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TALKWORKS for Menopause

Free 6 week course from the NHS

Are you experiencing any physical or emotional side effects as a result of menopause? If so, you are not alone, and support is available.

Our 6 week CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) For Menopause course is free and aims to provide information, strategies and techniques to reduce the impact of symptoms of menopause and perimenopause.

The weekly sessions starting from Monday 5 September at 2pm will be 2 hours long. They’ll include time for participants to share experiences of their symptoms, as well as learning how we can apply CBT techniques to improve our own symptoms.

While we encourage participants to take part in discussions and exercises, it is not mandatory and there is no pressure to join in.

If you feel this course could be helpful to you, please sign up for an initial assessment via our online self-referral form or call our team today on 0300 555 3344 to book in for an assessment.

Your experience with us

Your feedback matters

“I was apprehensive about using the service thinking I wasn't "bad" enough but a talk to the cardiac group by a TALKWORKS practitioner gave me confidence to self-refer. I was referred with respect and taken seriously throughout, felt safe and was given tools and advice to help myself take control of my situation.”

“I could not fault the service I received. I was listened to and given so many different resources to help my anxiety and depression. I was so very low a year ago but with the amazing support from my therapist I feel more and more myself every day. Thank you TALKWORKS.”

“The therapy gently supported me to both understand and come to terms with my diagnosis and how it has impacted on me as a person for so many years. I felt I could be open and honest in a very safe space. I not only feel better, I understand myself better too.”