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Fall 2017 Series on Surviving Cancer
September 14, 2017 - November 16, 2017| Free
SERIES ON SURVIVING CANCER
I finished treatment. Now what?
When cancer treatment ends, a new chapter of life begins. Our eight-week survivorship series is now 10 weeks! During the series, we will provide the information and support you need to manage the challenges that arise after cancer treatment.
The series kicks off with light dinner and guest speaker.
The following 8 Thursday evening sessions will feature a variety of topics including:
Understanding how relationships are impacted while on the cancer journey
Learning how to eat and exercise to help stay healthy and reduce risk of recurrence
Managing anxiety about cancer returning, sadness, depression and other emotions
Exploring mindfulness, meditation, spirituality and other forms of self-care and healing
Discussing cognitive and behavioral strategies to increase well-being and resiliency
Learning about integrative care and alternative healing methods, such as naturopathy, acupuncture, massage and other complementary approaches and how they can improve your cancer journey
During the final, 10th session we will celebrate the completion of the Series on Surviving Cancer with a light dinner.
Series facilitators and presenters
Susan Isaacs, LCSW, and Sarah Jane Petersen, LCSW, both of Cascade Health Solutions will facilitate each session. Presenters will be experts on the topics and will include Willamette Valley Cancer Institute physicians and staff, as well as other professionals from the community. Click here for a sample list of topics and presenters.
Still in treatment?
Sign up for an upcoming series or contact us for more information.
Winter 2018 – January 4 – March 8
Spring 2018 – April 5 – June 7
What: A ten-week series for cancer survivors that explores issues arising after treatment ends
When: September 14 – November 16th
Day/Time: Thursdays, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m
To accommodate dinner, the first and last class will be 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Contact Amy Johnston