Sponsored by Friends of Mel Foundation. www.http://friendsofmel.org
SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 14th at the QUINCY MARRIOTT.
To REGISTER ON – LINE and for a List of Workshops and Seminars – http://friendsofmel.org/conference/
This conference is designed to help survivors and their caregivers navigate the road to healing with a full day of professionally led workshops and skill building seminars that address such issues as –
Opening Keynote –
Trauma to Treasure: Finding Strength Through Life Challenging Experiences
Cancer presents a profound challenge to living a “normal” life but also provides survivors an opportunity to create a path for living that is consciously chosen. This presentation will focus on the inherent strengths of individuals to build a future based on lessons learned from their cancer experience. Matthew J. Loscalzo, LCSW – City of Hope. Executive Director Supportive Care Medicine, Liliane Elkins Professor in Supportive Care Programs, Professor, Population Sciences
SAMPLE of WORKSHOPS INCLUDE:
- Immune-Targeted Therapy: Inspiring Your Body to Kill Your Cancer
- Cognitive Health for Cancer Survivors
- Being a caregiver: What’s It All About?
- Self-Care and Empowerment Through Integrative Therapies
- and Much More.
NEW THIS YEAR FOR YOUNG ADULTS:
- Body Image, Self-esteem and Relationships
- Getting Connected as a Young Adult in Boston
To Learn More About Melanie Simmons, the inspiration behind Friends of Mel and to order Mel’s Bracelets – http://friendsofmel.org
Read About “The Impact of STRESS While Living with Cancer” from Friends of Mel’s Founder, Pauline Alighieri – http://huff.to/1EagW7z
For More Details, to Donate, or to Register for the Conference – http://friendsofmel.org/conference/
SAMPLE SESSIONS OF MASSAGE and REIKI – OFFERED at the FRIENDS of Mels’ Conference. Join Karen Lohnes SW, LCMT, RMT (Gloucester MA,) and me. We will be there along with other integrative therapy providers offering information, education and sample sessions of Integrative Therapies. Integrative Therapies include Acupuncture, Hypnosis, Massage, Meditation, Reiki, Yoga. These therapies can aid in symptom management, relieve stress, improve comfort, and promote wellness for those undergoing treatment for cancer and beyond treatment for self-care and empowerment. Take an active role in your health care plan.
NOTE – Consult your oncologist physician or nurse prior to using Complementary, Alternative or Integrative Therapies. Some therapies and supplements may be contraindicated for your care. Discuss with your doctor.
For Information About Complementary Therapies – https://nccih.nih.gov
Join me Over the Bridge. Saturday. November 14th
Wishing You the Best in Health, Karen
Karen Pischke B.S.N., R.N. Owner/Founder of Dreamtime Wellness™ Promoting Optimal Wellness for Body, Mind & Spirit www.DreamtimeWellness.com. Find us on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/pages/Dreamtime-Wellness-/348619611849199
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