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Meaning-Centered Psychotherapy Group for a Cancer Diagnosis

Tuesdays, August 6-October 1, 5:00-6:30 p.m.
No group September 3

Staff Registration Required

Please contact Karie Milweski-Carlson at 630.654.5114 or kmcarlson@wellnesshouse.org to register prior to attending

It is not uncommon to feel disconnected and uncertain of priorities and purpose in life after experiencing cancer. Meaning Centered Psychotherapy (MCP) was designed by Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center to help you create, experience and sustain a sense of meaning in your life. Benefits reported by former group members include an enhanced sense of spiritual well-being and quality of life, as well as decreased anxiety and sense of  hopelessness. The group meets for 8 weeks and is open to anyone who has or has had a cancer diagnosis.

This is an 8-week, committed group open to anyone who has or has had a cancer diagnosis.

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