Psychological follow-up is an integral part of the overall care of people affected by cancer. Its psychological consequences can affect self-esteem, relationships with others and quality of life. Psychological support can be beneficial for patients as well as for their family and caregivers. The psychologist is there to help patients manage their emotions and the stress induced by the announcement of the cancer, to better understand the physical and psychological effects of the disease, and to find ways to support the relatives. Psychological follow-up is open to all those who feel the need.