Virtual Survivorship Program

Back-On-Track Surviving Survivorship Series

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Virtual discussion via Microsoft Teams

Missy Petty, LCPC, Lead Counselor, Northwestern Medicine Living Well Cancer Resources

Open to patients and caregivers, this seven-week “Back-on-Track: Surviving Survivorship” series is designed to help you navigate common challenges as you transition into survivorship.

Topics include changes in relationships, managing expectations, addressing anxiety and depression, the “new normal,” fear of recurrence, how to partner with your care team, managing your health records, and envisioning a positive future. Attendance throughout the entire series is encouraged but not mandatory.

  • March 4th:   Pressure to Thrive

  • March 11th: Discussion Group

  • March 18th: Managing, Moods, Stress and Feeling Stuck

  • *No program March 25th

  • April 1st:  Discussion Group

  • April 8th: Survivorship101: Medical Discussion by Christopher George, MD

  • April 15th: Fear of Recurrence

  • April 22nd: Envisioning Your Future

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  • July 1st:   Pressure to Thrive

  • July 8th: Discussion Group

  • July 15th: Managing, Moods, Stress and Feeling Stuck

  • July 22nd: Survivorship101: Medical Discussion by Christopher George, MD

  • July 29th:  Discussion Group

  • August 5th: Fear of Recurrence

  • August 12th: Envisioning Your Future

Being Well Nutrition Series

 

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Classes are hybrid; this means you can attend virtually or in person at Geneva. Classes are led by Living Well dietitians Nancy Zawicki, RD, LDN, MS; Mary Zupke, RD, LDN, MS, FAND; and the Northwestern Medicine Oncology Dietitian team.
Each class will also be available to watch live or to rewatch at a later time on our YouTube channel at youtube.com/c/livingwellcrc.

Classes in the Being Well series are designed to guide patients in early survivorship make positive choices and get back on track with their nutrition. Classes are a lecture format including a cooking demonstration.

 

Wednesdays, 6:00pm-7:00pm – Hybrid Geneva

 

May 8 | Moving Forward After a Cancer Diagnosis with Culinary Nutrition

Learn good health strategies for keeping yourself healthy, active and eating well. Discover the importance of a positive mindset, getting sleep and reducing stress.

 

May 15 | Mediterranean Style of Eating

Learn how to eat the Mediterranean way! This session will cover recommendations and how to incorporate more antioxidants, phytochemicals and anti-inflammatory foods.

 

May 22 | Eating Well for Survivorship: Maintaining a Healthy Weight

This session focuses on how to improve food habits and incorporate exercise to maintain a healthy weight. Learn about protein needs, whole grains and a balanced diet.

 

May 29 | Gut Health and the Microbiome

Learn about prebiotic and probiotic foods that can help promote a healthy gut.

 

June 5 | Cooking for One or Two

Learn easy, flavorful recipes that make it easier to cook for just one or two people.

 

June 19 | Culinary Completion: Hands-On Interactive Cooking

Celebrate the completion of this series with a hands-on interactive cooking class. Prepare a healthy recipe with other participants. This is an opportunity to share ideas and goals.

*No class on June 12.

Scanxiety Drop in Group

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Scanxiety Drop-In Group 

Virtual: First and Third Mondays of each month, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm*

*New time starting in May!, Beginning May 6th Scanxiety will be from 6:30-7:30pm

This virtual drop-in group gives you an opportunity to process your anxiety. You can also learn strategies to help manage the stress that is commonly experienced while waiting for tests, scans, or test results. We encourage you to join anytime you are experiencing “scanxiety.”

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