Living Well with Cancer Workshop Videos & Supplements #LWWC

Other platforms:

9.15.20 “Grief: A Path toward Hope” ~ Kathleen Rourke, Hospice Chaplin (Click here for pdf of handouts)

8.16.20 “Sex, Pleasure, & Intimacy After Cancer” ~ Lori Davis MSN, FNP-C, NCMP Nurse Practitioner (Click here to see slide presentation.) The recording of this presentation is only available to those who attended the presentation due to the personal subject and discussions.  If you attended the presentation and would like a copy of the recording please email monica@crcfl.net

6.16.20 “Women Thriving Through Exercise” ~ Bailey Kline

Facebook Live:

2.19.20 “Lymphedema” ~Monica Vakiner

2. 18.20 “CBD 101” ~ Sherry Auble
(click here for a link to the power point presentation)

1.21.19 “Wellness Advocacy” Amy Puryear
(Click here for a link to the power point presentation)

11.19.19 How to Deal with a Cancer Diagnoses During the Holiday Season~ Monica Vakiner

10.15.19 “RX:Exercise ~ Bailey Colvin

7.16.19 “Forgiveness,Healing, and Hands On Loving Kindness” ~ Daniella Hess & Jeannie O’Neil from YogaFarm

6.18.19 How to Live in the Present Moment ~ Daniella Hess from YogaFarm

4.30.19 Lymphedema ~ Alison Howe, PT

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