Facing life after cancer is challenging. This course teaches tools of mindfulness and empowerment. When combined with good medical care, these approaches lead to wholeness, happiness and calm.
Since 2005, Silver Linings has helped women overcome side effects of cancer and cancer treatment including anxiety, fatigue, depression, fear and pain. Participants have found it useful in improving their:
To participate in Silver Linings, or for more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 248-551-4645.
Silver Linings is offered free of charge, thanks to philanthropic support. The program is open to women who have completed their breast cancer treatment and/or are on long-term medical therapy. Women who are at very high risk but have not had cancer are also welcome.
Led by Ruth Lerman, M.D., Silver Linings runs for eight weeks, four times a year at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak. Regular attendance and home practice help ensure a successful experience. A half-day, weekend retreat/reunion is scheduled between the sixth and seventh class sessions. Alumnae from previous groups are welcome to attend. Attendance at an informational/registration session including interview with Dr. Lerman is required before starting the program.
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