Coping with Breast Cancer Course

Finding out you have breast cancer is a life-changing event, and coming to terms with your diagnosis can involve a whirlwind of emotions. We know, we’ve been there too. We hope you find comfort in the fact that many of the issues and considerations of women facing a breast cancer diagnosis are the same. For most, the overarching question is, “What can I expect?”

We hope our 4-week course, Coping with Breast Cancer, will teach you how to express and understand the complex feelings that inevitably occur with a breast cancer diagnosis. Through guided learning activities and group discussions, BCRC Certified Patient Navigators will address topics such as understanding fear and anger, reflecting on loss and death, effective communication with caregivers, and the different roles caregivers can play throughout your recovery.

We have designed this course to provide you with the information, tools and resources to help you address your specific concerns and chart a course for what lies ahead.

Coping with Breast Cancer is facilitated by BCRC’s Certified Patient Navigators. We request that a commitment be made to attend most meetings during this course. This program is open to those who have completed primary treatment of surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation within the last two years.

Time:
Weeknights 6:30-8:30 for 4 weeks
September 19th, 2017

Location:
Our Administration Building 4807 Spicewood Springs Rd Suite 1100 Austin, Tx 78759

To Register:
Pre-registration is required & space is limited.
512-580-4498 or mruiz@bcrc.org