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Welcome to Wellness Orientation

Drop-ins Welcome

New to Wellness House? Join us for an orientation that provides an overview of programs, a tour of the facility, and a chance to meet staff.

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Beginning Chair Yoga

Drop-ins Welcome

Gentle, beginner and restorative chair-based and standing yoga postures.

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Tai Chi

Drop-ins Welcome

This ancient form of movement and exercise leads to harmony of mind and body while decreasing stress.

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Qi Gong and Tai Chi

Drop-ins Welcome

Learn a set of calming movements to enhance strength and circulation.

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Nia®

Staff Registration Required

Nia® is a mind-body movement practice for all ages and levels of fitness using choreography to soul-stirring music.

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Exercise for Getting Well

Staff Registration Required

Self-paced aerobic exercise followed by gentle instructor-led exercises for people experiencing physical difficulties due to cancer treatment, with focus on reducing treatment side effects, improving activities of daily living, and maintaining strength and endurance.

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Exercise for Staying Well – Level I & Level II

Staff Registration Required

Self-paced aerobic exercise followed by instructor-led exercises for increasing endurance, strength, flexibility and balance.

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Exercise for Living Well – Level I & Level II

Staff Registration Required

Aerobic warm-up followed by a new resistance plan each month designed to teach independent exercise.

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Pink Ribbon Fitness

Staff Registration Required

Customized exercises for breast cancer survivors.

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Pilates

Staff Registration Required

Beginner mat Pilates.

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Open Gym

Drop-ins Welcome

Participants may use the exercise facilities for independent exercise.

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Mindfulness for Everyday Living

Drop-ins Welcome

Through practice and discussion, learn the benefits of mindfulness meditation in this group setting.

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Flute Circle

Drop-ins Welcome

Learn to play the Native American flute and how to express yourself through music. No experience necessary.

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Kids Group

Staff Registration Required

A group designed to support kids ages 6-12 in developing coping skills, clarifying misconceptions surrounding cancer, and promoting feelings of normalcy as they meet other children impacted by cancer.

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Turtles

Staff Registration Required

This is an 8-week, weekly bereavement support group for children ages 6-12.

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Teen Time

Staff Registration Required

An eight-week bereavement support group for teens ages 13-18 who have
experienced the loss of a parent due to cancer.

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Turtles Parents Group

Staff Registration Required

This is an 8-week, weekly bereavement support group that will help connect you with other parents and receive support around your loss, discuss parenting concerns, and find ways to help your family heal.

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Caregiver Support Group

Staff Registration Required

Network with other caregivers in this ongoing 8-week support group meets at the same time as the Cancer Support Group.

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Living with Metastatic Breast Cancer Support Group

Staff Registration Required

Join other women facing metastasis of their breast cancer. This weekly group will focus on the ongoing challenges that arise from dealing with treatment, relationships, and facing the future.

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Living with Recurrent or Metastatic Cancer Support Group

Drop-ins Welcome

This weekly group focuses on issues regarding recurrent and metastatic cancer and welcomes individuals diagnosed as well as family members supporting a loved one with cancer. Caregivers are welcome to attend with or without the individual with cancer.

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Spiritual Side of Cancer

Drop-ins Welcome

The focus of this monthly group is to create an environment in which people feel free to discuss the challenges and joys found in the spiritual side of the cancer journey.

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Young Adults with Cancer Networking Group

Drop-ins Welcome

This group provides emotional support and an opportunity to meet other young adults receiving treatment.

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Brain Tumor Networking

Drop-ins Welcome

Individual networking groups give people an opportunity to meet with others experiencing the same type of cancer and their caregiver.

 

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Breast Cancer Networking

Drop-ins Welcome

Individual networking groups give people an opportunity to meet with others experiencing the same type of cancer and their caregiver.

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Carcinoid Cancer Networking

Drop-ins Welcome

Individual networking groups give people an opportunity to meet with others experiencing the same type of cancer as well as their caregivers.

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Colon/Rectal Cancers Networking

Drop-ins Welcome

Individual networking groups give people an opportunity to meet with others experiencing the same type of cancer as well as their caregivers.

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Gynecologic Cancers Networking

Drop-ins Welcome

Individual networking groups give people an opportunity to meet with others experiencing the same type of cancer as well as their caregivers.

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Head & Neck Cancers Networking

Drop-ins Welcome

An opportunity for people with head and neck cancers and their caregivers to share their cancer stories, connect with others in similar circumstances and improve their coping skills.

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Leukemia & Lymphoma Cancers Networking

Drop-ins Welcome

Individual networking groups give people an opportunity to meet with others experiencing the same type of cancer as well as their caregivers.

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Lung Cancer Networking

Drop-ins Welcome

Individual networking groups give people an opportunity to meet with others experiencing the same type of cancer as well as their caregivers.

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Multiple Myeloma Cancer Networking

Drop-ins Welcome

Individual networking groups give people an opportunity to meet with others experiencing the same type of cancer as well as their caregivers.

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Pancreatic Cancer Networking

Drop-ins Welcome

Individual networking groups give people an opportunity to meet with others experiencing the same type of cancer as well as their caregivers.

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Prostate Cancer Networking

Drop-ins Welcome

Individual networking groups give people an opportunity to meet with others experiencing the same type of cancer as well as their caregivers.

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Bereavement Drop-in

Drop-ins Welcome

For recently bereaved adults who have had a cancer-related loss.

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Transitions for Spouses

Staff Registration Required

This is a committed bereavement support group to help spouses and partners develop coping techniques. The group meets twice every month.

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Transitions Alumni Networking

Alumni Drop-ins Encouraged

Join other adults who have completed the Transitions for Spouses or Turtles bereavement programs at this monthly group to continue
supporting one another.

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Arlington Heights – Mindful Yoga

Drop-ins Welcome

Nurture your entire being with mind/body movement.

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Chicago – Gynecologic Cancer Support Group

Drop-ins Welcome
*Holiday schedule: No group in November; December group will meet
with Breast Cancer Support Group

Ongoing support group for women with gynecologic cancers to share medical information, connect with others in similar circumstances and improve their coping skills.

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Chicago – Breast Cancer Support Group

Drop-ins Welcome
*Holiday schedule: No group in November; December group will meet
with Breast Cancer Support Group

Ongoing support group for women with breast cancer to share medical information, connect with others in similar circumstances and improve their coping skills.

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Palatine – Wellness Through Deep Hypnosis

Registration Required

Dr. Scot Giles, renowned medical hypnotherapist, guides the group through self-hypnosis designed to help release pain and facilitate healing.

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Cancer Support Group

Staff Registration Required

Ongoing 8-week support group for people with cancer to share medical information, connect with others in similar circumstances and improve their coping skills. This group meets at the same time as the Caregiver Support Group.

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Arlington Heights – Lung Cancer Support Group

Staff Registration Required

Ongoing support group for people with lung cancer and their caregivers to share medical information, connect with others in similar circumstances and improve their coping skills.

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Berwyn – Yoga for Cancer Survivors

Drop-ins Welcome

Nurture your entire being with mind/body movement. Classes taught in Spanish and English.

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Palatine – Reiki Clinic

Staff Registration Required

Discover this Japanese form of healing energy that helps reduce stress, promote relaxation, and balance the mind and emotions.

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Tai Chi Fundamentals

Registration Required
No class November 1 and November 22

Tai Chi Fundamentals® offers a simplified introduction to traditional Yang-style Tai Chi.

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Guided Meditation

Registration Required
No class October 4

Learn to relax your body, still your mind and engage your spirit through guided meditation. No meditation experience required.

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Parenting with Cancer

Staff Registration Required

An 8-week group for parents and care- givers who are navigating their own cancer journey while also raising and caring for their young.

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University of Illinois Chicago – Cancer Connections Group

Drop-ins Welcome

An opportunity for people with cancer to share their cancer stories, connect with others in similar circumstances and improve their coping skills.

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University of Illinois Chicago – Nutrition Connections

Drop-ins Welcome

An opportunity for patients and caregivers to consult with our dietitian and have their questions about cancer and nutrition answered.

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Exercise for Getting Well Fundamentals

Staff Registration Required

Gentle instructor-led, chair-based exercises for participants experiencing physical difficulties due to cancer treatment.

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Melanoma Networking

Drop-ins Welcome

The purpose of this group is to exchange information and strategies for making decisions and navigating the cancer experience.

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Post-Treatment Networking Group

Drop-ins Welcome

This group provides an opportunity to connect with other participants who have finished treatment and are navigating the question of “what now?”

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Beginner Mat Yoga Level I

Registration Required

Introduction to gentle, beginner and restorative standing and mat-based yoga postures.

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Beginner Mat Yoga Level II

Drop-ins Welcome


Beginner and restorative mat based and standing yoga postures.

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GIST (Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors)

Drop-Ins Welcome

Wellness House is hosting this group, organized by the Chicago-area chapter of the Life Raft Group. This group is for anyone diagnosed with GIST and their caregivers.

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Veterans Networking Group

This group has been placed on hold.

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Monthly Peer Networking

This group has been placed on hold.

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Bladder Cancer Networking Group

This program has been placed on hold.

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Kidney Cancer Networking Group

This group has been placed on hold.

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Thyroid Cancer Networking Group

This program has been placed on hold.

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Kids Group for Advanced Illness

Staff Registration Required

A weekly support group for children ages 6-12 with a parent with metastatic
or advanced cancer.

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Teen Group

Staff Registration Required

An eight-week support group for teens ages 13-18 who have a parent with a
current cancer diagnosis.

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Turtles Transitions

Staff Registration Required

A bereavement group for children ages 6-12 who have participated in the Turtles program and/or who are experiencing the later stages of grief due to the loss of a parent.

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Turtles Networking

Staff Registration Required

A monthly opportunity for children ages 6-12 who have gone through the Turtles program to connect with each other, continue to process feelings related to grief, and do creative activities together.

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Bereavement Group for Siblings

Staff Registration Required

A weekly bereavement support group for children ages 6-12 who have lost a sibling to cancer.

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Oak Park (Rush) – Cancer Connections

Drop-ins Welcome

This group provides an opportunity for people with cancer and their caregivers to share information, connect with others in similar circumstances and improve coping skills.

 

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Drawing with Pastels

Registration Required

Attendance at the first session is required to continue with the series
Create colorful drawings with the portable medium of pastels.

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Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center’s Meaning-Centered Psychotherapy Program Presented by Wellness House

Staff Registration Required

This will be an 8-week committed group, with the expectation that participants will choose either group option and commit to attending that group.

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Weigh to Go! Managing Weight after Cancer

Registration Required

This series explores behavior changes needed for healthy weight management through simple tips to improve diet and increase physical activity.

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The Healing Power of Storytelling Workshop

Registration Required

This 3-week workshop moves through the writing process while providing feedback, inspiration, and accountability.

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Monthly Meditation

Registration Required

Experience peace and serenity in the stillness of meditation and facilitate healing of mind, body, and spirit.

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Reiki for You

Registration Required

In this class, you will learn about working with Reiki energy and how to offer Reiki to yourself every day.

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Sarcoma Networking Group

Drop-ins Welcome

Individual networking groups give people an opportunity to meet with others experiencing the same type of cancer as well as their caregivers.

 

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Sidelining Side Effects

Registration Required

This single-session class is designed specifically for individuals undergoing or about to begin treatment.

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Understanding Medications to Manage Symptoms

Registration Required

In this presentation, you will learn about the pros and cons of these common medications and supplements, as well as discuss probiotics and antioxidant contraindications when on treatment.

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Chicago – ALAS Wings – Expressive Arts

Drop-ins Welcome

Engage in the creative process to promote emotional growth and healing. Classes taught in Spanish. All supplies provided.

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Mixed Media Art

Registration Required
Please register for each class separately.

Join Caring Arts Foundation to explore and develop your own creative center for the purpose of healing.

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Rehab Strategies for Cognitive Issues due to Treatment

Registration Required

Don’t wander lost in the fog! Come learn about chemotherapy’s very real
cognitive side effects – often referred to as “chemo brain” – and some useful rehab strategies.

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Online Welcome to Wellness Orientation

Staff Registration Required

Join us for an online orientation and tour from the comfort of your own home. After registering, you will be provided with a link via email to join the meeting.

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Hot Topics in Prostate Cancer

Registration Required

Join the top oncologists, surgeons, and healthcare professionals in the Chicagoland area to learn about the latest updates in the research and treatment of prostate cancer.

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Community Acupuncture

Staff Registration Required

Join Bridget to experience the benefits of acupuncture in a community setting that allows 3 participants to experience acupuncture at the same time.

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Crystal Bowl Meditation

Registration Required

Come enjoy the beauty and vibration of Crystal Singing Bowls.

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Exercise-One Key to Breast Cancer Recovery

Registration Required

Come and learn how exercise can help guide you back to health in both body and mind.

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Like What You See! Quick Steps to an Enhanced You

Registration Required

Learn how to deal with some of the aesthetic side effects of treatment.

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Meaning-Centered Psychotherapy Networking Group

Staff Registration Required

Meaning-Centered Psychotherapy (MCP) course at Wellness House are invited to participate in this monthly peer networking group.

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Elmhurst – Create a Pretty Paper Pumpkin Patch

Registration Required

Create a lovely pumpkin from paper for fall decorating. Guidance and all
materials provided—color choices and embellishments are up to you!

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REROUTING: Choosing Your Course After Cancer, Abbreviated Session

Registration Required

If you are unable to attend the five-week series, we welcome you to attend an abbreviated session.

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Guided Meditation Retreat: Finding Strength in the Storm

Registration Required

In this 3-hour mini-retreat we will explore how various Buddhist philosophies and mindfulness practices can support us to navigate life’s difficult moments with more clarity, compassion, and ease.

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Mind Science Yoga Workshop

Registration Required

This workshop highlights the benefits of Mind Science Yoga.

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Easy Ingredient Swaps

Registration Required

Learn to modify your favorite recipes to meet your diet needs. This cooking class will focus on modifying one classic recipe to make it plant-based.

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Mind, Body, and Soul Retreat: Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra

Registration Required

Join Iliyana and Tabitha 200 RYT’s for one hour of Restorative Yoga where poses are healing and therapeutic.

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Look Good, Feel Better

Registration Required

Spend some time with others in active treatment learning how to manage hair, nail and skin changes due to cancer treatment.

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Painting Masterpieces Galore

Registration Required

Choose from famous paintings and create your own version with acrylic paint on canvas.

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Chicago – Head and Neck Support Group

Drop-ins Welcome

Individual networking groups give people an opportunity to meet with others experiencing the same type of cancer as well as their caregivers.

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Learn About Meaning-Centered Psychotherapy-What is it?

Registration Required

Attend this classroom-style presentation to learn about the development of MCP, an overview of the components of MCP, and why they can help those living with cancer influence their experience in powerful ways.

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Mindful Eating

Registration Required

Join this class to learn more about mindful eating
and how it can improve your overall health.

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Balancing Act! Improve your Balance and Help Prevent Falls

Registration Required

This 4-week series Is designed to help keep you on your feet and prevent falls.

 

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What Are My Insurance Options?

Registration Required

In this workshop, you will learn the basics about public insurance options, Marketplace, Medicare, and Medicaid, and their enrollment requirements.

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Vintage Book Club

Registration Required

Through the reading of classic passages and books, this club will address questions and thoughts such as, how do we reconfigure a purpose for ourselves as we age and deal with cancer at the same time?

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Wellness Ongoing: Nutrition Discussion Group

Registration Required

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle can be difficult. Join this discussion group to
connect and share ideas with one another.

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Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction

Staff Registration Required

This 8-week program is designed to teach participants how to integrate and apply mindfulness in their lives and to the range of challenges arising from medical and psychological conditions.

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Mindful Journaling

Registration Required

Learn to inhabit present moments, attend to senses, learn to shift awareness and decrease anxiety.

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Chicago – Understanding How to Navigate Your Insurance

Drop-ins Welcome

Learn how to advocate for yourself and accurately determine the level of your insurance coverage, best practices for speaking to carriers, what to do if a claim is denied, and ways of dealing with specialized treatments.

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Cooking Up Wellness

Registration Required

Learn to appreciate real, fresh foods and simple culinary principles for cancer prevention and survivorship.

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Stress Free Saturday

Registration Required

Enjoy the benefits of starting your weekend stress-free. Come to this class and experience a variety of stress reduction techniques, including several forms of meditation.

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Online Sidelining Side Effects

Registration Required

This program will focus on nutrition and lifestyle strategies to minimize or even prevent side effects of treatment.

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Maywood – Beyond Cancer Wellness Program

Registration and commitment to all three weeks is required

Join us for this interactive three-week series that will provide the information you need to create your own action plan as you choose your course after cancer treatment.

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REROUTING: Social, Emotional and Practical Aspects

Registration is required

Join us for this program, where we’ll focus on the social, emotional and practical aspects of life as you choose your course after cancer treatment.

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Couples: Taking Time Out Together

Registration Required

Learn how to support each other during challenging times while taking time to reflect together.

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Moving Forward

Staff Registration Required

An 8-week experiential series for those who have completed treatment in the past year. This is a committed series, and participation in all sessions is strongly encouraged.

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WEBINARS – Breast Cancer Webinars Rebroadcast

Registration Required

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we will be rebroadcasting the
presentations from our June 23rd Hot Topics in Breast Cancer symposium.

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Pink Ribbon Fitness Series: Take Control of Your Recovery

Registration Required

Learn how exercise can help you thrive following breast cancer surgery.

 

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Wellness in Action: Hands-on Cooking Class

Registration Required

Join Angela for this hands-on learning experience in cooking your basic, but at times tricky, health-promoting foods.

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Clay

Registration Required
No class November 2

Join us for fun with this natural, earthy material, as we create winter lights out of decorative candle holders.

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Wellness through Deep Hypnosis

Registration Required

Dr. Scot Giles, renowned medical hypnotherapist, guides the group through self-hypnosis designed to help release pain and facilitate healing.

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Saturday Art

Registration Required

Handbuilding with Clay: Lace Plates. Use clay and lace to create a lace plate.

 

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Renew Your Reiki

Registration Required

Join us to renew your Reiki practice. This program is for Reiki practitioners of any level who have taken a Reiki class at Wellness House or with other teachers.

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Book Club – the Five Invitations: Discovering What Death Can Teach us About Living Fully

Registration Required

These Five Invitations show us how to wake up fully to our lives.

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Morton Arboretum Garden Walk

Registration Required

Meet us at the Morton Arboretum for our fall garden walk.

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Spooky Spectacular

Registration Required

Our annual event is a time to come dressed in your Halloween best. Expect lots of fun, surprises, and spooky snacks! Families with kids of all ages are welcome.

 

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Advances in Pancreatic Cancer Research and Treatment

Registration Required
THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN CANCELLED – RESCHEDULE DATE COMING SOON

Participants will learn about the newest treatment updates, clinical trials that are available, and a look into the ongoing research of pancreatic cancer.

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Stress Free Saturday for Kids

Registration Required

Join us as we embark on a journey of relaxation!
*Note that this program is scheduled during Stress-Free Saturdays for adults. Come together as a family; no need for childcare!

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Clinical Trials and New Agents in Development for Breast Cancer

Registration Required

Attendees will learn about the latest updates from the most recent San
Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium and the American Society of Clinical Oncology conference.

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Cooking for Prostate Cancer

Registration Required

This cooking class is specifically focused on healthy eating for prostate cancer. Diagnosed individuals and caregivers are both welcome to join!

 

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Cooking for Side Effects

Registration Required

This cooking class is designed specifically for caregivers and/or diagnosed individuals experiencing treatment-related side effects and will feature recipes to combat eating difficulties.

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Maintaining Financial Wellness during Cancer Care

Registration Required

Join this presentation to gain confidence in taking charge of your healthcare financial well-being.

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The Future, Prayers, and Lies: Finding Meaning in Uncertainty and Cancer with Dr. William Breitbart

Registration Required

Join us for an evening with Dr. William Breitbart as he helps us find meaning through one’s cancer journey.
THIS PROGRAM IS HELD AT HAMBURGER UNIVERSITY AT THE MCDONALD’S CAMPUS

 

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Introduction to Music Therapy

Registration Required

Learn the benefits of music therapy and how to use it as another tool to help navigate through one’s cancer journey.

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Meaning Centered Psychotherapy – FOR PROFESSIONALS

Registration Required

This lecture provides an overview of existential issues in end of life care, with an emphasis of the important role of “meaning”.

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Restorative Yoga

Registration Required

Gentle, floor-based yoga postures that utilize props for slow, passive stretching. Registration is required and space is limited to 6 participants.

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Snack and Learn

Registration Required

Each class will focus on one nutrition-related topic.

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Macrame

Registration Required

Learn the art of knotting cord or string in patterns to make decorative articles.

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Attend an MCP Group

Staff Registration Required

This is a seven-week, committed group open to anyone who has had a cancer diagnosis and/or their caregiver.

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WEBINAR – Balancing Work & Cancer: Managing Long-Term Stress

Registration Required

This webinar will help you think about your priorities and how you can balance your job, family, and own well-being to avoid letting stress get the best of you.

 

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Berwyn – Wellness in Season

Registration Required

Celebrations don’t have to include unhealthy food! We’ll focus on preparing
for the winter holidays as we learn new recipes that contribute to the fun as
well as your health.

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Chicago – Wellness in Season

Drop-ins Welcome

Celebrations don’t have to include unhealthy food! We’ll focus on preparing for the winter holidays as we learn new recipes that contribute to the fun as well as your health.

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Lymphedema: What is It? What to Do About It

Registration Required

In this presentation, we will learn what lymphedema is and how we
can lessen and manage the symptoms of it .

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Hot Topics in Lung Cancer

Registration Required

Join the top oncologists, surgeons, and healthcare professionals in the Chicagoland area to learn about the latest updates in the research and treatment of lung cancer.

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WEBINAR – Hot Topics in Lung Cancer

Registration Required

From the comfort of your home, join the top oncologists, surgeons, and
healthcare professionals in the Chicagoland area to learn about the latest updates in the research and treatment of lung cancer.

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Berwyn – Mindfulness Meditation

Registration Required

Discover ways to live life more effectively in the present moment, even through difficult times. No previous meditation experience required.

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Ostomy Networking Group

Drop-ins Welcome

In this networking group, we invite participants with all cancer-related ostomy types to share support and information so that you can continue to live life to its fullest.

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Still Life Drawing

Registration Required

Perspective and value drawing using pencil and your eye as the main drawing tool. Train your eye to draw what you see and not what you know.

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Understanding Sleep Disturbance and How to Combat It

Registration Required

This presentation focuses on explaining insomnia and other sleep problems, especially in the context of current or past cancer treatment.

 

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Food for Life with The Cancer Project

Registration Required

Empower yourself with easy-to-learn skills that turn every meal into a delicious dose of healthy nutrition. Each session focuses on a different aspect of scientifically sound basics of a cancer-fighting diet.

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Elmhurst – Self-Care and Nutrition for Cancer Caregivers

Registration Required

This class presents practical ways to manage self-care and nutrition while navigating the complexities of a caregiving experience.

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Heart Disease Associated with Cancer and Cancer Treatment

Registration Required

This presentation will discuss the new research that is uncovering
the impact of cancer treatment and ones cardiovascular health.

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Elmhurst – Wellness in Season

Registration Required

We’ll focus on preparing for the winter holidays as we learn new
recipes that contribute to the fun as well as your health.

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Arlington Heights – Self-Care and Nutrition for Cancer Caregivers

Registration Required

Come together with others who are caring for their loved ones during a cancer diagnosis. This class presents practical ways to manage self-care and nutrition while navigating the complexities of a caregiving experience.

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Managing Peripheral Neuropathy

Registration Required

In this presentation you will learn how peripheral neuropathy is diagnosed and managed.

 

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The Next Course: Hands-On Cooking for Bereaved Spouses and Partners

Registration Required

Join other bereaved adults who are also navigating the loss of their spouse or partner in creating and sharing a meal together.

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Berwyn – Paper Ornament Making

Registration Required

We’ll take paper to another level to create lovely holiday ornaments.

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Chicago – Paper Ornament Making

Drop-ins Welcome

We’ll take paper to another level to create lovely holiday ornaments.

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Polar Express Pajama Party

Registration Required

Join us for our annual Polar Express Pajama Party! We will have crafts, delicious treats, entertainment, and tons of fun! Families with kids of all ages are welcome.

 

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The Importance of Connection: Introduction to Imerman Angels

Registration Required

Come learn more about the steps involved in this connection process and hear the true impact of one-on-one support.

 

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