Fitness isn't all about physical activity. In order to be in the best shape possible, we also need to improve our emotional health and patterns of thinking. Because a terminal cancer diagnosis can significantly impact mental health, we have invited Susan Ash-Lee to speak to our group about how we can best protect ourselves in this aspect of our lives.
We hope you come to this event with your families and come with the questions that you have in this area of life. We can't wait to see you there.
Sabrina joined the Myeloma Crowd as the Assistant Event Coordinator in 2021. She is currently a Junior at Brigham Young University studying Sociology and Chinese. Sabrina loves finding new ways to help those around her, learning about new cultures, and spending time with her family.
Linnley joined the Myeloma Crowd in January 2020 to share her passion for health. Her husband is a Childhood Cancer Survivor as well as a Cancer Biologist. Finding a cure, better treatments, and balancing life through treatment is a huge passion of their family. She's a mom of an energetic 6-year old, marathon runner, and Ironman finisher- fitness has been a huge part of her life and she loves to share it with others.
As Vice President, Clinical Services and Education of the Cancer Support Community, Susan Ash-Lee, MSW, LCSW, is responsible for all clinical program services, including in-person, telephonic, and digital support, all critical components of the $50 million in free services CSC provides patients and their loved ones each year. Susan earned a Masters Degree in Social Work from the Jane Addams College of Social Work at the University of Illinois at Chicago and her Bachelors Degree in English from Westmont College. She holds a Clinical Social Work license in both Colorado and California.
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