The WHIM (Women’s Health In Midlife) Network is a community of women 40+ who finally put themselves at the top of their lists and look after their health and wellbeing. It is the culmination of my 20+ years of experience working in women’s health with a focus on menopause.
The purpose of the WHIM (Women’s Health In Midlife) Network is to educate women about
- their health and wellbeing
- the life-affirming changes of midlife
- healthy aging
I cut through the clutter, the myths, and the folklore, and bring you truthful, trusted advice for you to understand and manage this life cycle better.
All this for only $9 per month!
June 18 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm, $10
For our June meeting our book is Why We Can’t Sleep: Women’s New Midlife Crisis, by Ada Calhoun.
This WHIM (Women’s Health In Midlife) Network Book Club meeting is free for 2020 members of the WHIM Network.
But everyone is welcome!
MenopausED is a boutique-style, virtual women’s health practice, specialized in menopause, to help women navigate the change so their life, relationships, and work can thrive.
Consultations are virtual, through simple, free, and secure Telemedicine.
If you’re like most women no one has told you what to expect from perimenopause- the years leading up to menopause.
Like all other women you will go through menopause. Menopause is not a disease, it is a normal physiological event, it is the end of ovarian function, the end of ovulation, periods and fertility. Your sexual hormones, mainly estrogen, fluctuate and decline during the menopause transition causing physical, cognitive, and emotional changes.
And sometimes some challenges!!!
You’re not alone, There’s help. I can help you!
I help you become aware, prepared, and equipped with the knowledge you need to make informed decisions regarding your care, including which therapies are safe, effective, and appropriate for you and your health history.
I help you navigate the change and together we improve your quality of life, relationships, and work.
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