From the day your treatments and surgeries ‘finish’, you’re essentially in the ‘survivorship’ phase of breast cancer. And, despite what many may think, that phase stays with us for the rest of our lives. Finding ways to navigate that survivorship phase are essential, and in this podcast episode psychologist Sue Nash shares her tips and recommendations to help us do this.
CHATTING WITH…Sue Nash
Sue Nash was a breast care nurse for 12-years at the Royal Women’s Hospital in Randwick, Sydney.
With a passion for psychology, Sue continued her studies whilst working at the hospital, and graduated as a psychologist in 2014.
Understandably, Sue has a special interest in working with those following a cancer diagnosis, dealing with the effects of treatments and surgeries, and then the survivorship phase.
Here to talk to us today all about navigating survivorship, please welcome to the podcast, Sue Nash.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
When does ‘survivorship’ begin?
Essentially from the day treatment finishes, for the rest of your life!
Sue’s 10 tips can be found at her blog HERE.
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