Workshops & Talks

I’m a regular speaker at conferences, events, groups, businesses, women’s shows, health & wellness clubs—and to other healthcare professionals—about the menopause transition, to women (and men!) to

  • raise awareness provide education
  • demystify menopause and treatments
  • help women navigate the change
  • empower women to make informed decisions about their health, lifestyle, and symptom management, so they can live a healthier, happier life.

As a Registered Pharmacist and NAMS-Certified Menopause Practitioner—and as a woman who has gone through menopause herself—I have the expertise and experience to provide expert education on perimenopause and menopause, the importance of a healthy lifestyle, symptom management, disease prevention, and healthy aging, in order to improve quality of life, relationships, and work.

For Employers & Other Groups

 
Corporations, Businesses, Women’s Groups, & Lifestyle Organizations

Menopause – More than hot flashes! 

I give talks in the workplace—to employees, managers, and HR professionals, to both women and men—that give an overview of:

  • the stages of menopause (perimenopause, menopause, and postmenopause)
  • the physical, cognitive, and emotional changes of menopause
  • the symptoms and challenges that women may experience in this phase of life
  • and some coping tips.

Some of the groups I’ve spoken to include Gilda’s Club Greater Toronto; at FLOW-The Menstruation Exhibition at THEMUSEUM, Kitchener; Keeping Well@Work-University of Waterloo; major employers in the GTA; the Toronto Public Library; “Fight Back with Libby Znaimer” on Zoomer Radio AM740; and the “Sunday Night Health Show” with Maureen McGrath on CKNW radio in B.C.

For Healthcare Providers

 
Pharmacists, Nurses, Psychiatrists, Chiropractors, Physicians, NDs, PTs, & Associations

How to Help Women through the Menopause Transition

I help Healthcare Professionals provide better care of menopausal women:

  • to understand the Stages of Reproductive Aging Workshop+10 (perimenopause, menopause and postmenopause)
  • to identify the physical, emotional and cognitive changes of menopause
  • to learn to advise women on the use of pharmacological approaches for the management of menopause symptoms.

Some of the groups of healthcare professionals that I’ve spoken to include the Canadian Pharmacists Association conference; the Ontario Pharmacists Association Annual Conference; and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre clinicians.

 

 

KEYNOTE

Menopause. More than hot flashes!

This talk raises awareness about the many physical, cognitive, and emotional changes of the menopause transition. When women are aware of and prepared for the changes of perimenopause (the years leading up to menopause), which can start in a woman’s late 30s or early 40s, they are more likely to be less bothered by them and more likely to engage in healthy lifestyle habits to minimize symptoms and improve their quality of life, relationships, and work.

SEMINARS

  • Nutrition. Physical activity. Positive Mind. Healthy life.
  • Supplements & vitamins for women 40+
  • Herbal and other non-hormonal treatments for menopause symptoms
  • Hormonal treatments (HT) for menopause symptoms
  • Vaginal, urinary, and sexual health education for women 40+
  • Glass ceiling, or cognitive and emotional changes of perimenopause?
  • Healthy aging & disease prevention (osteoporosis, heart attacks, diabetes, & cancer)
  • Induced menopause. Helping cancer survivors under 50 cope with sudden and early loss of estrogen

 

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Read what people are saying about me

 

Teresa Dias is a knowledgeable and engaging speaker.  As a pharmacist, she has credibility to command the audience.  And she makes women feel comfortable learning and discussing issues related to menopause — a subject that isn’t talked about nearly enough.   Her solutions-oriented approach to the issues associated with menopause are much appreciated!

Janet Riley

Vice President of Communications and Public Affairs, Maple Leaf Foods

I had the pleasure of being introduced to Teresa when she gave a talk at a Women’s Health event. Her expertise on menopause and healthy aging for women in mid-life, was accessible, insightful and helpful. I joined her WHIM Network shortly thereafter and have participated in several events. The knowledge that Teresa imparts is vital and is always delivered in a professional, warm and encouraging manner. I feel it’s important to support Teresa in her efforts to help women in mid-life as she facilitates an open and honest dialogue on a subject that many women find difficult to talk about. 

Marni Goldman

Production Executive

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