Menopause: supporting staff in the workplace
Menopause will directly affect approximately 50% of the working population. Those not directly affected will know or love somebody who is. It is vital that everybody has an understanding of menopause to allow people to make informed choices for themselves about how they manage menopause or to be able to support those around them both at home and in the workplace.
Kate Megase Psychotherapist and author
Speaking at Edexec SOUTH
In this seminar Dr Sandi Mann& KATE MEGASE will explore:
About the speaker:
Understanding menopause and mental health
Provide practical help and provide understanding to support employees and colleagues
Provide a wider awareness with the aim of reducing the stigma associated with menopause
Kate is a BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) accredited Psychotherapist and author.
She is also a Clinical Supervisor and Certified Life Coach. Kate specialises in issues associated with couples and relationship therapy, anxiety & depression, trauma and low self-esteem.
This session is for: All (male and female)
Take home points:
Be better equipped to support colleagues/staff around the menopause
Create a supportive and informative culture for your school/workplace
Dr Sandi Mann, Chartered (Academic) Psychologist
Speaking at Edexec North
About the speaker:
Dr Sandi Mann is an author and a highly experienced chartered (academic) psychologist with over 15 years of clinical experience. She has a Doctorate in Psychology, Masters in Organisational Psychology and a PGDip in Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapies. She is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, an accredited Member of EMDR Association UK and Ireland as well as being an Accredited Member of the BABCP (British Association of Behavioural Cognitive Psychotherapies).
Dr Mann is an author of various self-help psychology books published by reputable publishers such as Hodder and Stoughton. She appears regularly in the media as an expert psychologist and is also University lecturer where she is Module Leader for MSc Clinical Psychology. She is also columnist for the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) journal Counselling At Work and is an invited speaker at conferences across the UK.