Peri & Menopause Webinars and Workshops

Your one stop shop to becoming menopause friendly at work

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Bringing Peri and Menopause education to the workplace

An entertaining hour of education, a safe space to ask questions and a workplace conversation starter, Don’t Sweat It’s Workshops and Webinars cover all aspects of peri and menopause.

Menopause Webinars and Workshops​ FAQs

Dr Ginni and Shelly can hold workshops in-person, over a lunch and learn or even after hours. Or we can host a webinar.

Our Don’t Sweat It webinar platform allows questions that we’ll answer in real time. We also welcome pre-submitted anonymous questions.

Your Don’t Sweat It presenters are Peri and Menopause expert and TV presenter, Dr Ginni Mansberg and TV personality and workplace communications expert, Shelly Horton.

Dr Ginni, the “Sunrise GP” wrote The M Word, How to Thrive in Menopause and speaks internationally about Peri and Menopause.

Shelly is a familiar face on Channel Nine. A fierce peri-warrior Shelly nearly quit her job due to her symptoms, Now she specialises in helping workplaces normalise Peri and Menopause conversations.

The two real-life best friends are both passionate members of the International Menopause Society and are passionate advocates for midlife women in the media and even in Federal Parliament.

Our Peri and Menopause webinars and workshops can be general or specific. Dr Ginni and Shelly approach each session in a relaxed, educational and entertaining way. Evidence based, clear and helpful. Everyone will come away feeling empowered and informed and no-one will be bored.

  1. Is this perimenopause and how can I be sure?
  2. How to beat brain fog
  3. How workplaces can help peri and menopausal women
  4. Confidence and mood fixes for peri and menopause depression
  5. Pouring cold water on hot flushes
  6. How to make uncomfortable conversations easy
  7. Tackling peri and menopause insomnia
  8. NEWSFLASH – Peri and menopause is not just in the workplace
  9. Caring for your skin in midlife
 

The average age of menopause is 51, but the 7 to 10 years leading up to menopause is called perimenopause or just peri. That’s right, it happens to women in their 40s and it is often called hormone hell! Lots of people are suffering from classic peri symptoms but don’t connect the dots!

Working out what’s happening to your body, make you feel empowered and encourage you to get help.

In this webinar we address:

  • Why it’s important to know what is happening hormonally?
  • Is this peri or menopause or am I just going crazy?
  • What tests are available?
  • How do I chat to a health care professional about it?
  • How about my boss?
    30-minute presentation with 15 minutes for Q&A – both live and pre-submitted anonymous
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1. Is This Perimenopause And How Can I Be Sure?

The average age of menopause is 51, but the 7 to 10 years leading up to menopause is called perimenopause or just peri. That’s right, it happens to women in their 40s and it is often called hormone hell! Lots of people are suffering from classic peri symptoms but don’t connect the dots!

Working out what’s happening to your body, make you feel empowered and encourage you to get help.

In this webinar we address:

  • Why it’s important to know what is happening hormonally?
  • Is this peri or menopause or am I just going crazy?
  • What tests are available?
  • How do I chat to a health care professional about it?
  • How about my boss?
  • 30-minute presentation with 15 minutes for Q&A – both live and pre-submitted anonymous

2. How To Beat Brain Fog!

Peri menopause is the peak time for brain fog, with up to 80% of women saying they experience it. This brain fog can rock a woman’s confidence and make her feel like her performance has hit rock bottom! But luckily there is so much we can do to combat brain fog and get her back to peak performance again!

In this webinar we address:

  • What is brain fog?
  • How can you tell the difference between brain fog and dementia?
  • What does the science say causes it?
  • When will it be over?
  • What works to fix it?
  • How can workplaces help?
  • 30-minute presentation with 15 minutes for Q&A – both live and pre-submitted anonymous
Cartoon character of woman with dark hair in blue jacket holding both hands up to head with clouds depicting the brain fog associate with peri and menopause
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3. How Workplaces Can Help Peri And Menopausal Women

We know that peri and menopause symptoms affect women’s confidence and performance in the workplace. But stress in the workplace also makes peri and menopausal symptoms worse. Research shows us that workplaces can make an enormous difference to a midlife woman’s wellbeing, her intention to stay at work and her performance.

In this webinar we address;

  • What do peri and menopausal women need from their workplaces?
  • How can bosses and colleagues help?
  • How can HR/ people and culture help?
  • How to have awkward conversations!
  • 30-minute presentation with 15 minutes for Q&A – both live and pre-submitted anonymous

4. Confidence, And Mood Fixes For Peri And Menopause Depression

Peri menopause is the peak time for anxiety and depression in a woman’s life with a third of women being affected. These mood symptoms can be not only debilitating but contribute to a downward spiral of low confidence and below par performance! But luckily there is so much we can do and hormonal treatments add another layer of possibility!

In this webinar we address:

  • How to pick a peri or menopause brain issue?
  • What works with peri and menopause mental health issues?
  • How can colleagues help?
  • How can HR or people and culture help?
  • How to have awkward conversations!
  • 30-minute presentation with 15 minutes for Q&A – both live and pre-submitted anonymous
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Cartoon character of blonde woman experiencing hot flushes brought on by peri and menopause.

5. Pouring Cold Water On Hot Flushes

Hot flushes impact 75% of women going through late perimenopause and menopause. One in three of these women describe the flushes as UNBEARABLE. These can be so debilitating that many women will opt out of work altogether!

In this webinar we address:

  • Why do they happen?
  • What are the most common triggers?
  • What works to fix them?
  • How can workplaces help?
  • 30-minute presentation with 15 minutes for Q&A – both live and pre-submitted anonymous

6. How To Make Uncomfortable Conversations Easy

Approaching someone experiencing peri or menopause is not a task for the feint hearted – even when all you want to do is help! Yet having these conversations is critical to keep your workforce engaged and to make sure the workplace is part of the solution- not the problem!

In this webinar we address:

  • Is it okay to talk about menopause at work?
  • How do you take the emotion out of a sensitive conversation about health?
  • How do you say “it’s okay to not be okay?”
  • How can workplaces help?
  • 30-minute presentation with 15 minutes for Q&A – both live and pre-submitted anonymous
Cartoon characters of 3 cultural diverse women supporting each other and booking the dont sweat it peri and menopause course.
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7. Tackling Peri And Menopause Insomnia

Peri menopause is the peak time for insomnia in a woman’s life with up to 65% of women being affected compared to 15% at any other time.

Insomnia and lack of sleep contributes to mood issues, brain fog and even hot flushes! But luckily there is so much we can do to help – as long as we start to talk about this!

In this webinar we address:

  • Why does perimenopause cause such terrible insomnia?
  • Why is it SO important to get help?
  • What works to manage insomnia?
  • How can workplaces help?
  • 30-minute presentation with 15 minutes for Q&A – both live and pre-submitted anonymous

8. NEWSFLASH – Peri And Menopause Is Not Just In The Workplace

Peri and menopause can wreak havoc through a woman’s life. Not only is she likely to throw in the towel on her career, but it is the peak time for divorce as well! If we only knew how to handle this crazy time and turn hormone hell to empathy, tranquillity and compassion!In this webinar we address; In this webinar we address:
  • How do you deal with peri and menopause in someone you love?
  • How do you talk to a friend or loved one about it?
  • How do you help them get help?
  • How can workplaces help?
  • 30-minute presentation with 15 minutes for Q&A – both live and pre-submitted anonymous
Cartoon character of woman with red hair holding a sign that reads "this too shall pass" referring to the symptoms women experience during peri and menopause
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9. Caring For Your Skin In Midlife

In this webinar we address;

  • What is happening to your skin and is it sun, age or hormones?
  • Let’s cut through the rubbish. What really works when it comes to combating skin ageing?
  • How do you prevent further damage? (Hint sunscreen is NOT just for beach days)

 

What’s included;

  • A 30-minute online presentation with 15 minutes for Q&A – both live and pre-submitted anonymous
  • Free evidence-based quality skincare samples for everyone participating
  • Absolutely FREE to schedule this webinar with any 2 webinars or workshops

Are you in menopause hell?

Simple workplace tweaks will improve performance
and increase employee satisfaction. Let us show you the ropes!

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