Date & Time
Tuesday, May 1, 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
CancerCare National Office
275 Seventh Avenue, 22nd Floor
New York, NY
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Meditation can be helpful in lessening the impact of stress and strengthening our ability to cope with the hills and valleys of living with the cancer experience. Come and learn simple meditation techniques that may help you relax, refresh, and renew your body and soul. This group is open to anyone who has been touched by cancer.

To Register or Learn More

Glenn Meuche, LCSW, CancerCare at 212-712-6138 or

Glenn Meuche, MSW, LCSW Social Work Internship Program Coordinator, CancerCare

Glenn is CancerCare’s Social Work Internship Program Coordinator, and he provides counseling to people coping with cancer and people who have experienced the loss of a loved one. Glenn has been a field work instructor since 1999. He is a mentor in the Zelda Foster Mentorship Program in Palliative and End of Life Care at New York University (NYU) School of Social Work, an adjunct associate professor at NYU School of Social Work, and a clinical instructor for the End-of-Life Care Certificate Program at Smith College School of Social Work.

Select publications:

Select presentations:

  • Meuche, G., and Chi, M. When Death Comes Knocking at the Door: Honoring End-of-Life Work in a Social Work Field Placement. Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service, New York, New York, October 2016.

  • Meuche, G. Finding Meaning Amidst Meaninglessness: Addressing Existential Angst at the End of Life. Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service, New York, New York, April 2016.

  • Meuche, G. Loss and the Landscape of Grief and the Healing Process. Passaic County Community College, School of Nursing, Paterson, New Jersey, March 2012.

  • Meuche, G. Finding Meaning in the Meaninglessness: A Social Work Perspective on the Implications of Spirituality for Pain Management. Third Annual Conference of the New Jersey End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium, Rutgers University School of Nursing and Center for Professional Development, Atlantic City, New Jersey, March 2008.

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