Coping With Fear of Recurrence
Fear of recurrence, or fear of the cancer coming back, is one of the most common worries among people with breast cancer. This fear can have a powerful effect on your everyday life. Join us on December 12 for a free webinar to learn coping strategies and hear personal stories from others who have been impacted by breast cancer and what worked for them.
This webinar is a companion program to our November 360 program “Keeping Cancer at Bay: What Researchers Are Learning About Recurrence”.
About Our Speaker:
Jill Mitchell, PhD, LCSW, OSW-C
Jill Mitchell, PhD, LCSW, OSW-C, is an oncology social worker and the psychosocial research program coordinator for Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers (RMCC) in Boulder, Colorado. In addition to offering counseling and support groups for cancer patients, survivors and their loved ones in an outpatient setting, Dr. Mitchell also does research developing new programs to assist patients and survivors cope with anxiety and distress, and to live their life more fully with and beyond cancer. Read more…
Kesha Haggans is a 39-year-old, 5-year breast cancer survivor. Kesha’s passion is to not only spread awareness of breast cancer but to also show that breast cancer is not prejudiced by any means...it can effect anyone of any status, race, ethnicity or age. Read more…
Roxanne Martinez is a community advocate and was diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer 5 years ago. She founded the Simply the Breast Support Network, a local breast cancer support group and transformed her personal network of supporters, Team Roxy, into a community organization dedicated to helping women tackle breast cancer. Read more...