Is medical treatment enough for getting over Cancer?

Dealing with cancer requires support beyond the physical treatment. Some articles of the Daily Express (08/08/19, page 7) refer the cases of two TV personalities affected by cancer. One is the BBC newsreader Jane Hill, the other is the Casualty actress Amanda Mealing. In the two cases there is an overview of their experience with … Continue reading Is medical treatment enough for getting over Cancer?

Cancer Coaching. Reflections.

Your Choice Coach was featured in the Cancer Coaching Community's e-book, "My Life My Way: How coaching enables you to take back your life after cancer" Check out the article, and click through to read the full publication. You can read the full e-book here: CCC E BOOK - compilation V11

At the International Annual NLP Conference 2019

An excellent NLP conference ended successfully yesterday night. I presented the topic "Is NLP useful for a cancer patient to re-build their map of the world", which was very warmly received by a very interested audience. Thanks for your encouraging words of support and your enthusiatic participation! I will be publishing the presentation slides and … Continue reading At the International Annual NLP Conference 2019

We need more cancer coaches to support people affected by cancer!

We need more coaches who are dedicated to the incredible human task of supporting people affected by cancer. This is the link to the International Conference on NLP which will be held in 2019. I will be having a "hands-on session" which I hope will encourage more coaches to get into the field of Cancer … Continue reading We need more cancer coaches to support people affected by cancer!

Children looking after parents… How difficult could it be?

The Old Vic is showing a very emotional play at the moment. “A Monster Calls” is a brief story of a boy, Conor, whose mum is very sick with cancer. He is looking after himself and his mum, he is also bullied at school and isolated from the rest of the world as a consequence … Continue reading Children looking after parents… How difficult could it be?