Coping with changes to body image

November 15, 2021

Watch time: 25 min 

Breast cancer can take a toll on how you relate and feel about your body. Sage Bolte, PhD, LCSW, CST, chief philanthropy officer and president of the Inova Health Foundation, offers insight on what factors can impact body image and provides you with practical first steps toward self-acceptance and love. 


Sage Bolte, PhD, LCSW, CST, is Chief Philanthropy Officer and President of the Inova Health Foundation in Falls Church, Virginia. She joined Inova 15 years ago as an oncology counselor and most recently served as executive director of Life with Cancer and Patient Experience for the Inova Schar Cancer Institute. She is nationally known for her work in sexual health and cancer and is a respected leader in the field of oncology social work. Read more.


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