Last September DI Danzebrink was delighted to be asked to give the closing keynote speech at the British Assoc for Counselling & Psychotherapy annual conference and then to write an article for their magazine. Read it here.
What a year it has been for all things menopause!
If you missed BBC Breakfast on the last day of 2019 featuring the #MakeMenopauseMatter campaign, you can watch it here.
The Daily Express has published a double-page feature spread on the current HRT shortage situation and featured a story written by Menopause Support founder, Diane Danzebrink. The paper features the story on the front page with an appeal to Prime Minister Boris Johnson to end what it calls the “HRT shortage scandal”.
I have been in Wales over the past couple of days delivering menopause training at two locations for Tata Steel. I’m thrilled to be working with the team there raising awareness of menopause within their organisation.
Woman’s Hour has interviewed journalist Emma Hartley who has been investigating the reasons behind the HRT shortage, it’s a really interesting listen from about 20 minutes in.
In February I will be teaching a one day workshop about menopause for wellbeing professionals. This event has been designed for all wellbeing professionals, if you support women in any capacity in your work, this day is for you.
It is less than 100 years since the right to vote was granted to all women in 1928 yet in the last general election almost 15 million people (men and women) who had the right to vote didn’t use it.
My local paper, the Leighton Buzzard Observer, has carried the story of Lorraine Kelly adding her support to our #MakeMenopauseMatter campaign.
Di joined hosts Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford on the sofa of ITV’s This Morning to discuss the recent problem of HRT shortages. With her (third from left) is Emma Chittenden, a member of our private Facebook network, who gave some insights into the problems she has experienced since the drug shortage began last year. Read more about Diane joins Ruth and Eamonn to discuss HRT shortages[…]