Cancer Council Queensland offers a range of information sessions throughout the year, in locations across the state. These sessions are conducted in a supported group environment for people affected by cancer, their carers, partners, friends and families.
Presentations from experienced health professionals cover general information on cancer, treatment options available, survivorship, healthy living, coping tools and support services available.
Register for events, access recordings from previous information sessions, view our podcasts or listen to our audio files
Podcasts & Audio Files
If would like further information about information sessions
- email firstname.lastname@example.org, or
- phone Cancer Council 13 11 20 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday (excluding Public holidays)
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Information Sessions and Registration
New sessions are added throughout the year, so be sure to check back regularly.
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Scanxiety - Coping in between scans
Scanxiety is a common experience that may emerge several weeks before a scan and continue while you are waiting for results.
Join us for an information session to discuss the experience of scanxiety and strategies for coping. We will also tell you about what resources are available to give you support.
Spaces are extremely limited, so BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL.
For more information see the event flyer.
Body Image and Cancer
Join us for a free online webinar for those affected by cancer, your family and friends.
Cancer and its treatment can impact physical appearance as well as how the body works, sometimes permanently.
These changes can cause distress and lead to a loss in confidence. You may find yourself being more aware of how your body looks.
Join us and Dr Charlotte Tottman, Clinical Psychologist, as we talk about managing your body image and learning strategies to cope with changes happening to your body.
Introduction to Mindfulness
Coping with cancer can be demanding, both for your body and mind.
Join us for this session introducing you to mindfulness to help you to manage the demands of cancer.
This session is open to anyone affected by cancer, you, your family and friends.
For more information, please see the event flyer