How to Access the Healing Power of Your Mind with Dr. Neil Fiore

Class Overview To access the healing power of your mind, you need to get into The Zone, Flow, and The Groove of low stress and focused attention. Want to heal faster and recover with more comfort? Here’s how: Introduction You can use the 3 essential qualities [Safety, Choice, and Presence] […]

After Treatment Ends: For the Adult Survivor

Today, more people are living with and beyond cancer. Nearly one in two men and one in three women will develop some form of cancer during their lifetime. Each year in the United States alone, 1.4 million people are diagnosed with cancer. The good news is that more people are […]

Facing Forward: Life After Cancer Treatment

Source: National Cancer Institute   Many cancer survivors have told us that while they felt they had lots of information and support during their illness, once treatment stopped, they entered a whole new world – one filled with new questions. Who is a survivor? Anyone who has been diagnosed with […]

More Topics In Cancer A-Z

Get answers to basic questions about cancer, including what causes cancer, its signs and symptoms, and how cancer is treated. Tap into our survivor stories, look to our comprehensive books or turn to our experts for additional hope and support. https://www.cancer.org/cancer.html

Harnessing the Horse for Empowerment

I am so pleased to introduce you to Judy Weston-Thompson, MFT, CEIP-MH. She is the visionary who has developed a very special program titled Equine Insight. Judy is offering a workshop Equine Partners for Empowerment on May 7 at the Willow Tree Stables in Novato, California. She will introduce her […]

Get Through Cancer: Check?

I grew up with goal setting as a key component to our family life. Literally — my sisters, Mom, Dad and I would meet at my father’s office at least once a year and assess our dynamics as a family unit. We would whiteboard a traditional SWOT exercise (Strengths, Weaknesses, […]

Dealing With an Ostomy by Susan Gubar

Living with Cancer The New York Times Well April 27, 2017 Six days after an unremarkable lumpectomy, I had rushed to the local hospital, not so much because of pain but out of concern. I had been eating and drinking as usual, but what was going in was not coming […]

Finding My Cancer Style … Life, Interrupted by Suleika Jaouad

The New York Times June 2012 One year ago, almost to the day, I asked my hairdresser to cut off 16 inches of my hair. It was a pre-emptive strike. A few days later I would be admitted to the oncology unit at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan to undergo […]