The New Me...

Sunday, September 23, 2018 6:30 PM

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After treatment for breast cancer, women return to their families and communities as changed beings. Yet, how does each woman adapt to and create this “new me”? Where does she envision herself as the healed woman she is? Where does she acknowledge the  transformation of her life after treatment?  How does she create the community needed to address these and other issues? How does she reinvent herself as a person affected by cancer?  What does wellness mean now?
Rolling Ridge in partnership with the Center for Mind Body Medicine (  will present a series of 6 sessions, in which  a safe and confidential community will be developed,  asking questions and offering skills that can help begin answering these and other questions. Each session begins with a simple meditation, then “check-in” where we explore what is being carried in our bodies and bring these thoughts and emotions into the circle. 
There is no cost for the six sessions. 
A weekly free will offering is appreciated.
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Smith-Purdon Fund
Sunday Evenings from 6:30pm-8:30pm
Session Dates:  September 23 & 30, October 14, 21, and 28, November 4. 
These workshops will be offered in the new CSL meeting space here at Rolling Ridge.  Call for assistance.

About the leader(s)

Suetta Tenney

Dr. Suetta Tenney has practiced Internal Medicine and Integrative Medicine for 33 years.
She has facilitated Mind-Body groups and formed communities of leaning and healing, which create a confidential group and teach simple, enjoyable skills that increase our opportunities for self-insight and allow us to work through and transform some beliefs and emotions which have previously kept us stuck. She is certified and has completed an Internship with the Center for Mind Body Medicine.