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Those elements and sources of meaning that contribute to their sense of identity) after cancer are strikingly constant and similar to their identity before cancer. Therapists should attend to these themes and highlight them as characteristics that are authentic and immutable to the patients’ sense of self despite the experience of cancer. ). These roles are often anchored in physical “actions” that define the role, typically such actions as working to financially support the family, sexual intimacy, playing football with a teenage son.
It is a program that we have developed that is inspired by the work of Viktor Frankl, the author of Man’s Search for Meaning and a number of other books on the subject of finding a sense of meaning in life. We’ll be meeting for eight weekly sessions in which we’ll be discussing the concept of meaningfulness and how people find a sense of meaning and purpose both in general and also specifically in relation to having a diagnosis of cancer. Terms like “meaning” and “purpose” can be rather vague, which is why we will include some specific exercises as well as a lot of discussion of the concepts that come up and how they relate to people’s actual experiences.
By the end of Session 3, group members should have a solid understanding of “the legacy that has been given” to them (via: past familial upbringing, family values, meaningful relationships and memories that have shaped their lives). Group Check-In Welcome members back to the third session of meaning-centered group therapy. Begin the session by briefly checking in to see how members are doing personally and medically since the last session. This short session check-in should last no longer than ten minutes.