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Are your clients slipping through the menopause net? - CBT assessment and treatment adaptations for this client group

Presented by Sally Tribe and Sarah Fairweather

About the event

This webinar will be hosted on Zoom and has been organised by the Women's Equality and Gender Diversity Special Interest Group (WOMGEND). For more details on the WOMGEND SIG please see here.

The webinar will be recorded and will be made available for 30 days after the event to delegates who have registered. You can choose to attend on the day, watch later or both. A certificate of attendance will be issued for 2 hours CPD (live attendance only). 

Registration closes - Midday Tuesday 23 January. Places are limited though so book early to avoid disappointment!


The webinar will present the phases of the menopause and consider the physical and mental health symptoms associated. It is well documented that menopause can impact mental health in a variety of ways, the webinar will outline mental health symptoms from depression and anxiety as a result of fluctuating hormones, to the mental health impact of other symptoms or consequences of the menopause.

This webinar, which is suitable for Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners (PWPs), trainees, and qualified CBT therapists, will focus on developing assessment approaches to enable clinicians to identify hormonal influences and the mental health impact on this client population. Additionally, the webinar will provide tips on adapting CBT treatment for this client group.

Learning objectives

1. To be able to describe the phases of the menopause
2. To identify mental health symptoms of the menopause and to be able to adapt assessment, formulation and treatment to support this client group

About the presenter(s)

Sally Tribe is a CBT therapist, supervisor and trainer. She has over 18 years experience working in mental health settings utilising Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). Sally has worked as a clinical lead for both NHS and non-NHS services. Sally has also been involved in teaching and training for over 15 years and is an experienced supervisor and clinical lecturer working at universities, such as UCL and currently UEA ,where she is involved in menopause research. Sally is a committee member on the BABCP Women's Equality and Gender Diversity (WOMGEND) SIG and is part of the SIG's Menopause workstream. She is also Treasurer of the Higher Education SIG and has contributed to writing BABCP good practice guidelines. Sally is passionate about training and developing therapists to understand the theoretical underpinnings of CBT and how to marry this with clinical skills to be the best they can be.

Sarah Fairweather has over 30 years’ experience in working with mental health. Initially as a mental health nurse, working in a variety of settings, then as a mental health practitioner for Cumbria Constabulary, and for the last 11 years running her own private practice. Since completing a Master's in CBT for Children and Young People, Sarah has worked with children from the age of 6 right up to older adults. Over the last 30 years, Sarah has done a considerable amount of training, recently completing the Professional Training Programme EMBERS® Menopause CBT Model provided by the Menopause CBT Clinic® and Newson Health Confidence in Menopause training. She also helps run a local menopause café. Sarah is a committee member on the BABCP Women's Equality and Gender Diversity (WOMGEND) SIG and is part of the SIG's Menopause workstream. Sarah is interested in women's health and is very passionate about helping clients identify this chapter in their lives and help them navigate their way through it.


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26 Jan 2024
30.00 GBP (ex. VAT) - BABCP Member
45.00 GBP (ex. VAT) - Non Member
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