What happens after your treatment ends? The cancer experience most probably has changed you on different levels and you could probably do with some help to make sense of the whole experience, to find out what it is you need right now and who you want to be(come). Both of us have been there and can lead you a way forward that feels right for you.
The impact of cancer and how it affects us is different for each of us and it can help you know that it is normal to experience confusion and that you are not alone in it. 92% of people affected by cancer find life after cancer harder than cancer treatment, so you are not the only one who might struggle at the moment. The end of treatment is often the beginning of a new chapter; a curvy, and often lengthy process of physical and emotional recovery, where a professional coach with personal cancer experience can offer you practical support.
Our 1-2-1 coaching is focusing on:
- learning from the cancer experience,
- getting to terms with the cancer experience,
- what you can do to deal with the physical and emotional impact of cancer (treatment and side-effects),
- recognising and acknowledging common emotions,
- (re)connecting with your personal values, beliefs and strengths and using these to support yourself,
- reframing unhelpful thoughts,
- meeting and managing your ‘Gremlin’,
- how to become/stay motivated to implement positive change in your life using social connections, gratitude, kindness, and self-care,
- how to move forward from the cancer experience (setting goals, action planning and self-care).
You will gain extra support in our LYLAC workshops through sharing and learning from others in a safe environment (guided peer-support).