Evidence shows that survivorship life coaching bridges the gap when active treatment ends and provides motivation and tools that help sustain survivorship plans and healthy lifestyles. It complements existing services and programs because:
Provided via phone or internet
Funded by patient, provider, or sponsor
Encourages use of your wellness and complementary services
"This workshop helps our members come to terms with their experience and look to the future with hope and purpose. We repeat it due to popular demand."
- Sue Cleveland, Program Director, Gilda's Club S. Florida
Many cancer support centers and organizations refer patients and survivors to my private practice and group programs. Others engage me to do short or full day workshops, and provide survivor inspiration and eduation for celebrations and wellness events. More info about my speaking HERE.
My most popular options include:
Live What Matters Mini Workshop
Complimentary 1-2 hour workshop
featuring my What's Next After
Cancer Treatment Ends? LifeBook.
What's Next After Cancer Treatment Ends?
Full-Day Workshop: Empowers patients
to take control in their lives; accept emotions and feelings about survivorship as normal and natural; and provides self-knowledge and tools to make a healthy transition to their "New Normal" life. Over 95% of particpants report signigicant increases in feeling of empowerment and control, and ability to make choices and take action.
These journals enhance your existing psychosocial support at the times when it's neede most - time of diagnosis and after active treatment ends. The What's Next For My Life?™ Companion Journal for Cancer Patientsfeatureslessons and wisdom about topics patients typically are afraid to or don't know to ask about. The What's Next After Treatment Ends? LifeBook takes survivors through a proven process to build confidence and efficacy when their active treatment ends. Customization for your organization is available. Learn more >>>
“The survivor insight and wisdom, combined with the journaling prompts and compelling visuals are unique, effective tools for our patients.”
– Phil Fusca MSW, Co-Chair, Southeast Florida Cancer Control Collaborative
Telecalls & Webinars Live telecalls and webinars are offered on topics like managing the emotions of cancer; making choices during treatment; and creating a healthy life. Learn More.
"Paula's been down in the trenches with us and she gets it.
She's been bald and had chemo brain too. It's so great to laugh about it with someone who really understands." - Sara P.