Support to adjust to life after primary breast cancer treatment
Join our new two-week online interactive course led by our trained facilitators. Anyone living in the UK can take part. You’ll be able to connect with people who understand. And you’ll find the tools you need to feel more empowered, confident and in control. Ready to move forward with your life.
What to expect at Moving Forward online
How does the online course work?
Our new online course runs over two weeks, with two three-hour sessions. Groups are kept small, with no more than 12-15 people attending, and are facilitated by our expert staff. Our trained volunteers are 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.
Week one: Looking back to move forward. A chance for the group to share common ongoing concerns and discuss the impact of diagnosis and treatment.
- Activity and energy
- Mental wellbeing
- Menopausal symptoms
- Eating well and breast cancer
- Adjusting and adapting
Week two: Setting intentions within a wellbeing framework, we look at the Five Ways to Wellbeing, and what people need to move forward. Supported by a Q&A session with a healthcare professional, and content from your Moving Forward journal.
What people have told us
'The course was fantastic, really informative especially regarding diet, exercise and lymphoedema. The whole course helped me feel more empowered and in control. The body awareness section was extremely helpful.'
'Hearing from others was reassuring that I wasn't alone or the only one who was scared.'
'I think the course would be very helpful for anyone who is anxious and frightened about their life after their breast cancer diagnosis.'
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.