Once you hear the words, “you have cancer,” everything in your life shifts and changes. Women with any type of cancer diagnosis are welcome at these monthly groups, whether you are newly diagnosed, working your way through treatment or just finishing treatment. Join other women in a safe, confidential and non-judgmental environment to talk and get support on all the different ways cancer impacts your life. Through educational speakers and open discussion learn ways to help manage your cancer and not be managed by your cancer.

Please note that while we are holding our support groups online on Zoom that our Support Group Norms require participation by both video and audio unless you have been granted an exception by Cancer Lifeline in advance of the meeting. Please address questions or concerns to Pamela Krueger at pkrueger@cancerlifeline.org or (206) 832-1271.


Seattle: Northwest Hospital, Medical Arts Building, Suite 112
Facilitated by Basha Brownstein, MSW
1st & 3rd Saturdays, 10am-12pm
Sept 19, Oct 3 & 17, Nov 7 & 21, Dec 5 & 19

ONLINE

Download link for computers and smartphones: https://zoom.us/download

Once downloaded, you will use this link to register:
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Once registered, you will receive information on how to join the meeting.

Presentations:

  • Sept 19: “Boosting Your Immune System Naturally” by Erica Joseph, ND, Lac, FABNO 
  • Oct 17: “Writing Practices to Limit Anxiety” by Pamela Krueger, MA, MFA, LMFTA
  • Nov 21: “Supporting Healthy Hormone Function” by Erica Joseph, ND, Lac, FABNO
  • Dec 19: “Foods that Promote a Healthy Life” by Suzanne McMurry, ND

Renton: Valley Medical Center, Medical Arts Center, Breast Center Conference Rm
Facilitated by Tricia Matteson, MSW, LICSW
3rd Wednesdays, 1-2:30pm
Sept 16, Oct 21, Nov 18, Dec 16

ONLINE

Download link for computers and smartphones: https://zoom.us/download

Once downloaded, you will use this link to register:
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Once registered, you will receive information on how to join the meeting.

Presentations:

  • Sept 16: “COVID-19 & Cancer: Managing Isolation” by Meg Sweeney