Dr Ritu Trivedi-Purohit Founder and CEO of Thriveosity

Thriveosity with Ritu Trivedi-Purohit, PsyD

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“How do we support somebody that we care about? What do we say? How do we do it?” Dr. Ritu said in reference to how we act when a loved one is diagnosed with a medical condition. “People do one of two things. People do too much and almost overwhelm the individual or they do nothing.”

On this episode we talk to Ritu Trivedi-Purohit, PsyD about the challenges a cancer diagnosis presents in addition to the actual medical condition. This includes maintaining and supporting personal relationships, gaps in care, the five areas of support and how to Thrive On!

About Ritu Trivedi-Purohit, PsyD

Thriveosity was founded by Dr. Ritu Trivedi-Purohit, a Clinical Psychologist driven to improve quality of life for her cancer patients and their caregivers. Early in her career at Loyola University’s Cardinal Bernardin Cancer Center, her work ignited the inspiration for the initial concept for Thriveosity. Dr. Ritu’s resilient and determined patients helped her learn valuable life lessons about courage and purposeful living.

About Thriveosity

Thriveosity creates expertly curated monthly care packages, specifically designed with the unique needs Thrivosity care packages for cancer patientsof your loved one in mind. Every care package features high-quality products to support the whole person during their journey through cancer. Thriveosity helps to soothe the disruption and ease the distress of a cancer diagnosis– and gives patients and their caregivers the tools they need to soar. With the monthly care boxes that thriveosity lovingly puts together to support the healing process, survivors and caregivers journey the path to becoming thrivers – and not just survivors.

Episode Detail

  • About Ritu Trivedi-Purohit, PsyD
  • What are “Thrivers”
  • Identifying Gaps of Care
  • Five Areas Where Patients Need Most Support
  • About Thriveosity
  • How Thriveosity Addresses the 5 Areas of Support
  • Closing Thoughts

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