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Menopause and Mental Health – Wednesday 2nd March 2022, 6-8pm


Course: Menopause and Mental Health

When: Wednesday 2nd March, 6pm – 8pm

How: Online instructor led session

Price: FREE (This session is funded by Stowe Family Law)

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Course overview:

**This session is kindly being funded by our friends at ‘Stowe Family Law,’ which has allowed us to offer this session for FREE. Spaces on this session are limited to 20, and are on a first come, first served basis**

This 2-hour session explores Menopause and Mental Health with the aim to increase your awareness of menopause – and to support those who may be struggling in silence.

Expanding your knowledge about this topic will enable you to understand the many different signs and symptoms associated with menopause and the best practices for helping to support others.

We will also explore reasonable adjustments within the workplace to make sure that everyone is receiving the correct support for their mental health.

The course is suitable for:

  • Employers/Employees (all genders) who want to learn more about the menopause and how it impacts people’s lives. The course explores topics including signs and symptoms, the impact of COVID-19, coping strategies, reasonable adjustments within the workplace, and useful resources to help support someone who will be, or is currently living with the menopause.

Session aims:

  • Gain an understanding about what menopause is
  • Look at and identify symptoms – even the ones people are not talking about
  • Explore the mental health challenges of menopause
  • The difficulties of experiencing the menopause during COVID-19 
  • Gain knowledge about support – what is available and how to access it
  • Utilising the good day/bad day tool

Additional information

How do I attend this course?

This course will be hosted as a live online session, which will be led by a qualified trainer.

How many people will be on my course?

We have a maximum of 20 spaces on this session.

What happens if I find the course content too much?

When you book a course with us it is important that you feel safe and able to explore mental health health issues without it having a significant impact on your own mental wellbeing. The topics we explore can be emotive and we will support you if you need to take a short break in one of the live sessions.

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