We facilitate a peer support group, each with a maximum of 12 members who meet to connect, support, listen to each other and share their experience of cancer.
Groups meet online for free, 1 hour, once a week.
The aim is to increase physical, mental, emotional and social wellbeing and reduce isolation. The support members receive reduces the risk of serious mental distress and helps to build a positive life after their cancer experience.
Who is this for? This is for anyone who has finished cancer treatment, is looking to increase their mental wellbeing and meet others who have also experienced cancer.
Our facilitator: Groups are facilitated by ICF trained coaches who have personal experience of cancer.
Spaces are limited: Capacity is 12. Please sign up and I will email you a link to Zoom a few hours before the group starts.
Cost: Free thanks to The National Lottery Community Fund.
We are looking forward to seeing you there.
"I have very much enjoyed attending the support groups. Meeting other people with experience of living with cancer has been a very positive experience."
"A great space to explore in confidence some of the difficult & challenging emotions that cancer generates. Everyone is friendly, welcoming & non-judgemental. An uplifting hour."
"Finding this group was important to me as it’s difficult to understand what having cancer is like unless you’ve been through it yourself."