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Our face-to-face course runs over two half day sessions for people who have finished their active, hospital based treatment. Through supportive, open conversations in a safe, confidential space, you’ll connect with people who understand, and you’ll find the tools you need to feel more empowered, confident and in control. The sessions are supported by a Moving Forward journal and online content, giving you the opportunity to find the information and resources that are right for you.
What to expect at a Moving Forward face-to-face course
About the course
Courses run over 2 weeks, with 2, 3.5 hour sessions run by one of our expert facilitators. Groups are kept small, with no more than 12-15 people attending. We also have our trained volunteers on hand to welcome you, and share their own experience of a breast cancer diagnosis and treatment. Everyone is encouraged to participate in a way that suits them. The course is supported by online resources and our Moving Forward journal.
What people have told us
'Just meeting others who have been through similar experiences is really beneficial. Thoroughly enjoyed it! Useful and fun.'
'Just didn't realise how much I needed the time to be able to reflect and acknowledge what I had been through. Thank you for providing this time and expertise to help complete my cancer journey.'
'I have really enjoyed coming along and meeting other women who are in a similar situation as myself. It's been very beneficial listening to their own personal experiences.'
'Excellent couple of days met fabulous people, put everything into perspective. The future looks so much brighter. Thank you'
Moving Forward booklet
Read our Moving Forward booklet for more information on our Moving Forward course as well as support and information managing the effects of treatment and relationship guidance.
Find a face-to-face course
Find out if there is a face to face course in your area and register.
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Find out how Moving Forward gives patients the tools to help adjust to life beyond primary breast cancer treatment.