A 3 hour ZOOM CPD event with Sue Brayne Please note events are live stream only they are not recorded
This three-hour workshop for counsellors, social workers and other health professionals focuses on how to ‘bring the menopause into the room’ when working with older women.
It provides the chance to talk about difficult issues such as loss of libido, fear of aging and difficulties in relationships. Yet the menopause can also trigger a deep desire for spiritual freedom, finding personal meaning and being of service to the community.
Therefore, the menopause is far more complex than its medical definition, which says it is complete after menstruation has ceased for twelve months. In fact, it can take years for a woman to process what is happening to her physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
Sue Brayne worked for many years as a BACP accredited psychotherapist and is the author of Sex, Meaning and the Menopause. The Daily Mail featured her article Will Your Marriage Survive the Menopause? as a frontpage headline banner and the BACP’s magazine, Therapy Today, published her piece on Menopause: How women suffer in silence. In addition to other publications, Sue has written about menopause in the workplace for the business journal HR Director. Sue is also podcast host of Embracing Your Mortality and is the author of several books about death, dying and mortality. www.suebrayne.co.uk