Thriving Sexually During & After Cancer
Rosy is the first evidence-based mobile platform designed by doctors and psychologists to support women with low sexual desire.
LEARN WITH EDUCATIONAL VIDEOS
EXCITE THROUGH ROMANTIC & EROTIC SHORT STORIES
GROW WITH EXPERT-LED CLASSES
SHARE & FIND SUPPORT IN ROSY COMMUNITY
About This Class
- Created for women who have or have had a cancer diagnosis and want to improve their sexual wellbeing
- Designed by
- Developed to help you not only live, but thrive!
28 minutes of video content
3 guided journaling tasks
14 tasks focused on intentional work
Opportunities to set reminders
Chery Hysjulien, PsyD
Dr. Chery Hysjulien is an RN and clinical psychologist specializing in integrative health care at Sanford Health. Dr. Hysjulien graduated from nursing school in 1979 and remains licensed as a registered nurse. She obtained her doctorate in clinical psychology in 1997 and has done extensive training and education in mind/body and integrative health care. She has spent her medical career as a champion of holistic integrated approaches to patients and training medical staff about integrative healthcare. Dr. Hysjulien practiced with a wide range of fields including eating disorders, cardiac, neurological disorders, genetic disorders and other medical disorders. However, her passion lies in working with oncology patients and teams. She has spent the last 15 years developing cancer, especially breast cancer, as a specific area of expertise.
Shelby Terstriep, MD
Dr. Shelby Terstriep is a medical oncologist at the Sanford Roger Maris Cancer Center, and specializes in breast cancer and survivorship care. She founded and is the Medical Director of the Embrace Cancer Survivorship Program that was recognized by the Commission on Cancer and the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers as a “best practice” in 2012.
Dr. Terstriep is quadruple boarded in internal medicine, hematology, oncology and palliative medicine and is a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of North Dakota. She was awarded Sanford Health’s Innovator Award and the American Cancer Society’s Lane Adams Quality of Life because of her innovative work and initiatives. She is active in research, serving on national committees to improve quality of life and healthcare outcomes. She designed, and is currently leading, a clinical trial evaluating nutritional interventions to improve breast cancer outcomes.
What You’ll Learn
Fatigue & Cancer
Stress & Cancer
Communication with Healthcare Team
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