Check for any local PCa (or any Cancer) support group meetups. I've been to several in the UK now (trying them out, didn't think they would be my thing at all, but was 100% wrong). All of them have connections with local counselling - that's the most commonly used service.
They will likely also have contacts for things like mindfulness as Bri mentioned, massage specifically for cancer patients, acupuncture, aromatherapy, and other relaxation therapies for cancer patients.
There may be something similar in France, although I've no idea how your French is. Even if it's not good enough to follow their regular sessions, you can probably manage to get the information on the services above from them.
For telephone service, I guess the PCUK nurses may be able to help directly (again, most of their calls relate to emotional issues), and if not, they are very likely to know where you can go for help at least for UK contacts, and maybe you can find one that will work over the phone or skype.
Maybe those of you with counsellers might ask them if they would do skype sessions for an Englishman abroad?
Wishing you all the best Bazza,
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