As a cancer survivor, I know that life after treatment can bring uncertainty and loneliness that others cannot understand. I also know it is possible to move forward with confidence, clarity, and strength.

Moving on after a cancer diagnosis can be incredibly lonely and confusing as you try to heal your body, repair your spirit, and figure out “what’s next.” Support from friends, family, and doctors can be strong in the beginning but start to fade as you transition away from treatment.

You may feel lonely because even your closest family and friends are unable to understand why you can’t just “go back to normal” or be who you were before cancer. You yourself may be feeling unsettled with the changes you have gone through as a result of your illness. Changes that may have you confused about who you are now and if you still want the same things you did before you got sick. On top of those feelings of isolation and confusion, you may be scared of the cancer returning or of not being able to live up to what you feel like you “should be” as a survivor.

Are you struggling with the transition to life after treatment?

If you are feeling this loneliness, isolation, confusion, or fear, it can cause you to feel stuck. Like you don’t want to go backwards, but you are afraid or uncertain of going forward. It’s possible you may find yourself spending a lot of time in this phase of transition not knowing where you are going or what you want - and too scared to be excited about the future. 

You may be asking yourself:
  • How can I take control of my health?
  • Who am I now?
  • Do I deserve to want more or should I just be thankful that I survived?
  • What DO I really want?
  • How can I move forward in my health?

Returning back to normal can feel anything but normal when you’ve changed inside and out in ways you have only begun to recognize. What once mattered may not be important anymore, yet you might not know how to take steps to live a life aligned with your newfound priorities and perspectives. You may find yourself living by default of who you were before and what others expect of you or being so paralyzed by fear, rather than pursuing what you truly desire.

You are worthy of prioritizing YOU. Yes, at your core, you may feel the cliche that life is short, and that is all the more reason to get busy living the life you want. Emerge from cancer as your best self.

Are you feeling stuck in a limbo between being a cancer patient and a survivor?


Want to learn more?

You are worthy of every dream you have, and I can help you learn the tools and techniques to achieve them. I can help you figure out what you want from life after your cancer diagnosis and how to achieve it, as well as how to combat the fears that may be holding you back from going after it.

I have been in your shoes and experienced the myriad of conflicting emotions you are going through. The good news is that the answers to where you go next are within you, and I can help you find them. I can help you do more than just survive your cancer. I can help you thrive in your life.

Are you ready to start thriving instead of just surviving?


Move forward with confidence

As a health and wellness coach, I will lead you through an empowering process to: 
  • Identify your wellness goals and desires
  • Determine who you need to be to achieve them
  • Help you overcome the obstacles holding you back from achieving them

Utilizing a coaching methodology developed specifically for cancer survivors and an individualized approach, our work together will take into account all of the unique aspects of your specific cancer journey and how you can emerge from it as an even stronger, more vibrant version of yourself. 

I work with you in weekly virtual 1:1 sessions to help you identify a clear vision for your life, an inspiring goal that is important to you, and coach you through making progress on that goal. Through these milestones, you will learn the tools and techniques that can help you every single day for the rest of your life. I will help you thrive!

How I help you thrive.


Want to learn more?

Many years of practice thinking you do not deserve better or more will lead you to not feel fulfilled, purposeful, and confident. However, you CAN retrain your brain to embolden your self-worth. And when you do, real positive change results throughout all areas of your life- your relationships with your spouse and children, other family members, your work, health of your mind and body.

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