If you have or have had a cancer diagnosis the HOPE (Help Overcoming Problems Effectively) programme can help you set positive goals for your future.
Supported by two trained HOPE facilitators it’s a great opportunity to meet others and explore together proactive ways of taking control of your health and wellbeing.
HOPE courses are designed to help people become more knowledgeable, skilled and confident in managing the physical, emotional and psychological consequences of living with and being affected by a cancer.
HOPE uses activities, such as goal setting, action planning, mindfulness and gratitude diaries, to create an upward spiral of positive emotions leading to improved confidence, social support, happiness and well-being.
What participants have said about the course:
"Since starting the HOPE programme, I realise that I’m not alone with my fears and concerns – I can see things differently now, which helps me to be more positive about the future, whatever that may be" (HOPE programme participant)
More information on the HOPE programme can be found:
|Wednesday 18th April,
ending Wednesday 23rd May
|10:00 - 12:30||6 sessions||Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases, Bath
Upper Borough Walls,