Are you experiencing the challenges of menopause? Do you find yourself struggling with mental health issues during this significant phase of your life? We understand the emotional and psychological impact menopause can have, and we are here to provide support and empowerment through our comprehensive mental health services. Join us on a transformative journey as we help you navigate the menopausal transition and prioritize your mental well-being.
The menopause is a natural phase in a woman’s life, but it can bring about a range of physical, emotional, and psychological changes. Many women experience symptoms such as anxiety, depression, mood swings, irritability, sleep disturbances, and difficulties coping with stress during this time. At NHS Talking Therapies, we recognise the impact these symptoms can have on your overall well-being and are here to help you address and manage them effectively.
How NHS Talking Therapies Can Help: NHS Talking Therapies offers a range of evidence-based interventions and support services to help women experiencing mental health issues related to the menopause. Our team of skilled and compassionate therapists specialises in providing support tailored to your unique needs. Here’s how our service can benefit you:
Free, Confidential Support: Our services are free at the point of use, ensuring that cost is not a barrier to accessing mental health support. We prioritise your privacy and maintain strict confidentiality to create a safe and trusting environment.
Specialised Menopause Pathway: We have developed a dedicated menopause pathway within our services to address the specific emotional and psychological challenges associated with the menopausal transition. Our therapists have received specialised training to provide effective support for your mental well-being.
Evidence-Based Interventions: Our therapists employ evidence-based therapeutic approaches proven to be effective in managing mental health issues related to menopause. These may include cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), mindfulness techniques, psychoeducation, and self-help resources.
In this latest fascinating podcast, Dr Saadia Meyer from the Meyer Menopause clinic – discusses Menopause with a look at the science, the impact on general wellbeing and how best to deal with the life change that many women experience.