Menopause workshop series – “Conversations About Menopause”
A series of workshops designed to inform and encourage discussion about the menopause for women, their line managers and their partners. The focus throughout relates to the impact the menopause has on life, work and relationships.
The workshops are informal and interactive and include education, information and advice based on the latest research. The sessions include management strategies with a particular focus on the psychological perspective and support.
Background to menopause including attitudes and perceptions, physical and psychological symptoms and health implications. Menopause at work is discussed including facts and figures exploring key issues affecting women in the workplace. Finally, self-management tips are given in the form of nutritional advice, sleep hygiene and practical tips for managing physical and psychological symptoms.
Psycho-education, information and advice for line managers focusing on the menopause at work model. Includes latest research, policy and guidelines on what women want from their workplace and how managers can help to understand and support them. Practical advice on environmental changes as well as key skill guidance on empathetic listening and signposting.
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“After holding our first Menopause Café, we heard from our female staff that Menopause issues in the workplace is a real concern for many. We were asked to provide in-depth, real, truthful and knowledgeable training sessions to help support staff and managers across the University. Healthy You Ltd came at just the right time for us and provided exactly what we asked for and so much more. We’ve had some fantastic feedback from attendees of their sessions. Unknowingly, Healthy You Ltd Have been invaluable in allowing the Medical School Athena SWAN Team to evidence the impact that we have, which will go a long way to our Gold award submission next year. On behalf of our staff, thank you Healthy You Ltd!” – University of Sheffield
“It really helped to talk to others in similar situations and share coping strategies“ – Menopause workshop attendee