Let's Relax: How Emotional Health and Social Support Contributes to Cancer Prevention & Survivorship
online education series via Zoom
Cancer Prevention & Survivorship
ONLINE HEALTH EDUCATION SERIES
Presented by Complementary Cancer Care in honor of Cancer Prevention Month
6 - 7 PM ONLINE via ZOOM
Feb 23rd ~ Let's Relax: How Emotional Health and Social Support Contributes to Strength of Immune System and Well-Being
Anxiety, depression, confusion, sadness, and anger, are common emotions to us all in times of stress. Psychologist Dr. Nancy McKay will talk with us about how we can take control of our mental and emotional health and build our support system, which can contribute to the strength of our immune system and well-being. In addition, our loved ones get a "cancer" too, as they have the same issues we have from a different perspective. We need their support, but also can offer some comfort to them as well.
Register to receive Zoom link by email: www.compcancercare.org
Presented by Complementary Cancer Care, INC a 501(c)3 nonprofit offering free non-medical services to people dealing with cancer in Brevard County by offering the tools to connect, support, educate, and empower on their road to healing.
Dr. Nancy MacKay is a licensed clinical psychologist. She graduated with a degree in psychology from Mercer University in Atlanta, Georgia. She received a Master's degree in Psychology from the University of Richmond in Virginia, where she was awarded a full assistantship. She earned a Doctor of Psychology degree from the Florida Institute of Technology. While at FIT she volunteered as a rape crisis counselor for the Sexual Assault Victims Services agency. Dr. MacKay was able to develop advanced expertise for individual therapy, psychodiagnostics, and psycholoical testing at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Biloxi, Mississippi.
Date & Time
February 23, 2021
6:00PM - 7:00PM
Zoom Online Event Online Online 34983 FL US https://www.mynaturalawakenings.com/businesses/fl-online-zoom-online-event
FREE to cancer survivors & caregivers