“Life never ceases to have meaning.”
This small group programme offers the opportunity for patients facing similar challenges to explore concepts of meaning in a safe, supported environment. Trained Meaning Centred group facilitators Debbie Penlington and Colleen Kendrick were trained at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre in New York.
The group will explore:
- Identity before and after diagnosis
- Life as a legacy that has been given, that one lives, and will give
- Encountering life’s limitations
- Creativity, courage and responsibility
- Connecting with life through love, beauty and humour
- Creating beautiful moments
- Enhancing hope, peace and wellbeing
- Hopes for the future
The programme runs for eight weeks and numbers are limited to 5-8 participants per group. All sessions are free and morning tea is provided.
Please phone (07) 552 4380 ext 237 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.