The Living with Uncertainty group programme aims to assist people to develop skills to live well alongside cancer. Changes in detection and treatment mean that people are living longer with cancer. Patients may experience uncertainty in relation to their diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment pathways. For some, this uncertainty can feel manageable. However, for others, it can feel overwhelming and have a negative impact on mood, relationships, hobbies, or work. Sessions are led by a clinical psychologist & facilitator. The groups take place over 6-weekly sessions lasting 2 hours each which are based on a structured psychological approach known as Acceptance & Commitment Therapy. This group programme is suitable for all cancer types.
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