The term “Cancer Survivor”, as defined by Wikipedia, is, “An individual who is considered a cancer survivor from the time of cancer diagnosis through the balance of his or her life.” By that definition, we are cancer survivors from the time of diagnosis until the end of our lives, which could be in 5 days or 50 years. No matter the preference for the term, this coaching program is for those that have either completed cancer treatment, or will be in ongoing treatment for the rest of their lives.

Cancer treatment comes in all shapes and sizes, and the experience each person has with it is unique to them. However, there are some things that are the same for most of us. Coaching for Cancer Survivors is here to address those topics.


“We Rang the Bell…Now What?”

At the end of cancer, we are expected to get back to “normal”. However, that normal now looks different to us. All of a sudden, our relationships might be different, our faith is not the same, our careers may not be our passion, and our finances may have taken a hit. This group coaching program will address all of those concerns and more.

“Living With Stage 4”

Living with stage 4 cancer is different than just dealing with state 4. Sure, there are appointments and medications, but what about everything else? This group coaching program is there to help people with stage 4 cancer live their best lives. We are not meant to just deal with life. We are meant to be blessed and enjoy our lives no matter the circumstances. This program is here to help you live your best life.


1:1 Coaching is available to those that would rather not have the group experience. There are 8 to 12 sessions between just you and Tanya that are tailored to your specific needs. The coaching focuses on your health and wellness, your financial outlook, your relationships, your career, and your faith.