Certificate in menopause support - 1-day CPD workshop
Menopause is so much more than hot flushes and night sweats. Poorly understood for far too long, the menopause disrupts hormone balance. Hormones that are misunderstood and underestimated; when not in balance, they affect how women look, feel, think, and behave. Peri-menopausal and menopausal women often carry on regardless, frequently suffering in silence. The menopause transition can be a challenging experience, and many women simply do not understand what is happening to them. This is where well-being professionals can play a key supporting role.
The purpose of this one day workshop is to provide well-being professionals with an overview of the physical and psychological symptoms of the menopause. We will explore various ways in which we can support clients who feel overwhelmed by their menopausal issues.
Subjects covered will include;
- what is menopause?
- when does menopause happen?
- what are the symptoms of menopause?
- what are the choices?
- how can menopause affect women?
- how can menopause affect work?
- how can menopause affect relationships?
- how can well-being professionals help?
- menopause and beyond
- menopause and self-care
Research has shown that hypnotherapy combined with visualisations can significantly improve a woman’s experience of her menopause. The workshop will guide you systematically through a unique embrace programme, and you will be able to equip your clients to let go of any fear and anxiety.
The day includes;
- information to support clients with diet, nutrition, and well-being lifestyle information
- scripts and intake forms to download
- ways to encourage women to adapt to the changes naturally, efficiently, and comfortably
- the chance to say 'yes I am going to embrace my amazing life'.
The fact is that menopause does happen to every woman. Clients can waste a lot of time in the mindset of 'feeling sorry for themselves' because they're menopausal.
The aim of this workshop is to share how to focus energy on how to feel good again. To think of the menopause as a halfway point and all of the changes, not just the physical ones, will help shape the next 50 years of your client's life.
About your tutor
Kim Thomas is a psychotherapist and hypnotherapist. She has qualifications in human services, counselling, hypnotherapy, EFT, pain management, parts therapy, and mindfulness. She runs a private practice in the East Midlands. She also runs community-based 'TAGS' - think and get slim group sessions - working with people who struggle to get accesses to any other support with being overweight.
The cost of the workshop includes handouts and outline scripts, safe car parking, buffet lunch and refreshments throughout the day, certificate of attendance, plus ongoing support by phone or email.
Hosted by Clem Turner
Clem Turner qualified as a Clinical Hypnotherapist in 2004 and now runs a successful therapy practice with his wife Margaret in Nottinghamshire. For the past 11 years they have been offering CPD Training Courses & Workshops for qualified Hypnotherapists and currently have 17 different courses to choose from. www.clemturner.co.uk/training-courses/