Insights Into Cancer: You Can Heal Your Heart After Cancer
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Free and open to the public
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center Auditorium, B Level Room B130
757 Westwood Plaza
Los Angeles, California 90095
Once a month, the Simms/Mann–UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology presents Insights Into Cancer, a free public lecture series for cancer patients, their families and the community. Each lecture features a leading professional who provides up-to-date information, practical advice and answers to cancer-related questions.
July 15, 2014
You Can Heal Your Heart After Cancer
Based on David Kessler and Louise Hay’s new work, You Can Heal Your Heart as well as David’s well-loved “Bogey Man in the Closet” workshop, David tackled important issues after a cancer diagnosis than arise for many patients and caregivers. Topics will include grieving the cancer free life and finding a new stronger richer life after cancer. David also discuss reducing fears of recurrence as well as understanding that talking about fear of death does not mean giving up, it means living life fully despite cancer.
David Kessler, M.A., is one of the most well-known experts and lecturers on grief and loss today. His first book received praise by Mother Teresa. David also co-authored two books with the legendary Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, On Grief and Grieving and Life Lessons. His new book, You Can Heal Your Heart is with beloved author, Louise Hay. He now serves as a board member on the Farrah Fawcett Foundation and is a frequent guest on the "Dr. Oz" show and a contributing writer on Oprah.com. David has a master’s degree in Health Care Bioethics from LMU and is the founder of Grief.com which is visited for help and inspiration by hundreds of thousands of people in more than 167 countries.
Insights Into Cancer lectures are held in the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center Auditorium, B Level, Room B130, 757 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90095.
UCLA parking is $12 and is wheelchair accessible. Attendees can park in the medical plaza, or take advantage of the valet parking at the front of Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.