DCF Team provide well-being support for young people affected by Cancer, through our programmes of short courses.
The Right Track Project aims to develop positive emotions through improved confidence, access to social support, increased self-esteem and activities that promote happiness and well-being.
The 6 week course (for young people aged 12-19) covers the following:
- Healthy lifestyles
- Relationships with family and friends
- Goal setting and action planning
- Identifying your strengths
- Life resilience
- Stress management
- Communication skills
For more information on the next Right Track Project, go to our Events page: Upcoming Events
DCF will also work in partnership with other specialist agencies in offering 1 to 1 sessions for individuals who feel they will benefit more from smaller group sessions. Possible outcomes could include:
- More hopeful about the future
- Reduced depression
- Reduced anxiety
- More positive mental well-being
DCF team will run creative workshops including Art and Creative Writing offering young people an opportunity for self-expression and a setting in which to talk and bond with other young people affected by Cancer who share similar experiences.
You don’t need to be able to draw or write, a creative workshop is a form of emotional support that can be helpful to young people who are struggling with difficult and challenging situations.