When you have a chronic medical illness, the changes you experience in your life can challenge your sense of who you are, diminish your quality of life and cause you to question what quality of life is possible for you now.
But, it doesn't have to be that way.
No matter how difficult your circumstances, it is always possible to find a way forward that will help to improve your quality of life.
The goal of this group will be to help each member find alternate ways to live a fulfilling life, taking into account the many challenges created by chronic illness.
In this group, you will have the opportunity to talk with other group members about what it’s like to live with chronic illness, yet the focus will be on more than simply supporting each other, exchanging ideas and sharing stories. You'll also learn things psychologists have discovered about what helps people to live fulfilling lives, and you'll complete exercises that will help you explore ways to apply that knowledge to your own life.
The group will meet via telephone, so location and mobility issues are not a concern.
The group will meet twice a month for a total of 8 sessions. Meeting times will be decided on the basis of group member availability.
TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS GROUP, PLEASE COMPLETE THE FORM ON THE CONTACT PAGE
IN THE MESSAGE AREA OF THE CONTACT FORM, PLEASE INDICATE THAT YOU'RE INTERESTED IN THIS GROUP.
[If you're interested in the group, but can't participate at this point in time, please submit the below form anyway, and let us know that you would like to be contacted when this group is offered again in the future.]