Coaching cancer survivors to move forward & live well. 

Cancer isn’t over once treatment is over…. Many struggle with the aftermath in different ways, as described  by Dr Peter Harvey, Consultant Clinical Psychologist “…once heard, the diagnosis of cancer can never be forgotten.
Whatever your prognosis, whatever your hopes, whatever your personality, the second that you know that you have cancer your life changes irrevocably.” 
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Coaching is a very practical way to support you in moving on.
We INSPIRE, EMPOWER and EQUIP people affected by cancer to move forward and live well.
LYLAC is the place to find profound knowledge and experience, for individual support and workshops.
Both co-founders have personal cancer experience and are qualified life coaches (one is also a GP) and have been early pioneers since 2008 in the field of coaching people affected by cancer in the UK.

There are specific programmes for:

Coaching Cancer Survivors

Coaching Cancer Survivors

Workshops and individual coaching for cancer survivors
Coaching via Charities?

Coaching via Charities?

Working in partnership with existing charities, adding coaching to their services

What People Say

Sinead Parry

They have worked hard developing a programme that has resulted in a
thoughtful and motivating workshop.
They have a real talent engaging the participants and supporting them
to identify a personal plan of how to move forward after cancer treatment
in a fun, energetic and safe environment.

Sinead Parry
Macmillan Information & Support Centre Manager Portsmouth
Linda

I feel like I have my life (and body) back and can now move forward.
Cancer is my past and it will not rule my present or future.
I was determined not to let cancer redefine my sense of who I am:
LYLAC has helped me to achieve that aim. More testimonials from Linda here.

Linda
Cancer Survivor

It has been our good fortune to run the LYLAC workshops in the Macmillan Centre and Southampton Central Library here in Southamtpon. The engagement with the facilitators and their enthusiasm, knowledge and empathy has been a real joy. We have been able to offer this course to a vulnerable group, secure in the knowledge that it is ethical, well presented and offers sound content and of real benefit to our client group. The LYLAC workshops provides a gateway for them to meet and explore this uncertainty and their feedback has been tremendously positive.
I have no hesitation in recommending LYLAC and long may our association with Isabel and Jo continue.

Jo Reeves, M.A.(Ed)., T.D.C.R., F.A.E.T.C., D.C.R.(T)
Macmillan Centre Manager, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, Southampton