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These seminars** are designed for practitioners working with holistic therapies who wish to increase their knowledge of cancer and how to support people through treatment and recovery. Spaces are limited to 12 practitioners.
**Wednesday July 20th 2pm to 6pm
This seminar will look at the effects of cancer treatment on the individual physically and holistically and how to build a programme for support and recovery.
**Thursday September 8th – 2pm to 6pm
This seminar will look specifically at the underlying influences which can contribute to the development of cancer, how we can analyse those and what we can do to eradicate them.
§ These seminars will look in greater depth at the main individual cancers. We will look at how they function metabolically and what contributes to their development. Integrative Support through Chemotherapy, Radiotherapy and Hormone therapy.Moving on to integrative strategies we can use to influence recovery.
Hormone Related Breast Cancer
14 July 14.00 to 18.00
11th August 14.00 to 20.00
15th September 14.00 to 20.00
22nd September 14.00 to 20.00
All seminars will be held at the Medela Centre in Derbyshire.
Price £40.00 each including refreshments.
The Medela Centre is conveniently located 10 mins from junction 29 of the M1 and 15 mins from Chesterfield and Alfreton Railway stations .
Medela centre, Coney Green Farm, Market Street, Clay Cross Derbyshire S45 9NE Tel: 0114 360 8188
Please contact Hayley@canceroptions.co.uk to book your place.
Posted by FHT Nottingham LSG on behalf of Treetops Hospice Care
“This is a fantastic event and we always have brilliant feedback from everyone who comes. However, we wouldn’t be able to do it without the kind support of the volunteer therapists helping us raise awareness and fundraise for the Hospice.
If you are interested in volunteering as a therapist at this event, please contact Hannah – details below.
You will need to complete the Treetops PAMPER DAY Therapists booking form
The treatments we do are Reiki, Reflexology, Manicure, Pedicure, Facial, Indian head Massage and Neck and Back Massage.
The event runs from 9-4.30pm, with the first treatment at 9.30am. You can choose to either work the morning which treatment slots run from 9.30am to 12.30pm or the afternoon from 1pm until 4pm. Or all day!!
There will be 5 clients in the morning and 5 in the evening, unless we manage to get a lot of therapists, then we can reduce this amount. As you are volunteering your time to us, you can choose when you take a break, as long as you let your client/ next client know.
We break for lunch at 12.30pm, where we provide complementary food for both customers and therapists, this will be a buffet type lunch, if you have any special requirements please put them on the booking form.
As a registered charity we are largely self-funded and rely on support like yours within the local community. Treetops Hospice Care provides free respite and palliative care for adults in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. It costs £3.2 million a year to run the hospice and the majority of that money comes from charitable donations and fundraising events.
In 2014 we opened the new Cheetham Centre on the grounds of the hospice, which will make a perfect venue for the treatments so we hope to make this the most successful event to date.
We wanted to let everyone have the date nice and early before diaries start getting booked up, so hopefully you will be available.
Without YOU we wouldn’t be able to put on this event and raise vital funds for the hospice.
I look forward to your reply.
Community & Events Fundraiser (West), Treetops Hospice Care, Derby Road, Risley, Derbyshire, DE72 3SS
Tele: 01159 496931
Jayne and I are extremely proud to be the winners of the very first
“(Joint) LSG Co-ordinator of the Year”
It was hard to keep the news to ourselves, but we were sworn to secrecy until the awards were announced on the weekend of the FHT Congress.
Jacky went to the FHT Training Congress and Gala Awards Dinner at the Holiday Inn at Stratford-on-Avon on 5th/6th September 2015 to receive the award from Paul Battersby, FHT Vice-President, and was pleased that Caroline Bradley, Ros and John Elderkin and Julie Payne joined her to celebrate in fine style.
SPEECH AT THE AWARDS DINNER
“This award is for an LSG Coordinator or Joint-Coordinators who have supported the FHT, local like-minded members, other therapists and the public, through meetings, events and other activities. It goes without saying that ALL of our coordinators do a fantastic job, but this award was introduced so that those attending local meetings could show their gratitude for the support their own LSG coordinators provide, all on a completely voluntary basis.
From the very first LSG meeting held by Jacky and Jayne back in 2007, the group has continued to enjoy a wide range of talks, activities and support provided by these two coordinators.
Just to give you a flavour, they have arranged for industry experts to present to the group; shared and celebrated the achievements of individual group members; arranged treatment swaps; organised therapy taster sessions at local events and festivals; provided talks and demonstrations at local colleges and libraries; organised trips to exhibitions and conferences, and training opportunities especially for the group; and organised social events, including trips to a meditation garden and an annual Christmas meal. As practising therapists in their own right, Jacky and Jayne are both highly motivated and an inspiration to the group.”
Jacky and Jayne say “It is a tribute to the continued support of members which encourages us to keep striving to run an active Local Support Group in Nottinghamshire.
We both fervently believe that having such a network is very important for therapists to feel part of the bigger (in fact, biggest Complementary Therapy professional) organisation.
To be able to regularly meet other like-minded therapists, share information and continue our professional development in a convenient location, helps us feel supported and less isolated, as many of us may work alone.”
Our delicious dinner was accompanied by, very strangely – a growing number of bottles of wine!!
Also on our table was Paul Battersby, his wife, Linda Jacobs (commended FHT LSG Coordinator – just after one year in operation) and a fellow member, plus our Nottingham cohort, accompanied by John Elderkin a stalwart supporter at meetings and events