Breast Cancer Conference

Honoring Love: A Journey to Intimacy

You're Invited to the 2nd Annual Breast Cancer Conference

Breast Cancer Conference : Intimacy and Body Image 2024

Saturday June 22, 2024

9:30 am - 4:30 pm

Karen Gail Conference Center

9750 S. 300 W., Sandy, UT

Back by popular demand, we're thrilled for you to join us on Saturday, June 22, 2024, for this truly special event. This all-inclusive conference is dedicated to supporting breast cancer survivors in navigating the challenges of maintaining a positive body image and intimacy post-diagnosis. Whether you're single, in a relationship, or anywhere in between, this event is for you.

$10 In-Person // $5 Virtual // FREE for Alumni Army Members

Come be a part of a unique gathering focused on empowerment, education, and connection. Together, let's honor love and embark on a journey to intimacy.

June 22, 2024 Agenda

9:30-10:00 am
10:00-10:05 am
10:05-10:45 am
10:50-11:35 am
*11:40-12:40 pm
*12:45-2:00 pm
*2:00-3:00 pm
2:00-3:00 pm
*3:00-4:00 pm
3:00-4:00 pm
*4:30 pm
Role of Pelvic Floor PT in Sexual Health Post-Cancer Treatments - Natasha Fett, PT, DPT
Understanding Hormones and Various Treatments - Shauna Leonard, PA
*The Impact of Breast Cancer on Sexual Health - Jordan Rullo, PhD, ABPP, CST
*Lunch and Exhibitors (Lunch and beverages included)
*Partners Breakout: Lean on Me - Gottman Skills to Survive Breast Cancer as a Couple - Jordan Rullo, PhD, ABPP, CST
Survivors Breakout: Reclaiming Intimacy: Ignite the Spark and Be the Most Empowered You - Stephanie Morgan, MA, Sexual Wellness Educator and Advocate
*Partners Breakout: Ask a Sex Therapist Q&A - Jessica Holfeltz, LCMHC, M.S.
Survivors Breakout: Grief - Julia Moench-Parent, CMHC
*Optional Offsite Dinner to continue meaningful conversations and just for fun! (extra cost, must RSVP during registration)

*Partners welcome to attend sessions with an asterisk. All other sessions are intended for Cancer Survivors/Thrivers only, please.

2024 Presenters

Julia Moench-Parent, CMHC
Jessica Holfeltz, LCMHC, M.S.
Jordan Rullo, PhD, ABPP
Natasha Fett, PT, DPT
shauna leonard
Shauna Leonord, PA
Stephanie Morgan, MA

2023 Sexy Talk: Taking Back the "O" after Breast Cancer

It's normal to feel a little "out of whack" with your body after your breast cancer diagnosis and treatment. It's ok to have concerns about sexuality and it's ok to feel less comfortable with your body now. Your body may look and/or feel different, and even if you haven't had surgery - other treatments including chemotherapy and hormone therapy change your hormone levels and may affect your sexual interest and response.

These feelings are 100% normal. You are NOT alone!

2023 Breast Cancer Conference


5445 S. Highland Drive
Suite 5
Salt Lake City, UT 84117


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