Cancer Care Centre: Remission? What now?
April 28 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Hi and welcome,
This workshop is being run in conjunction with the Cancer Care Centre for those in remission after cancer.
Remission comes with its own unexpected challenges – sometimes too difficult to explain.
If you’re looking to connect and gather support with how to navigate this next phase, this workshop is for you.
Tricia faced bowel cancer in 2006. In 2011 her husband was diagnosed with Stage 4 Mantle Cell Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma. She knows what it feels like when treatment ends and ‘remission’ begins; moving from a support team to ‘you’re on your own’ can leave you feeling vulnerable.
Tricia is a Life Coach and has also worked with people facing a cancer diagnosis and notices similar talk around the challenges that present after treatment.
She is currently the director of Real Time Enhancements which focuses on developing wellbeing for life.
She uses approaches and engages topics and strategies that foster mental and physical wellbeing for the broader community, workplaces and organisations, business and industries.
Throughout this Cancer Care workshop, as well as having opportunities to discuss, share and support, you’ll be introduced to a simple effective approach (Vision Web™) that serves to move you through discomforts, to what is more helpful personally.
During this complex time after a cancer experience, having some tools to support in this way, can help alleviate the anxiety.
You’ll receive a copy of the Vision Web™ Tool. The process can be used over and again to find your way clear when faced with other discomforts.
Contact The Cancer Care Centre to book for this workshop.
From the Real Time Enhancements Team