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I Don’t Feel Safe; It’s Killing Me.

Multi-certified health and wellness coach and resilience strategist, Lenice Hill-Williams shares a bit about Black Mental Health for BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month (July).


Cancer and Your Mental Health: Dealing with Cancer Emotionally

Chris Chamars wrote the program summary from the May 25, 2021 Mental Health Program, Cancer and Your Mental Health: Dealing with Cancer Emotionally with presenter Charlotte Ference from CancerCare. The link to the recorded session is included in the summary.


Let’s Talk About Sex & Cancer Program Summary

Program summary for part 2 of our 4 part Mental Health Series for May 2022.
Program description: Let’s be honest, cancer changes people. Physically and mentally. Sometimes it can be really hard to give yourself permission to find pleasure, feel sexy, and give into intimacy. Learn from a fellow cancer survivor and sex therapist how to find pleasure after a diagnosis and reconnect to your most intimate self. Listening to and exploring your body is the first step in finding pleasure with yourself or with partners.

Global Virtual Cancer Conference

Helping Cancer Patients Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

In an effort to offer hope, comfort and knowledge to cancer patients during the COVID-19 crisis, Rochester’s GRYT Health drew leading experts to a virtual table.


Reclaiming Your Body & Confidence Program Summary

The program summary for Reclaiming Your Body & Confidence, part 1 of 4 from our Mental Health Series.
Program description: Cancer can make you feel as though you have been robbed of the body you once felt very at home in and leave many feeling completely disconnected from themselves. While this is incredibly common in the cancer community, there is still very little done to address it. Join us for a presentation from a member of First Descents to talk about their approach to bringing survivors back to themselves for over 20 years now. First Descents is a non-profit dedicated to serving the AYA (Adolescent and Young Adult) cancer community. This presentation will include an activity to get you thinking about your relationship to your body as a survivor and how you can start improving that relationship.

Gryt Team Member Stories

The Science of Living

Summer 2019 TedxRochester Talk “The Science of Living” given by Gryt Health Founder & CEO, David (Fuehrer) Craig. As Dave’s father always said, “The difficult we do immediately. The impossible takes a little longer.”

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