Our Mental Health Support

At New England Cancer Specialists it’s our mission to address the whole person—and mental health is an integral part of everyone’s cancer journey. The role of our social workers is to help patients and their caregivers deal with the highly emotional experience of facing cancer. 

Why meet with our clinical social workers?

If you are interested in seeing a Social Worker at New England Cancer Specialists, please be sure you are familiar with your benefits plan (CPT code 90791) and speak to your care team, today!

Edie White LCSW

About Edie White LCSW


  • University of Denver, Masters in Social Work
  • University of Southern Maine, Bachelor of Arts in Social Work

Prior to coming to New England Cancer Specialists, Edie worked in hospice for 15 years. Before that, she worked with adolescent boys in a residential setting, with treatment-level foster families, and at a day shelter for people experiencing homelessness and low-income. 

Edie was raised in upstate New York, and moved here to be closer to extended family in Maine and the North Shore of Boston. She found her way to social work through other life experiences and found it to be a true fit for her. 

Edie is very curious about people, and how they experience the world, which in turn shapes how they function in life. Her core belief is that we all get to live our lives as we wish, and that there is no “right way” to do this life—just the right way for each individual. She takes the time to get to know the people she works with, so she can help empower them to be their best version of themselves.

Jennifer Dimond LCSW

About Jennifer Dimond LCSW


  • University of Southern Maine, Masters in Social Work
  • Wells College, Bachelor of Arts in History

Jennifer comes to New England Cancer Specialists following several years as a hospice/palliative care social worker. Previously, she worked in the marketing/communications field for 20 years but feels that social work is her true calling.

Jen grew up in Topsham and has lived in Maine most of her life. She loves getting to know people from all walks of life and hearing their stories. She is a strong believer in each person’s right to live life on their own terms and is committed to helping people find their voice and feel empowered to make their wishes known.

Jen is happy to meet with your primary caregiver, either with you or individually, to support them as they support you.

Jennie Moskowitz LCSW

About Jennie Moskowitz LCSW


  • University of Southern Maine, Bachelor of Arts Social Work
  • University of New England, Master of Social Work

Jennie joined New England Cancer Specialists because of her passion for medical social work, specifically in support of oncology patients. Her experience includes social work roles in public school and hospital settings, as well as experience in outpatient therapy and nearly nine years of hospice, palliative and bereavement care.

Jennie grew up in Maine and worked clinically in a few other states before returning. 

She values how others perceive themselves and the world around them. Jennie is aware the impact of health circumstances have on relationships with others, values and life changes, as well as adapting to one's current environment. She focuses on the strengths within the individual to move through challenges and refocusing strengths that change over time. Jennie values a healthy support system that allows each individual to grow. She has a particular interest in working to support others who want to create better balance, manage loss, achieve better rest, improved communication in relationships, establishing boundaries and building their self-esteem. 

Jennie finds comfort in the ocean and in chasing the seasons outdoors.

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