Exclusive To Cancer Survivors & Caregivers:
What if you had unlimited access to cancer experts, resources to make life after cancer easier and a community that "gets it"?
Join the 4-Week Texas Oncology Foundation Virtual Experience to get access to exclusive webinars, mentors, workshops and personalized support
mean to you?
From: Natalie O’Roark, Texas Oncology Foundation Executive Director
What does ‘Cancer Support’ mean for you…?
For everyone it’s different…
For some of you, you’re really going through difficult times, and you’re feeling overwhelmed by the uncertainty and complexities of Covid-19.
You may be a cancer survivor on the other side of treatment… but life just isn’t the same, and you’re not sure why.
And for others of you, you’re looking to find and connect with a community of people who ‘get’ what you’re going through, you just aren’t sure where to begin.
Wherever you find yourself in this journey, I want you to know that you’re supported!
That’s why – for the first time ever – the Texas Oncology Foundation is bringing back some of our favorite Survive & Thrive professionals, experts and workshops for a 4-week ‘Virtual Experience’ that will help cancer survivors and caregivers during difficult times.
And if you’re a cancer patient, survivor or caregiver, YOU’RE INVITED to be a part of it!
Before I share MY GOAL for this ‘virtual experience’ for YOU… let me ask you a few questions…
Would you check YES to any of these questions?
If You Checked Yes To ANY Of The Boxes Above, Then I Want To Personally Invite You To The Texas Oncology Foundation 'Survive And Thrive Virtual Experience!'
Here Is How The 4-Week Virtual Experience Works...
You’ll get access to 4 exclusive, live webinars from some of your favorite Survive & Thrive guest speakers who will help you:
- Manage fear and anxiety during and after treatment
- Use nutrition to support your immune system and fight disease
- Find peace, love and comfort during your most challenging times
- Nurture relationships with rich, meaningful communication
You’ll get up to 4 live workshops that will help you…
- …melt away stress and reboot your mind
- …feel physically and mentally stronger and more energetic
- …create disease-fighting meals that will nourish your body
- …feel good and boost your confidence
You’ll also get access to an exclusive Facebook group where you can meet and interact with other participants like you. In this group, we’ll offer online support led by some of our amazing oncology licensed social workers, Q&A sessions with oncology professionals and a supportive community!
The Virtual Experience costs $25 for the first 50 people who sign up...
This fee covers the program materials that we will be shipping you to use during our 4 weeks together (more on what’s inside below).
This small $25 investment also demonstrates your commitment to the incredible speakers, workshops and community who will be a part of this experience with you.
There's only one catch. Not everyone can join...
Because this is our first ever virtual experience, we are limiting the number of people who can sign up to the first 50.
An intimate group means a better experience for everyone. Our professionals are able to give direct, personalized support to everyone who participates.
So if you think this 4-week experience will benefit you, don’t wait! Sign up today. Only the first 50 people who sign up will get in. Then, we will close down registration for 2020.
In Exchange For That Tiny $25 Investment, You Get ALL Of This:
All For Only $25!
If you're ready for a better life after cancer and want more of the support and resources available to you, then this is the Virtual Experience you HAVE to be a part of...
The Virtual Experience begins Oct 22...
Are yOU ready?
We’re bring back some of your favorite and most engaging Survive & Thrive speakers for an interactive experience you’ll never forget!
Kathryn Hudson, MD
Director of Survivorship, Texas Oncology
19-Year Cervical Cancer Survivor, Chief Visionary at Cervivor
Katie N. Ozuna, LMSW, OSW-C, OPN-CG
Survivorship Navigator and Psychosocial Coordinator, Sarah Cannon
Entrepreneur, 16-year Chronic Leukemia Survivor
Stephanie Broussard, MSSW, LCSW, ACHP-SW
Director of Palliative Care and Social Work, Texas Oncology
David Zuniga, PhD, MDIV, MA
Licensed Psychologist, Writer, Speaker
Nicole Hodac, MS, RDN, CSO, LD
Board Certified Oncology Dietitian, Texas Oncology – Baylor Sammons Cancer Center
Karen Smith, MS, RD, CSO
Manager of Dietary Services,
Meet Your Support
Every participant will have the opportunity to join a weekly online support group with licensed oncology social workers. These morning and afternoon sessions will encourage and support you as you dig deeper into the topics covered each week.
Debbi Newton, LMSW
Debbi is a licensed master’s social worker located at the Texas Oncology sites in Longview, Palestine, Mt. Pleasant, Paris and Greenville. She received a bachelor of social work degree from Eastern Washington University (Cheney, WA), a master of social work degree from Stephen F. Austin University (Nacogdoches, TX) and a master of public administration degree from Capella University. She is currently pursuing her doctorate of social work. Debbi has over 15 years of social work experience and is currently working on her clinical social work license. Debbi assists patients and caregivers through all phases of the cancer experience by providing psychosocial support and knowledge of community resources. She has facilitated numerous support groups in Longview, Mt. Pleasant, and Palestine on coping with a cancer diagnosis, caregiving and grief and loss.
Emily Pearcy, LCSW
Emily is a licensed clinical social worker with extensive experience providing psychosocial oncology and hematology care. Since 2003, Emily has provided supportive care services in both pediatric and adult outpatient oncology settings, as well as through a non-profit organization. She has facilitated numerous support groups and workshops on cancer coping, survivorship, caregiving, and grief & loss. Emily enjoys empowering patients and families by connecting them with the knowledge, resources, and support available to more confidently navigate cancer and blood disorders.
Rebecca Clinton, MBA, LCSW
Rebecca received her Master’s in Social Work in 2009 from the University of Oklahoma. She furthered her education by completing her MBA in Healthcare Administration in 2018. She has extensive experience in counseling psychology, crisis counseling/intervention, grief counseling, family care/therapy, group therapy, and individual counseling. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker Rebecca has several years providing education, identifying financial resources, and promoting advocacy for cancer patients, both inpatient and outpatient services.
Jackeline Castillo, LCSW
Mary Crowley Cancer Research Center
Jackeline is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker at Mary Crowley Cancer Research. Jackie is bi-lingual and has over 15 years of experience in a variety of settings and with diverse clients including adults in various forms of crisis. In her current role she works with patients and their family to help address any barriers or concerns they may face during their cancer diagnosis. Jackie is passionate to educate and inform people about their rights and allow them to make the most informed decision.
The virtual experience starts October 22...
Are yOU ready?
Need More Information Before You Make Your Decision...?
Here's A Week-By-Week Breakdown Of What You'll Get When You Join The Virtual Experience!
October 22, 6-7pm CT
Emcee and Survive & Thrive staple Tamika Felder will open up the virtual experience with Kathryn Hudson, MD, Director of Survivorship with Texas Oncology.
Overcoming Fear & Anxiety After A Cancer Diagnosis
Tamika Felder will lead a roundtable discussion with our awesome team of licensed social workers. Art Therapy Houston will lead a therapeutic workshop to unlock creative outlets for managing stress and uncertainty.
Exploring The Spiritual Side Of Life After Cancer
Licensed psychologist and mindfulness expert David Zuniga, PhD, MDIV, MA will help you discover peace, love and comfort during your most difficult times.
Using Nutrition & Wellness To Fight Disease
Board-certified oncology nutrition expert Nicole Hodac, MS, RDN, CSO, LD, will teach you evidence-based tips and recipes that will help boost your natural immunity and protect yourself against disease.
Communication Tools & Strategies That Improve Your Life & Relationships
Psychosocial survivorship navigator Katie N. Ozuna, LMSW, OSW-C, OPN-CG and digital communications expert Justin Ozuna, a 16-year chronic leukemia survivor, will dive deeper on their previous Survive & Thrive session, “Finding Opportunities When Facing Adversity As A Cancer Survivor.”