With Carole O'Toole, Integrative Navigation Director
- Tuesday, February 24, 12:30-1:30pm
Please note that this program has been canceled. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope to see you next month.
Join Carole O’Toole, Smith Center’s Director of Integrative Navigation, for an informal conversation about how to take the best possible care of yourself when you’ve been diagnosed with cancer. Each month, Carole will share her practical wisdom and answer your questions about selecting your medical and complementary practitioners, understanding and choosing complementary therapies, how to advocate for yourself, and how to access your own healing process. Come early or stay late and relax in our comfortable “nook” area, where you can enjoy a cup of tea, browse our library books, and connect with others.
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About Carole O’Toole
Carole O’Toole serves as the Director of Smith Center’s Institute for Integrative Oncology Navigation. She designed Smith Center’s innovative model for cancer navigation which she has shared with hundreds of healthcare professionals nationally through lectures and an annual training program. Prior to her work at Smith Center, Carole was a Patient Navigator at Suburban Hospital and ran a private integrative cancer care navigation practice. Carole has been a survivor of advanced cancer since 1994. She has written two books on integrative cancer care: “Cancer Community Healing Network” and “Healing Outside the Margins,” and continues to work with individual clients at Smith Center to guide them through their treatment and survivorship in a holistic and comprehensive way.