Young Adult Brain Tumor Support Group
Are you aged 18-early 40s, living with a brain tumor? Would you like to gather monthly to meet with your peers? You are invited to join the monthly online peer-led UCSF Young Adult Brain Tumor Support Group.
This is a safe and welcoming place for you to authentically express yourself, build resilience, and feel empowered to live your best life with the support of your peers. This group strives to offer advocacy, community, and hope, and is facilitated by your peers who know what it’s like to live with a brain cancer diagnosis as a young adult.
This group is open to non-UCSF patients as well. We will meet monthly, on the last Thursday of each month, from 6:30 - 8:00 pm. Registration link.
About the Facilitators:
Katie lives in San Francisco and works in clinical research at UCSF. She finds solace in the idiosyncratic beauty of the city, and when she is not working, she is walking in the Presidio, baking, or curled up with a good book. She is passionate about advancing sustainability in healthcare and being the kindest version of herself.
Dace has worked in a variety of industries as a young adult (hospitality, technology sales, event photography, etc). The one thing that has tied them all together is people. As a lifelong learner, he is committed to developing resilience by leaning in with curiosity and learning to embody a growth mindset no matter the circumstance. He enjoys surfing, music of every conceivable kind, and the quiet comfort of extended time with Mother Nature.
Sponsored by the UCSF Sheri Sobrato Brisson Brain Cancer Survivorship Program.