Have you or a loved one been diagnosed with cancer?

Do you wonder what you should do and where to turn to for answers?

Do you struggle with overwhelming emotions and long for a safe-haven?

For years, we’ve all heard about the “war against cancer.” We’ve been given words like, “overcoming,” “enduring,” and “survivor” to encourage us to fight; to not give up despite the plethora of challenges cancer patients face.


What if you could tap into an incredible resource which opens the door to your inner strength and guides you through this scary insane journey? What if you could look forward to a brighter tomorrow?

Join Dr. Charley Ferrer, a breast and thyroid cancer patient herself, as she discusses a new approach to living with cancer and its various side effects. Discover how to create the life you desire despite cancer challenges. You’ll delight in her candid and often humorous description of her experiences as she’s struggled with breast cancer and then thyroid cancer. Let Dr. Charley help you reclaim your inner strength and laughter to become a cancer Tamer not just a survivor.

It’s time to stop surviving and start thriving
because you shouldn’t be at war with your body!

A little about Dr. Charley Ferrer:
Dr. Charley Ferrer is a world renowned Clinical Sexologist and award-winning author. After being diagnosed with breast cancer and experiencing first-hand the frustration and fears associated with this disease, she established the Cancer Tamer Foundation. Its mission is to provide education, information and inspiration to women and their loved ones. She also hosts the Cancer Tamer TV Talk Show. Her new book, Breast Cancer: From Diagnosis to Surgery provides valuable information on what you should know but aren’t told about breast cancer and ways to navigate the hurdles thrown your way.

Please contact us anytime to discuss this or any other workshop further as well as the possibility of Growth & Wellness Support Groups and our upcoming Body Love Retreat


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