Anger after Cancer – “I finished treatment, so why do I feel so angry?”


When: 27th April 2017
What Time: 7pm - 8pm AEST
Duration:
60 minutes
Where: Online - join via your computer, tablet or smart phone
Panel: Kim Hobbs, Maxine Rosenfield and Mick Miller
Cost: Complimentary

About the Webinar

Feeling angry is a common emotion for many people living with cancer. People may feel angry about the way cancer has disrupted their life or maybe how family, friends or work colleagues treat them after their cancer treatment has finished. Trouble sleeping, fatigue, pain, and nausea, can make even the happiest person feel frustrated, irritable, and angry at times. However when feelings of anger are starting to affect your life in a negative way it may be time to reach out for some external advice.

We will be discussing strategies regarding how to work through and manage your anger, along with providing information about how to get support at this time.

About the Presenters

This discussion will be facilitated by Jill Mills, Cancer Council NSW, Practical Support Unit and the panel will include:

Kim Hobbs

Kim Hobbs holds a Masters degree in Social Work and has a long career in oncology social work; currently working at Westmead Hospital in the Department of Gynaecological Oncology.Building upon a solid base of clinical care, Kim advocates for improved psychosocial support services for all people with cancer and their families, friends and caregivers. She believes that psychosocial care should be an integral component of comprehensive cancer care for throughout treatment and recovery.Kim has been involved in the development of educational resources for both clinicians and consumers, and has a particular interest in addressing concerns about sexuality and intimacy in the context of illness and disability.

Maxine Rosenfield

Maxine has over 25 years’ experience as a counsellor, supervisor, trainer, author and consultant with wide experience of working across a variety of organisations from hospitals and large non-governmental organisations to small volunteer based organisations and private corporations. Maxine is a Board member of the Cancer Counselling Professionals Association and a board member of the Australasian Association for Supervision. She is also a member of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia’s (PACFA) Ethics Committee and it's Professional Standards Committee.

Mick Miller

Mick was diagnosed with throat and neck cancer in 2013 with his treatment including a 70 day stay in hospital. Following the completion of his treatment Mick embarked on a journey of discovery and recovery.  Circumnavigating Australia in his 1968 sky blue Volkswagen Beetle named “The Rocket” and raising funds and awareness for post cancer recovery. He has just published a book of his adventures called – “Travelling Australia Micks Way" Mick has worked for over twenty five years as a sports coach. He's worked with elite athletes chasing Olympic glory, world champions, professional Rugby Union & League teams, America's Cup campaigns, and up-and-coming youth champions. He develops and implements strategies for individuals, athletes, teams, corporate employees and CEO’s. Mick also specialises in working in partnership with businesses to coach individuals and teams. 

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