Arm yourself with the knowledge surrounding the hormone highway so you can create a supportive environment for your clients as they transition through menopause.
Cost to attend: £59 per person*, which includes the webinar and a workbook containing the educational information presented on the day. Delegates will receive a certificate of attendance. The presentation will take place via Zoom. During the 120 mins live seminar attendees will have videos off. Questions can be asked via chat only. We will open a Facebook group for 7 days to answer further questions you may have after the event and provide any follow-up information. *Early Bird discount available until 29th April
We are very excited to announce that our guest lecturer will be Menopause and Psychosexual Medicine Specialist, Dr Joanne Hobson – MBBS, DRCOG, FRSH. Member of British Menopause Society, Membership of Institute of Psychosexual Medicine.
Menopause is an inevitable part of a woman’s life. Our biology dictates that our periods begin at puberty and stop at menopause. How our journey unfolds is as unique as we are. Menopause is not complicated in real terms, yet the confusing conversations taking place would have you believe otherwise. Menopause matters to your clients, so it makes sense for it to matter to you too.
What can you expect?
During this seminar we will outline the facts of menopause in relevant and meaningful terms. No confusing jargon, myth-busting and straight forward holistic solutions to symptom relief. As we paint the bigger picture surrounding hormonal decline you’ll discover how this midlife shift can have side-effects and consequences. Left to wander around without a compass the hormone highway can become a mentally challenging place. Help your clients step onto a positive pathway to peri-menopause and beyond. Topics included, but not exclusive to are:
- Glossary of terms – an a-z of the reproductive years, including the difference between perimenopause and menopause
- The impact of hormonal decline – symptoms and consequences
- When do symptoms start – is there a menopausal blue print?
- Oestrogen(s) and their role in the female body
- The positive psychological influences that come out of menopause.
- What is a supportive environment during midlife and how to create one?
- The role of wellness professionals in the menopause conversation
- How to personalise sessions for female clients experiencing hormonal shifts.
We’ll also provide suggestions on how you can take your services to the next level with thoughtful service add-ons, signposting ideas and ways to show your clients that a whole person approach is hugely beneficial to their well-being.
Women are now spending a third of their lifespan menopausal. Managing menopause transition in an effective way should be part of our everyday healthcare, just like brushing your teeth. We would love to have you join us on 7th May for our inaugural event, especially designed for Health & Wellness Professionals. Together we can ease the transition from menstruation to menopause and enable women to thrive in powerful ways, by learning about themselves so they can care for themselves.
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