Menopause and CBT

CCognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) for menopausal symptoms is an evidenced based and non medical intervention to introduce coping skills and useful strategies to help manage and reduce the impact on daily life.The intervention is a practical skills based training course developed by clinical psychologists to be delivered by health professionals.

The intervention is appropriate for women who are experiencing symptoms due to:

  • Natural pre and post menopause.
  • Following surgery or treatment that induces or emphasises the symptoms.
  • For whom HRT is not appropriate.
  • Premature (those under 40 years of age).

Our small, group CBT intervention is delivered over four sessions by our menopause associates. Each session lasts two hours and takes place over four weeks. In addition, you will receive a CBT handbook with guidance along with the option of a follow-up support session to discuss and assess the strategies in your everyday life.

The four-week course is delivered face to face in Wilmslow, Cheshire and via online group sessions.

We are able to deliver a course overview onsite, arranged on request for businesses or menopause/special interest groups.

The next available courses commence September 6th 2021.

Please email for more information.

Menopause and Family

The menopausal transition is not just a women's issue. In our experience the partners of women suffering moderate to severe symptoms feel at a loss of what to do or how to help due to overall lack of knowledge or discussion on this issue.
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