How Organisations Can Better Support Cancer Survivors

Individuals often experience an absence of support once medical appointments and treatments have ended, and the family support unit returns to their day to day lives. Completing cancer treatment is a significant accomplishment, but it’s often also a period of great uncertainty and fear.

Once cancer treatment sessions are complete, key members of the support system may go back to their regular lives, leaving the cancer survivor to struggle through the trauma of the experience on their own. It’s very common, during this time, that individuals first begin to process what has happened and ask yourself, what happens next?

In response, it becomes imperative for workplace wellness providers, employers, healthcare insurance providers, and cancer treatment providers to offer cancer survivorship programmes. Offering the right programme will help to guide survivors in adjusting their lifestyles for a healthier future. Picture this – an introductory call with a specialist Cancer Coach, conducting a lifestyle analysis and paving the way for subsequent weeks of expert guidance across seven core health topics: Nutrition, Behaviour Change, Stress Management, Exercise, Sleep, Gut Health, and Protection from Toxins.

An effective programme seamlessly intertwines One-on-One Cancer Coaching with an online Anti-Cancer Lifestyle Community and Programme. This not only provides survivors with a safety net but also facilitates connections with others undergoing the transition from treatment to recovery. The emphasis here is not just on the immediate post-treatment phase but on forging a path towards long-term recovery.

Completing cancer treatment is undeniably a milestone, yet it marks not the end but the beginning of a survivor’s journey. To reduce the risk of recurrence and improve overall health, behavioural and lifestyle changes are indispensable. The statistics paint a stark reality – cancer survivors are more likely to face poor health and chronic conditions, coupled with enduring psychological struggles.

Enter the Tree of Life Anti-Cancer Lifestyle Community and Programme, a beacon guiding survivors through seven expertly crafted modules focusing on key elements of an anti-cancer lifestyle to help survivors to reduce the risk of cancer recurrence: Stress management and Emotional Well-being, Growth and Behaviour Change, Nutrition, Exercise and Movement, Sleep, Gut Health, Digestion and Elimination, and Protection from Toxins – these modules break down the overwhelming task of making lifestyle changes into manageable, actionable steps.

From identifying core values and becoming stress-savvy in Module 1, developing a trunk for sustainable change in Module 2, to sprouting branches for nutrition, exercise, and sleep in Modules 3, 4, and 5 – the programme builds a comprehensive foundation for living an anti-cancer lifestyle. Module 6 refines the journey by enhancing gut health, digestion, and elimination, and Module 7 empowers survivors to protect their newfound lifestyle from toxins.

The Tree of Life programme isn’t just a self-guided course; it’s a support system. An online community forms a vital emotional safety net, connecting survivors with like-minded individuals and professional health coaches. Sharing fears, doubts, and questions becomes a communal experience, reducing the sense of isolation that often accompanies the transition out of treatment.

The journey towards an anti-cancer lifestyle is ongoing, and Tree of Life stands as a steadfast companion, offering not just modules but a pathway to reflection and personalised planning. As survivors progress through the programme, each completed module opens the door to the next, reinforcing the commitment to long-term well-being.

In the vast landscape of wellness providers, EAPs, insurers, and cancer treatment providers, the need is clear – extend support beyond the treatment room. The Cancer Coach™ and the Tree of Life programme do more than merely address physical ailments, they champion holistic well-being. It’s not just a service; it is a pledge to guide survivors towards a healthier, more resilient future..

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🌿 Join the Tree of Life Anti-Cancer Lifestyle Community and Coaching Programme, designed to empower people at every phase of cancer — 💪 Prevention 🏥 Diagnosis and Treatment 🌈 Survivors 🤗 Caregivers — to gather tools, create a solid foundation of health, and live in alignment with your well-being goals! 🌳

Tree of Life is a new health, lifestyle, and anti-cancer community and programme that stands against a growing culture of chronic illness and reduced quality of life. It’s revolutionary because it combines Behaviour Change with The Anticancer Super 6™ — Stress Management, Nutrition, Exercise, Sleep, Gut Health, and Protection from Toxins — to help you improve your quality of life. 🌟

Learn more and sign-up for free here to gain access to 👥 Community Forums, 📅 Inspiring Instructor-led Events, your own 📓 Private Journal, and Module 1 of the anti-cancer lifestyle programme with 1 hour 16 mins of educational 💡 Informative lesson videos, 181 📝 Workbook exercises, 🧐 Knowledge check, 47 🔧 Toolkit 📖 Knowledge Base resources, and 🎓 Professional Health Coaches.

Alternatively, if you’re researching on behalf of an organisation, see how Tree of Life can serve your organisation, book a demo for your organisation today.

Our Cancer Coaching and Tree of Life programmes are beneficial to any individual who has been affected by cancer, including patients undergoing treatment, survivors, caregivers, and people pursuing cancer prevention.

Our programmes are also designed to meet the needs of employers, insurers, workplace wellness providers, and employee assistance programmes who want to offer dedicated cancer and wellness services to their clients, customers, and employees.

Written by James Walters

Community Manager at the Tree of Life Anti-Cancer Lifestyle Community and Programme and The Cancer Coach Cancer wellness and coaching programmes for Individuals, Workplace Wellness Providers & EAPs, Insurers, Employers, and Cancer Treatment Providers.

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