25 Jul 2017

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Breast Cancer Foundation

Join us at the 5th session of Breast Cancer Foundation Education and Empowerment Programme 3 (BEEP 3)  workshop!

Learn through experiential exercises and role plays on how to better provide emotional and psychological support for women diagnosed with breast cancer.

*For more information, please contact Tarin Ong at tel. 69334738 or email

Conducted by:

Dr Elizabeth Nair, PHD
Work & Health Psychologists (WHP)


Volunteers and staff who are supporting survivors or women diagnosed with breast cancer at any of the following entities in Singapore:

– Breast Clinics
– Hospitals
– Polyclinics

Topics include:

– Mindfulness
– Perceptions and behaviours
– Existential dilemmas
– Body image concerns
– Communicating with women diagnosed with breast cancer


BEEP is an integrated programme conducted through workshops tailored for different members of all walks of life who may be affected by the diagnosis of breast cancer, or play an important role in the journey of affected women:

  1. Survivors and Patients
  2. Caregivers and Family Members
  3. Volunteers and Staff of Voluntary Welfare Organisations and Hospital Clinics
  4. Corporations and Human Resource Professionals

Sharing sessions are held by professionals such as dieticians, medical doctors and exercise trainers to educate and empower members with the knowledge and skills to build a more supportive environment for women diagnosed with breast cancer.

Programmes are also provided for advocates and counsellors where a Certificate of Completion accredited by BCF will be awarded upon successful completion of the full programme.

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