Sep
11
10:00 AM10:00

LIVE YOUR LIFE AFTER CANCER (PORTSMOUTH)

This free workshop welcomes men and women who have completed (any type of) cancer treatment and are looking for ways to support themselves in their recovery and to regain confidence. 
This workshop has been developed by by 2 CCC coaches Dr Jo Lee and Isabel van der Ven, both cancer survivors.  It will be inspiring, motivating and fun.

This workshop will give you the opportunity to:

  • Meet other people with similar experiences,
  • Explore the impact of cancer on your life, and use this as a starting point to (re)balance your life,
  • (Re)connect to your personal values as ‘inner compass’ in moving forward,
  • Explore what’s stopping you and develop your best strategy to manage this,
  • Learn how to become and stay motivated,
  • Develop practical skills for living well in the moment,
  • Create your personal plan to move forward by setting realistic, achievable goals and action planning.

Participants will leave this workshop with increased awareness, a more positive mindset and practical tools that will lead to an upward spiral of improved confidence & resilience, social support, more control and improved well-being. 

Maximum of 20 maximum with 2 facilitators. 
Location: Macmillan Information & Support Centre, Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth

                      Tuesday 11 September, 10am – 3pm

To register:  macmillancentre@porthosp.nhs.uk  or call   02392 283323
For questions about the workshop:  info@lylac.net  or call  07901 735207

 

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Jun
14
6:00 PM18:00

 Cancer Support Talk

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 Cancer Support Talk: 14 June, 6.00-7.30 pm, £10 pp

A clinic service fundraiser to help those on low income and out of work through illness to be supported

Well Natural, Queen Street, Salisbury, SP1 1EY

Book in-store, or call 01722335965, or visit wellnatural.co.uk

Cancer Research UK forecast that almost one in two of us will get cancer in our lifetime.  As medical treatment improves, more of us will survive cancer for longer. World Health Heroes (Salisbury) have coaches and therapists who provide support to cancer patients, survivors and their loved ones.

Cancer Coach Ross Nichols.  Cancer coaching is a holistic blend of coaching methodology and support, enabling individuals to deal successfully with the impact of cancer on their lives and to move forward from it in the way that is right for them.  Cancer coaching can help with your attitude to your cancer, which is key to your wellbeing.  The mental dimension of cancer is as important as the physical.  You can choose to embrace the opportunity to re-prioritise your life and live more joyfully. 
More information about Cancer Coaching:  www.cancercoachingcommunity.com

 

 

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May
16
10:00 AM10:00

LIVE YOUR LIFE AFTER CANCER (PORTSMOUTH)

This free workshop welcomes men and women who have completed (any type of) cancer treatment and are looking for ways to support themselves in their recovery and to regain confidence. 
This workshop has been developed by by 2 CCC coaches Dr Jo Lee and Isabel van der Ven, both cancer survivors.  It will be inspiring, motivating and fun.

This workshop will give you the opportunity to:

  • Meet other people with similar experiences,
  • Explore the impact of cancer on your life, and use this as a starting point to (re)balance your life,
  • (Re)connect to your personal values as ‘inner compass’ in moving forward,
  • Explore what’s stopping you and develop your best strategy to manage this,
  • Learn how to become and stay motivated,
  • Develop practical skills for living well in the moment,
  • Create your personal plan to move forward by setting realistic, achievable goals and action planning.

Participants will leave this workshop with increased awareness, a more positive mindset and practical tools that will lead to an upward spiral of improved confidence & resilience, social support, more control and improved well-being. 

Maximum of 20 maximum with 2 facilitators. 
Location: Macmillan Information & Support Centre, Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth

                      Wednesday 16 May 10am – 3pm

To register:  macmillancentre@porthosp.nhs.uk  or call   02392 283323
For questions about the workshop:  info@lylac.net  or call  07901 735207

 

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May
11
10:00 AM10:00

CANCER COACHING TALK AND 1:1 SESSIONS (Salisbury)

This 1 hour talk on cancer coaching explains why the need for cancer coaching continues to grow and what cancer coaching is.  It also covers how cancer coaching is provided and the benefits of cancer coaching.

Ross Nichols explains how cancer coaching can help with your attitude to your cancer, which is key to your wellbeing. The mental dimension of cancer is as important as the physical. We can choose to embrace the opportunity to re-prioritise our life and live more joyfully. The paradox here is that some people are happier with cancer than they were before they had cancer.  This talk and 30 minute 1:1 sessions are free events at Salisbury International Coaching Week 08-11 May: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/salisbury-international-coaching-week-08-11-may-2018-tickets-44153149258

 

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May
5
1:00 PM13:00

CANCER COACHING TALK & WELLNESS WORKSHOPS (salisbury)

This 30 minute talk on cancer coaching explains why the need for cancer coaching continues to grow and what cancer coaching is.  It also covers how cancer coaching is provided and the benefits of cancer coaching.

Ross Nichols explains how cancer coaching can help with your attitude to your cancer, which is key to your wellbeing. The mental dimension of cancer is as important as the physical. We can choose to embrace the opportunity to re-prioritise our life and live more joyfully. The paradox here is that some people are happier with cancer than they were before they had cancer.  This talk is part of the World Health Heroes fundraising day in Salisbury for which there is a charge of £3.50: https://www.worldhealthheroesuk.com/event/springretreatday/

Ross is also hosting 30 minute Wellness Workshops at this event.  In this workshop you will be guided through a self-assessment of your health and wellness using the integrated wellness model and shown how to use the model to improve your health and wellness.  These workshops are part of the World Health Heroes fundraising day for which there is a charge of £3.50 per workshop: https://www.worldhealthheroesuk.com/event/springretreatday/

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Feb
9
10:00 AM10:00

LIVE YOUR LIFE AFTER CANCER (PORTSMOUTH)

This free workshop welcomes men and women who have completed (any type of) cancer treatment and are looking for ways to support themselves in their recovery and to regain confidence. 
This workshop has been developed by by 2 CCC coaches Dr Jo Lee and Isabel van der Ven, both cancer survivors.  It will be inspiring, motivating and fun.

This workshop will give you the opportunity to:

  • Meet other people with similar experiences,
  • Explore the impact of cancer on your life, and use this as a starting point to (re)balance your life,
  • (Re)connect to your personal values as ‘inner compass’ in moving forward,
  • Explore what’s stopping you and develop your best strategy to manage this,
  • Learn how to become and stay motivated,
  • Develop practical skills for living well in the moment,
  • Create your personal plan to move forward by setting realistic, achievable goals and action planning.

Participants will leave this workshop with increased awareness, a more positive mindset and practical tools that will lead to an upward spiral of improved confidence & resilience, social support, more control and improved well-being. 

Maximum of 20 maximum with 2 facilitators. 
Location: Macmillan Information & Support Centre, Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth

                      Friday 9 February, 10am – 3pm

To register:  macmillancentre@porthosp.nhs.uk  or call   02392 283323
For questions about the workshop:  info@lylac.net  or call  07901 735207

 

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Feb
1
7:00 PM19:00

Cancer and Infertility webinar

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Emily is an Ex NHS health psychology specialist and coach. She supports people to move forward from cancer and lead gentle lives. A cancer survivor with her own infertility story she brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in understanding the complexities of these two life traumas.

This webinar Coping with both cancer and fertility. It will be an opportunity to discuss managing emotions – anger, guilt, jealousy and overwhelm – and to look at strategies to move forward with compassion, calm and focus.

Find out more about Emily at www.coachingemily.com

If you would like to register to be part of the Cancer and Infertility Webinar please email Cat@fertilitynetworkuk.org stating the webinar title in the subject.

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Feb
1
6:00 PM18:00

Cancer Coaching Seminar

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As we live longer, and as medical treatment improves, more of us will get cancer and more of us will survive cancer for longer.  The number of people who live under the shadow of cancer is therefore growing and will continue to grow. 

Cancer coaching is a holistic blend of coaching methodology and support, enabling individuals to deal successfully with the impact of cancer on their lives and to move forward from it in the way that is right for them.

Cancer coaching is a new field.  I’m one of the founder members of the Cancer Coaching Community, which formed in UK in 2017.  The Cancer Coaching Community’s vision is to be the UK organisation that champions coaching for people affected by cancer, to support them to move forward from their cancer experience.

Cancer coaching can help with your attitude to your cancer, which is key to your wellbeing.  The mental dimension of cancer is as important as the physical.  We can choose to embrace the opportunity to re-prioritise our life and live more joyfully.  The paradox here is that some people are happier with cancer than they were before they had cancer.

Place: Well Natural, Queen Street, Salisbury, SP1 1EY

Time: 6pm to 7pm

Date: Thursday 01 February 2018

FREE – please book your space in-store, or call 01722335965, or by visiting wellnatural.co.uk.

For more information about this talk, please contact the speaker Ross Nichols.

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Jan
17
6:00 PM18:00

How to be kinder to yourself after cancer workshop

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A live workshop hosted by Emily Hodge within the Moving Forward from Cancer Community group (you'll need to request to join if not already a member). 

We can be pretty negative towards ourselves after cancer - 'did I cause this', 'I'm not a good enough survivor' and 'I've got to get on with things now' being quite common phrases I hear.

Let's have a chat about where this is coming from and how we might help ourselves bring kindness and compassion to this critical voice. 

Look forward to seeing you Live on the day. If you can't make it the video stays up on the group feed to watch later.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/MovingForwardfromCancer

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Sep
12
10:00 AM10:00

LIVE YOUR LIFE AFTER CANCER (PORTSMOUTH)

This free workshop welcomes men and women who have completed (any type of) cancer treatment and are looking for ways to support themselves in their recovery and to regain confidence. 
This workshop has been developed by by 2 CCC coaches Dr Jo Lee and Isabel van der Ven, both cancer survivors.  It will be inspiring, motivating and fun.

This workshop will give you the opportunity to:

  • Meet other people with similar experiences,
  • Explore the impact of cancer on your life, and use this as a starting point to (re)balance your life,
  • (Re)connect to your personal values as ‘inner compass’ in moving forward,
  • Explore what’s stopping you and develop your best strategy to manage this,
  • Learn how to become and stay motivated,
  • Develop practical skills for living well in the moment,
  • Create your personal plan to move forward by setting realistic, achievable goals and action planning.

Participants will leave this workshop with increased awareness, a more positive mindset and practical tools that will lead to an upward spiral of improved confidence & resilience, social support, more control and improved well-being. 

Maximum of 20 maximum with 2 facilitators. 
Location: Macmillan Information & Support Centre, Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth

                      Wednesday 12 September 10am – 4pm

To register:  macmillancentre@porthosp.nhs.uk  or call   02392 283323
For questions about the workshop:  info@lylac.net  or call  07901 735207

 

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Sep
6
10:00 AM10:00

LIVE YOUR LIFE AFTER CANCER (eastleigh)

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This workshop @ Fleming Park Leisure Centre welcomes men and women who have completed (any type of) cancer treatment and are looking for ways to support themselves in their recovery and to regain confidence.  
The workshop has been developed by 2 CCC coaches Dr Jo Lee and Isabel van der Ven, both cancer survivors.  It will be inspiring, motivating and fun.

This workshop will give you the opportunity to:

  • Meet other people with similar experiences,
  • Explore the impact of cancer on your life, and use this as a starting point to (re)balance your life,
  • (Re)connect to your personal values as ‘inner compass’ in moving forward,
  • Explore what’s stopping you and develop your best strategy to manage this,
  • Learn how to become and stay motivated,
  • Develop practical skills for living well in the moment,
  • Create your personal plan to move forward by setting realistic, achievable goals and action planning.

Participants will leave this workshop with increased awareness, a more positive mindset and practical tools that will lead to an upward spiral of improved confidence & resilience, social support, more control and improved well-being. 

Price: £60 for the day
Number of participants: max 20 maximum with 2 facilitators. 
Location: Passfield Ave, Eastleigh, SO50 9NL

                      Wednesday 6 September, 10am – 3pm

To register:  info@lylac.net  or call  07901 735207

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Jul
5
10:00 AM10:00

LIVE YOUR LIFE AFTER CANCER (Bridport)

This free workshop welcomes men and women who have completed (any type of) cancer treatment and are looking for ways to support themselves in their recovery and to regain confidence. 
This workshop has been developed by by 2 CCC coaches Dr Jo Lee and Isabel van der Ven, both cancer survivors.  It will be inspiring, motivating and fun.

This workshop will give you the opportunity to:

  • Meet other people with similar experiences,
  • Explore the impact of cancer on your life, and use this as a starting point to (re)balance your life,
  • (Re)connect to your personal values as ‘inner compass’ in moving forward,
  • Explore what’s stopping you and develop your best strategy to manage this,
  • Learn how to become and stay motivated,
  • Develop practical skills for living well in the moment,
  • Create your personal plan to move forward by setting realistic, achievable goals and action planning.

Participants will leave this workshop with increased awareness, a more positive mindset and practical tools that will lead to an upward spiral of improved confidence & resilience, social support, more control and improved well-being. 

Maximum of 20 maximum with 2 facilitators. 
Location: 
Watercleaves, Dottery, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 5HW

                      Wednesday 5 July, 10am – 3pm

To register: jo@jovian.co.uk   or call   01308 427851
For questions about the workshop:  info@lylac.net  or call  07901 735207

 

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Jun
28
7:30 PM19:30

How to meditate after cancer

You've probably been told to try meditation...

You might not fancy it but are intrigued about how it works, and indeed how it might work for you?
Or perhaps you have a practice of some sort and want to know how it can benefit you after cancer?

Join Emily Hodge of www.coachingemily.com and Natasha Brittan of www.natashabrittan.com on this live session to find out why meditation is getting so much attention and how you can make it work for you in your life after cancer.

You can register for this free webinar here

Contact: emily@coachingemily.com

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Jun
22
9:00 AM09:00

How to lead a gentle life

A lot of the time we feel under to be doing, to be busy, to be achieving – something, anything, lots.

Whilst having purpose, focus and goals in our lives are important, it’s important we don’t strive for them at the expense of our health and wellbeing, our sanity and our time. 

What if we could lead a life that felt aligned to what we want but was also kinder and more gentle in our pace to get there? What if we could learn techniques and be held accountable to carrying them out to lead a more gentle life overall?

In this facebook live, Emily Hodge will be introducing the elements of leading a gentle life and how you might get there. 

Available to members of the moving forward facebook group – request to join here 

Live feed for members of the group

Contact: emily@coachingemily.com or 

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Jun
20
10:00 AM10:00

LIVE YOUR LIFE AFTER CANCER (Eastleigh)

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This workshop @ Fleming Park Leisure Centre welcomes men and women who have completed (any type of) cancer treatment and are looking for ways to support themselves in their recovery and to regain confidence.  
The workshop has been developed by 2 CCC coaches Dr Jo Lee and Isabel van der Ven, both cancer survivors.  It will be inspiring, motivating and fun.

This workshop will give you the opportunity to:

  • Meet other people with similar experiences,
  • Explore the impact of cancer on your life, and use this as a starting point to (re)balance your life,
  • (Re)connect to your personal values as ‘inner compass’ in moving forward,
  • Explore what’s stopping you and develop your best strategy to manage this,
  • Learn how to become and stay motivated,
  • Develop practical skills for living well in the moment,
  • Create your personal plan to move forward by setting realistic, achievable goals and action planning.

Participants will leave this workshop with increased awareness, a more positive mindset and practical tools that will lead to an upward spiral of improved confidence & resilience, social support, more control and improved well-being. 

Price: £60 for the day
Number of participants: max 20 maximum with 2 facilitators. 
Location: Passfield Ave, Eastleigh, SO50 9NL

                      Tuesday 20 June, 10am – 3pm

To register:  info@lylac.net  or call  07901 735207

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Jun
15
9:00 AM09:00

How to talk about life after cancer

What do you say to friends and family when you don't know what to say yourself?

How do you mention the experience to strangers or new people in your life?

In this Facebook live video, Emily Hodge will cover some of the ways we struggle to do this and how we can communicate what's right for us.

Available to members of the moving forward facebook group – request to join here 
Live feed for members of the group.

Contact: emily@coachingemily.com

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Jun
7
9:30 AM09:30

WORKING AFTER CANCER Workshop

This workshop will Improve participants' knowledge and understanding of:

  • the issues and challenges they will face in returning to work;
  • your legal rights and basic benefits;
  • when and how to hold important conversations; 
  • how to find your next job;
  • useful resources for further help and support.


This workshop is open to anyone with any form of cancer and is run by Lymphoma Association, Working With Cancer and Shine Cancer Support.

Location: The Studio Manchester, 51 Lever Street, Manchester, M1 1FN

For more information and to register contact: Rachel Blackford, 01296619434 or email r.blackford@lymphomas.org.uk

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Jun
6
10:00 AM10:00

LIVE YOUR LIFE AFTER CANCER (London)

This workshop welcomes men and women who have completed (any type of) cancer treatment and are looking for ways to support themselves in their recovery and to regain confidence.  
The workshop has been developed by 2 CCC coaches Dr Jo Lee and Isabel van der Ven, both cancer survivors.  It will be inspiring, motivating and fun.

This workshop will give you the opportunity to:

  • Meet other people with similar experiences,
  • Explore the impact of cancer on your life, and use this as a starting point to (re)balance your life,
  • (Re)connect to your personal values as ‘inner compass’ in moving forward,
  • Explore what’s stopping you and develop your best strategy to manage this,
  • Learn how to become and stay motivated,
  • Develop practical skills for living well in the moment,
  • Create your personal plan to move forward by setting realistic, achievable goals and action planning.

Participants will leave this workshop with increased awareness, a more positive mindset and practical tools that will lead to an upward spiral of improved confidence & resilience, social support, more control and improved well-being. 

Price: £85 for the day
Number of participants: max 20 maximum with 2 facilitators. 
Location: 'Hello Love' (a recently opened cancer awareness centre), 62 - 64 Southampton Row, Bloomsbury, London

                      Tuesday 6 June, 10am – 3pm

To register and for questions about the workshop:  info@lylac.net  or call  07901 735207

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May
20
10:00 AM10:00

Developing Resilience after Cancer for people in their 20s, 30s and 40s

We don’t often think about resilience until something comes along to knock it down and make us feel vulnerable.

In this workshop for Shine Cancer Support, Emily Hodge of coachingemily.com and a founding member of the CCC, will facilitate discussion and exercises within a forum style for attendees of the Shine Connect Conference.  

You’ll leave understanding your personal levels of resilience and how to build in strategies for increasing resilience and reactions in future.

Date:  Saturday 20th May
Timings: Conference runs from 10am – 4pm, Resilience session takes place twice over the day
Location: Cavendish Square, London
Max numbers of participants: 40

How to registerhttp://www.shineconnect.co.uk/
Contact: emily@coachingemily.com or http://www.shineconnect.co.uk/

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May
2
10:00 AM10:00

LIVE YOUR LIFE AFTER CANCER (Portsmouth)

This free workshop welcomes men and women who have completed (any type of) cancer treatment and are looking for ways to support themselves in their recovery and to regain confidence. 
This workshop has been developed by 2 CCC coaches Dr Jo Lee and Isabel van der Ven both cancer survivors.  It will be inspiring, motivating and fun.

This workshop will give you the opportunity to:

  • Meet other people with similar experiences,
  • Explore the impact of cancer on your life, and use this as a starting point to (re)balance your life,
  • (Re)connect to your personal values as ‘inner compass’ in moving forward,
  • Explore what’s stopping you and develop your best strategy to manage this,
  • Learn how to become and stay motivated,
  • Develop practical skills for living well in the moment,
  • Create your personal plan to move forward by setting realistic, achievable goals and action planning.

Participants will leave this workshop with increased awareness, a more positive mindset and practical tools that will lead to an upward spiral of improved confidence & resilience, social support, more control and improved well-being. 

Maximum of 20 maximum with 2 facilitators. 
Location:
Macmillan Information & Support Centre, Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth

                      Tuesday 2 May 10am – 4pm

To register:  macmillancentre@porthosp.nhs.uk  or call   02392 283323
For questions about the workshop:  info@lylac.net  or call  07901 735207

 

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Apr
27
9:00 AM09:00

Using EFT after cancer

With high rates of anxiety and worry even after a cancer experience is over, finding the right support for you is important in your recovery.
One technique that CCC founding member and coach Emily Hodge has found beneficial to use both on herself and with clients is Emotional Freedom Technique, or EFT – also known as ‘Tapping’.
Join this live video to understand more about it and how to can be used to support you emotionally after cancer

Date:  Thursday 27th April
Timings: 9-9.30am
Location: Online – via closed (private) facebook group

How to register:  To watch this live support session, you’ll need to be a member of the moving forward from cancer facebook group which is run by Emily Hodge exclusively for people affected by cancer.

You can request to join anytime here and Emily will approve you:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/MovingForwardfromCancer/

If you can’t make the date of this video, by joining the group you will have access to all the recordings.

Contact: emily@coachingemily.com

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Apr
26
7:30 PM19:30

Exercise after Cancer – what’s right for me?

After cancer we hear so much about what we should be doing to stay healthy, including exercise. But how do we know what's right for us and the kinds of movement and fitness levels we can expect, even years later?  

Emily Hodge of coachingemily.com and founding member of CCC, and Mary Huckle of breakthroughfitness.co.uk co-host this unique live session.

Date:  Wednesday 26th April
Timings: 7.30-8.30pm
Location: Online – sign up link: https://coachingemily.webinarninja.co/my/wnwebinarlist/index?webinar_id=71070

How to register: Sign up here: https://coachingemily.webinarninja.co/my/wnwebinarlist/index?webinar_id=71070

Contact: emily@coachingemily.com

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Apr
23
2:00 PM14:00

Developing Resilience after Cancer

We don’t often think about resilience until something comes along to knock it down and make us feel vulnerable.

In this workshop for You-Can, Emily Hodge of coachingemily.com and a founding member of the CCC, will facilitate a small residential group to understand the signs of resilience levels rising and falling, establish how to build personal resilience and work through real life scenarios to prepare for in the future.

Date:  Sunday 23rd April
Timings: 2-4pm
Location: Lewes, West Sussex
Max numbers of participants (if applicable): 12
Price : Small fee donated to charity

How to register: Please contact www.you-can.org.uk for further details about the residential weekend and how you can book a place in future
Contact: emily@coachingemily.com ornatalie@you-can.org.uk

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Apr
19
6:00 PM18:00

Support for panic after cancer

Mental health issues are more likely to be diagnosed in people following a cancer experience. Anxiety, and particularly panic, are common amongst cancer patients and can occur in their lives even when they’re moving forward from the experience.

Emily Hodge, a founding member of the CCC, provides guidance on understanding panic and how to support yourself before, during and after a panic episode in this exclusive live video.

Date:  Wednesday 19th April
Timings: 6-6.30pm
Location: Online – via closed (private) facebook group

How to register

To watch this live support session, you’ll need to be a member of the moving forward from cancer facebook group which is run by Emily Hodge exclusively for people affected by cancer.

You can request to join anytime here and Emily will approve you:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/MovingForwardfromCancer/

If you can’t make the date of this video, by joining the group you will have access to all the recordings.

Contact: emily@coachingemily.com

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Feb
23
7:30 PM19:30

Moving forward from cancer: what's my life plan now?

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You're out the other end of your cancer diagnosis and yay, It's over!
But it's not really over is it. It's kind of, sort of, always there right now and the constant questions from you and others about what you're going to do from here are looming and lurking and ever present.

Because there's nothing like cancer to remind you that you want to now get clear, focused and purposeful with your time. 

Well, let's explore that a little together in this hour's session and see how we can help you get some clarity.

Who's your host?
I'm Emily, supporting people to move forward from cancer. You can find out more about my work at www.coachingemily.com

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You can sign up here
 

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Feb
4
1:45 PM13:45

MINDFULNESS MOVEMENT COACHING WORKSHOP (Godalming)

If you are living with and beyond cancer

We would love you to join us on World Cancer Day 2017 to learn, laugh and live more fully with our

Mindfulness Movement Coaching Workshop

Saturday 4th February 1.45pm - 5pm

Cafe Mila, Godalming, Surrey

Be supported and guided by experienced Mindfulness teacher Natasha Brittan, Yoga Therapy teacher Sally Katz and Cancer Support Coach Emily Hodge in a beautiful, nurturing and calm space. 

Together we will: 
   Guide you through empowering coaching practices where you will learn techniques to use in everyday life
   Experience Mindful Living and Meditation exercises for relaxation and moments of calm when you walk away
   Work through movements with Yoga and Breathing exercises that you take away and use regularly
   Provide the space to reflect and plan for your present and future
   Have an afternoon of calm and serenity

As a result, you will:

   Walk away feeling empowered and strong
   Be armed with support techniques you can apply daily
   Connect with others affected by cancer
   Be connected to highly trained professionals with expertise knowledge and experience in cancer

Cost: £75
Please email to book your place, with your name and telephone number included:

Email: mindfulnessmovementcoaching@gmail.com

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