Sexuality and intimacy after cancer

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Location:  Webinar

Program: Online

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Many people experience changes to intimate and sexual aspects of their lives after a cancer diagnosis and treatment. Depending on what treatments you have there are various ways to manage the side effects. You can also find support to cope with your feelings about changes to your sex life. Dr Wendy Vanselow is the head of the Royal Women's Hospital's Sexual Counselling Clinic. Wendy will discuss practical strategies to assist us to communicate about sexuality, and to build sexual confidence and enhance intimate relationships after cancer.

This session is for any woman undergoing or recovering from cancer, whatever your relationship status or sexuality. Women only session.

Wendy Vanselow is Head of Psychosexual Medicine at Royal Women’s Hospital, and a Clinical Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of Melbourne. She has a background in women's health General Practice. Since 2001 Wendy has been a clinical consultant at the Royal Women’s Hospital in the fields of menopause, premenstrual disorders, family planning and sexual counselling. She provides specialised sexual counselling for women with vulval disorders and cancer. Wendy set up the Oncology Sex and Relationship clinic in 2006 in response to the needs of gynaecological oncology patients, and now consults with the Menopause Symptoms after Cancer Clinic.


Register for the Sexuality and intimacy after cancer webinar via our Eventbrite listing here

Registrations for this session close at 5pm Tuesday 13 September.

Last Updated: 5 September, 2022 9:45 am