Concord, NH

Concord, NH
The Anticancer Lifestyle Program at Concord Hospital

In 2011, Concord Hospital’s Payson Center for Cancer Care launched the Anticancer Lifestyle Program, a 12-week lifestyle transformation program for cancer survivors. Our mission is to help you understand what your lifestyle changes should be, how to make them, and why they are so important.

250 Pleasant Street, Concord, NH, 03301
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Staff
  • Judith Abbe, APRN Mindset
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    Judith Abbe, APRN

    Judith Abbe, APRN

    Mindset

    Judith Abbe, APRN is a Family Nurse Practitioner, certified in Holistic Nursing. She has had training in mindfulness and is a registered yoga teacher. She provides primary care at Pleasant St. Family Medicine, and believes that food is good medicine.

  • Lynne Avery, RN, BSN Fitness
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    Lynne Avery, RN, BSN

    Lynne Avery, RN, BSN

    Fitness

    Lynne Avery, RN, BSN is a Health Promotion Nurse at the Concord Hospital Center for Health Promotion. She also has a Health fitness specialist certification from the American College of Sports Medicine. Lynne’s focus has been working with individuals, as well as groups, incorporating activity and lifestyle changes for better health and well- being.

  • Katrina Brow, DPT Fitness
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    Katrina Brow, DPT

    Fitness

    Katrina Brow, DPT is a Physical Therapist at Concord Hospital. A graduate of Thomas Jefferson, she is STAR certified (Survivorship Training and Rehabilitation), which is designed to present a multi-disciplinary approach to the rehabilitation of cancer patients throughout all stages of their treatment.

  • Deborah Clark, MA, MSC Group Facilitator
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    Deborah Clark, MA, MSC

    Deborah Clark, MA, MSC

    Group Facilitator

    Deborah Clark, MA, MSC is the Spiritual Care Manager at Concord Hospital. She is an Ordained Interfaith Minister and Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor who works with patients and families individually and in groups. She is also a Reiki Master and uses this and other complementary modalities in her clinical work.

  • Adrianna Crooker Catlin, LICSW Group Facilitator and Change
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    Adrianna Crooker Catlin, LICSW

    Adrianna Crooker Catlin, LICSW

    Group Facilitator and Change

    Adrianna Crooker Catlin, LICSW is an oncology social worker at Concord Hospital Payson Center for Cancer Care, and as part of that role facilitates cancer support groups.

  • Mary Danca, MD Mindset
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    Mary Danca, MD

    Mary Danca, MD

    Mindset

    Mary Danca, MD is a practicing obstetrician/gynecologist on the faculty at the NH Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency where she brings mindfulness to her own clinical practice and to the training of the family medicine residents. She also leads mindfulness programs for providers on the Concord Hospital staff and has taught Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction classes at the Center for Health Promotion.

  • Deborah de Moulpied, MEd Environment
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    Deborah de Moulpied, MEd

    Deborah de Moulpied, MEd

    Environment

    Deborah de Moulpied, MEd is the founder and previous owner of Bona Fide Green Goods, a healthy and green living lifestyle store. For years Deborah was a Certified Athletic Trainer and very active in the health and fitness profession. Teaching about home toxins brings together her two passions, the environment and health. Deborah is a frequent speaker and writer on environmental toxins and ways to reduce exposure to toxins commonly found in the home.

  • Bill Gunn, PhD Change
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    Bill Gunn, PhD

    Bill Gunn, PhD

    Change

    Bill Gunn, PhD has been a faculty member at the NH/Dartmouth Family Practice Residency for the past 13 years and holds a clinical appointment at Dartmouth Medical School. He has co-authored two books about the integration of mental health and physical health and coordinates the behavioral health curriculum for the residents. He is a licensed psychologist in New Hampshire and an approved supervisor with American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.

  • Traci Komorek, RD Diet
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    Traci Komorek, RD

    Traci Komorek, RD

    Diet

    Traci Komorek, RD is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian working per diem for the Payson Center. In addition she owns her own business Fresh Roots Nutrition LLC where she specializes in wellness, disease prevention and lifestyle changes. She enjoys making healthy eating fun for the whole family. She is passionate about whole organic foods and likes to really see where her food comes from. She has an office in Concord and does worksite wellness programs for companies around the Concord area.

  • Janet Lehoullier, PTO Fitness
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    Janet Lehoullier, PTO

    Janet Lehoullier, PTO

    Fitness

    Janet Lehoullier, PTO, Certified Lymphedema Therapist, Clinical II  earned her Associate in Science in Physical Therapy from Hesser College in Manchester, New Hampshire. Janet presently works in aquatics and out patient orthopaedics with a focus in oncology and lymphedema management. She has also been involved in developing aquatic programs for oncology patients. Janet received PTA Recognition of Advanced Proficiency in the areas of musculoskeletal and aquatic therapy from the American Physical Therapy Association. She also received her Cancer Exercise Specialist Certification through the Cancer Exercise Training Institute.

  • Megan Ryder, RD, CSO Diet
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    Megan Ryder, RD, CSO

    Megan Ryder, RD, CSO

    Diet

    Megan Ryder, RD, CSO is the registered dietitian and Board Certified Specialist in Oncology Nutrition at Concord Hospital’s Payson Center for Cancer Care.  In her role at the Payson Center, she helps patients prepare for cancer treatment, manage side effects during treatment, and learn how to select, cook, and enjoy fresh/local foods for optimal health.

  • Jeanna Walsh, MD Physician Champion
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    Jeanna Walsh, MD

    Jeanna Walsh, MD

    Physician Champion

    Jeanna Walsh, MD is a practicing medical oncologist with New Hampshire Oncology Hematology offices. She has a special interest in optimizing quality of life and clinical outcomes for cancer patients following treatment.

Class Information

Our Anticancer Lifestyle Program class meets on Tuesdays from 5-7:30.  Class begins March 22 and ends June 7. Students should check our Class Information section weekly for updates. In the sections below, we will provide details on how to prepare for upcoming sessions, post announcements about upcoming classes, and add updates about upcoming local events and helpful resources. 

Class Calendar

Session 7a/b : Mindset & Action Planning
Oct 27, 2016
Session 8 : Diet
Nov 3, 2016
Session 9 : Fitness
Nov 10, 2016
Session 10 : Environment
Nov 17, 2016
Session 11 : Diet
Nov 22, 2016
Session 12 : Celebrating Success
Dec 1, 2016
Maintenance Meeting 1 : Change and Goal Setting
Jan 5, 2017
Maintenance Meeting 2 : Environment
Feb 2, 2017
Maintenance Meeting 3 : Fitness
Mar 9, 2017

Class Notes & Special Announcements

Check here for special announcements about our program. There are no notes or announcements at this time.

FAQs

  • What does the program cost?
  • When does the course meet?
  • May my spouse or other family members sit in the class with me?
  • Is there homework involved?

Local Events & Resources

  • Planning ahead for Thanksgiving and wondering where to find certified-organic turkeys? NH Magazine has put together a list of organic turkey providers here.

     

    We also recommend visiting these individual resources to directly request and reserve your turkey.

     

    – Walpole Valley Farms

    – Hettie Bell Farm

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