Navigating and coping with menopause

Do you feel stressed, worried, anxious, depressed? Are you experiencing unhelpful thoughts and worries? Are you struggling to manage the physical symptoms and changes?

Join our online, 6-week group which will cover the physical, psychological and social impact that menopause can have, and provide you with strategies based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). We focus on managing low mood, worries and negative thoughts, as well as techniques to help with difficulty sleeping and relaxation. Our Health & Wellbeing guest speaker also provides practical information and invaluable tips.

Common thoughts and feelings during the menopause…

  • These symptoms are embarrassing
  • When will this end?
  • I can’t cope
  • This is all too much
  • How will I manage?
  • I’m exhausted

We can help. Talk to us.

This group offers the unique opportunity to hear from others who are experiencing similar difficulties and concerns.

Some of our previous participants had this to say…

“You felt you were not alone & it felt nice to be able to be part of a group with shared experiences.”

“Was really helpful – to understand the physiological changes and the impact on our bodies and what we can do to help ourselves”

“I am grateful. Very grateful to have had such a lovely therapist and also to the women who were very open. Helped me feel less anxious knowing there were others in the same boat as me.”

Our popular group courses run throughout the year. If there are no forthcoming dates provided above you can register your interest in joining a course by filling in the self-referral form or calling us on 01483 906392.

About DHC Talking Therapies

Talking Therapies are here to help when life gets too tough.

We provide a range of therapies including CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) and Computer-based CBT to people over 17 and registered with a Surrey GP.

You can refer yourself for these services without seeing your GP first.

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