Program Guide

Support Groups

Weekly support group for people with any kind of cancer. Facilitated by:
Brittani Davis, MA, LPCC-S, LICDC on Mondays & Andrea Sonnie, LISW-S, OSW-C on Tuesdays

Support Groups

Support group for caregivers, family members and friends of those diagnosed with cancer. Facilitated by: Susan Marinac, MSSA, LISW-S on Mondays & Sydney Beeman, MA, NCC, LPC on Tuesdays

Support Groups

Individuals who are coping with a cancer diagnosis come together for mutual support and an opportunity to discuss issues important to older adults. Facilitator: Brittani Davis, MA, LPCC-S, LICDC

Cancer Specific Support Groups
December 15th at 6:30 pm

Monthly support group for women diagnosed with gynecological cancers (non-ovarian). This support group provides a safe space for women to talk about their diagnosis and treatment of gynecologic cancers, side effects, late effects and related thoughts and emotions. Each person's cancer story is different. It can be healing to learn from others, to ask questions and to share ways they have coped. Facilitator: Andrea Sonnie, LISW-S, OSW-C

Support Groups

For young adults who have or have had cancer. Programs provide an opportunity to connect with other young adults on the cancer journey. Facilitator: Sydney Beeman, MA, NCC, LPC

Topics:

Jan 26: Fighting Fatigue with Fitness

Feb 23: Self-Care as a Guilty Pleasure

Mar 23: Spring Renewal

Young Adults
December 15th at 6:00 pm

Program for young adults in their 20s, 30s and 40s surviving cancer. Opportunities provided for social networking and creative outlets to assist with coping. This month, join us for a Holiday Movie Night.

Cancer Specific Support Groups

Support group for women with breast cancer in their 20s, 30s & 40s.

Art, Music & Meditation
December 20th at 6:30 pm

Learn and practice basic meditation techniques to manage stress in the comfort of your own home during these virtual sessions. Facilitator: Eileen Coan, MA, MLS

Information & Education
December 14th at 3:00 pm

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, African Americans have the highest mortality rate of any racial and ethnic group for all cancers combined. Learn how to talk about, normalize, and take your power back from the ā€œCā€ word to best navigate the healthcare systems for yourself and/or loved ones. Resources provided. Facilitator: Sydney Beeman, MA, NCC, LPC

Children, Teen & Family

Workshop for children and teens who have an adult family member with cancer. Utilizing art, play and discussion, children, teens and their parents interact with families in similar situations.

Topics:

Jan 9: Moving Forward with Intention

Feb 13: Making Connections

Mar 13: March Madness: Dealing with Anger