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Lolo’s Angels “Pediatric Cancer Moms’ Afternoon Retreat”

Sponsored by Northwestern Mutual

Sunday, September 12 at 10:15 AM CDT

Lolo’s Angels invites all pediatric cancer moms, nurses, doctors, caregivers, & friends to the Lolo’s Angels “Pediatric Cancer Moms’ Afternoon Retreat.” This event is intended to empower mothers of kids with cancer and the people that support these moms with skills, information, and support.

Free to attend – Registration Required

This event is free for all attendees, but please click on the button below tofill out the form to register. You must be signed-up to attend so that we can have an accurate food count and provide each participant with a gift and t-shirt! A continental breakfast and lunch will provided, plus snacks!

Omaha Design Center

1502 cuming Street, Omaha

 The theme for this event is “Strength, Connection, & Resilience.”

We are so honored to feature Katie Sutko Twit, Pam Feldman, and Bobbi Troike McPherson as our speakers.

Katie Sutko Twit
Katie Sutko Twit

Katie is a Circle-facilitator, yoga guide and gentle activist. Katie Twit aims to create a world in which all people know personal freedom and inner power. She values play, connection and cooperation, and her community offerings invite pause and reprieve from the outer world while providing a gentle entry-point to the inner world of exploration and belonging. Whether in yoga, meditation or conversation, she is orienting toward life and encouraging the growing of roots and sprouting of branches. Her Earth-honoring gatherings encourage deep feeling and listening as well as the development of authentic voice to share emerging wisdom and longings. She empowers those she gathers to get messy, and she celebrates the birthing of new ideas and creations.

Katie will be inviting retreat participants to pause, come home to the body and tap into a felt a sense of connection with and support from the web of life. She will be talking about “Strength” and how connecting to your inner self and allowing yourself to speak to your needs and your feelings is the real strength that we all need in the midst of difficult times.

Katie Sutko Twit
Pam Feldman

Growing up on a farm in northwest Iowa has give Pam a perspective of community and connection that
is woven into her life and work. After a successful career as a secondary math and science teacher,
Pam completed her Master’s in Counseling degree at Creighton University.

For the past sixteen years,
Pam has been an owner and therapist at Associated Counseling Professionals where she works with
teens, adults, and couples to resolve issues and improve their lives. Pam has special training in many
areas including trauma resolution, EMDR, eating disorders, anxiety and mood disorders.

When she’s not working, Pam enjoys traveling with her husband and friends, hiking, painting and
gardening. Time with their five children, their spouses and the 13 grandchildren are the highlight of
Pam’s life’s work. Pam will be speaking about “Connection.” Connection is necessary to sustain us during crisis. As parts of our core identity change, so too does the kind of support that helps. We’ll talk about how to get more of the connection you need and less of what you don’t.

Bobbie Troike McPherson
Bobbi Troike McPherson

Bobbi Troike McPherson will speak about “Resilience.” Resilience is the virtue that enables people to move through hardship and become better, it is as old as human existence. How do we grow and learn to build a resilient and purpose-driven life?

Bobbi is a professional coach who looks to inspire leaders and facilitate their growth and development. She helps guide her clients to understand how they show up and how they can best contribute their strengths in an impactful and authentic manner in all facets of their professional lives. As an experienced CPO, Bobbi has successfully led teams and coached fellow C-Suite peers and other leaders throughout her career.

  • Texas Christian University, BBA
  • Cornell University, Masters in
  • Industrial and Labor Relations
  • Hogan Assessment Certified
  • Co-Active Coaching Trained

Katie will be inviting retreat participants to pause, come home to the body and tap into a felt a sense of connection with and support from the web of life. She will be talking about “Strength” and how connecting to your inner self and allowing yourself to speak to your needs and your feelings is the real strength that we all need in the midst of difficult times.

There is a simple meditation planned and Creighton Prep boy’s choir will perform some inspirational music selections. We will offer some time for participants to connect with each and with themselves during this rejuvenating retreat.

Dress is very casual and comfortable….yoga pants, sweats, and jeans are appropriate for the day. Dress comfy!

This retreat is perfect for moms of kids in treatment, those that are off treatment, and bereaved parents that have lost their children to pediatric cancer.

The topics presented are beneficial for all people that are seeking ways to decrease their stress, invite rest and joy, and increase their ability to be resilient in the face of adversity.

 

Please register now, share our information, and invite a friend!