facilitation include: Breast Cancer Support Group; Prostate Cancer Support Group; Advanced Cancer Support Group; Anti-Cancer Lifestyle Workshop; Healthy Brain Workshop; and Keep It Healthy - Fit & Flourish.
In 2018, Dr. Collins presented “Keep It Healthy! Fit and Flourish – a Breast Cancer Survivorship Program” at the Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo (FNCE) in Washington, DC. Her current research investigates the role of diet, exercise and quality of life in the experience of fatigue in post-radiation treatment patients.
- University of Florida
- University of Tennessee, Knoxville