Whether you are a seasoned practitioner or new to your profession.
More than ever, creating an environment of effective understanding and unwavering support for those navigating the intersection of trauma and menopause is essential for fostering resilience, promoting holistic well-being, and empowering individuals to thrive through life's profound transitions.
However, like many practitioners, before enrolling in the Foundation Certificate on the intersection of trauma and menopause, you may face challenges in understanding the nuances of this transition, the hormonal changes and it s physical and emotional impacts, the reactivation of past traumas, or where to start, especially if you haven't come across the latest research on this significant topic.
Are you prepared to develop the skills required for creating a psychologically secure environment, nurturing open communication, and placing an emphasis on reflective practice? This will enable you not only to recognize but also to facilitate a mutual understanding in the management of trauma and menopause
It's time to break the silence and address the Silent Menopause Epidemic with a Holistic and Pluralistic Approach. Join us in 'Preventing the Silent Menopause Epidemic: A Holistic Approach' to gain insight and make a difference
Day 1: Trauma & Menopause: Where are we now within the narratives.
Who are you sitting with in the therapeutic space? Reflections of the therapist’s self as well as the clients.
This workshop offers the space to understand how the impact of historical misrepresentation of the intersection of menopause and trauma can have affected both the client and therapist. By exploring the meaning of our own conditioning of menopause within the family and culturally, therapists will be better positioned to begin to build a framework to meet the needs of the client.
Day 2: Trauma & Menopause: Understanding the impact of relational dynamics.
Where is the power balance in the therapeutic space? How did it get there?
This second workshop considers the ethnography of patriarchy and its effects within the therapeutic space. An experiential approach is used to help place the therapist’s understanding of the intricacies of the correlation between trauma and menopause in relation to the impact of disempowerment that can occur through social conditioning.
Day 3: Trauma & Menopause: How to work with parts and who’s holding them.
How to manage fragmentation and disconnect through an inevitable outcome of menopause.
The third workshop examines how to support clients to build a relationship with their parts. We will move beyond ideas of integration to learning to live alongside parts, both emotionally and somatically, to recognise the value of their supportive position within the client’s coping mechanisms.
Day 4: Trauma & Menopause: Working with the triple point of shame, grief & humiliation.
Moving alongside within a shared phenomenological framework to connect the triad of conflicting emotions.
The final workshop focuses on the creation of a therapeutic framework that recognises the challenges surrounding the embedded emotional toll of the burden of associated shame, grief and humiliation. By recognising the phenomena of this triad, therapists will be equipped with a different skill set to help support/reduce a client’s distress.
July 2024 Cohort
All training sessions are on a Sunday from 9:30am to 4:30pm.
- Sunday, September 8, 2024
- Sunday, September 15, 2024
- Sunday, September 22, 2024
- Sunday, September 29, 2024
If the above dates are not suitable for you, please let us know right away as we are adding more dates soon.
We get it, life happens and plans can change. Here's what you need to know about our cancellation policy for the Foundation Certificate in understanding the collision of menopause and trauma
Refund and Rescheduling:
Should you wish to withdraw within 30 days of making the full payment or the first instalment, and there's still over a month before the course commences, we'll provide a full refund.
If you've been enrolled for more than a month, but there's still over 60 days until the course begins, you're eligible for a 50% refund.
For those who decide to cancel with 30-60 days remaining before the course starts, we can offer a 25% refund.
Regrettably, if there are fewer than 30 days left before the course starts, we cannot offer a refund.
If you're on a payment plan, refunds will be calculated based on the amount you've already paid. Please note, any outstanding amounts are still payable to Temenos Education Ltd.
If circumstances change, you have the option to reschedule and join a future training programme within the year, subject to availability.
Unable to attend the course? Not to worry. You can nominate a suitable replacement to attend in your stead at no additional cost. They will need to meet all the course prerequisites.
We aim to be as accommodating as possible. Should you have any queries or require assistance with the cancellation or rescheduling process, our team is here to assist.
Where will the course be conducted?
The course will be conducted on the Zoom Video Meeting Platform. Participants will receive a link to join the sessions prior to the start date. Ensure you have the Zoom application installed and a stable internet connection for the best experience.
What is the duration of the Foundation Certificate in understanding the collision of trauma and menopause ?
4 x 6hrs training offered as a block over 4 separate days
Is the course suitable for practitioners at all experience levels?
Indeed, the Foundation Certificate in Understanding the Collision of Trauma and Menopause is tailored to meet the needs of practitioners across experience levels. Whether you're a seasoned professional or new to the field, this course offers essential knowledge and practical skills for working with menopause. We understand that not all frontline practitioners start with a background in facilitating client journeys, but many bring transferable skills to the table. This training is designed to leverage those skills and enhance your expertise, making it a valuable choice for novices and experienced practitioners alike aiming to excel in the realm of menopause and trauma.
Will I receive a qualification upon completion of the course?
Yes, upon successful completion, you will be awarded the Temenos Qualification with the title of Foundation Certificate in understanding the collision of trauma and menopause
Can I access course materials after the completion of the programme?
Yes, you will have continued access to the course materials even after completing the programme.
Is there any required prior knowledge or prerequisites for enrolling in this course?
No, there is no prior knowledge required to enrol in this course. Possibility of pre-course reading re menopause & trauma as a foundation for the deeper work and focus on the therapist’s role
Will there be opportunities for practical application and feedback during the course?
Certainly, within the course, participants will engage in numerous opportunities for practical application. These include active participation in both large group discussions and smaller, more intimate group settings. This multifaceted structure guarantees ongoing learning, hands-on experience, and a consistent path to improvement throughout the entire training program.
How will this course benefit professionals wanting to add group facilitation to their skill set?
This course is tailored to empower professionals with a profound understanding of the intricate intersection between trauma and menopause, significantly enhancing their skill set in this specialized area of practice. By providing comprehensive knowledge and practical techniques, it equips professionals to offer holistic support to clients navigating the challenges of menopause intertwined with trauma, thus strengthening their expertise. Professionals completing this course will be well-prepared to create safe spaces for open dialogue, facilitate transformative conversations, and provide invaluable support to individuals during this often unspoken and challenging phase of life.
What is the teaching approach used in this course?
The teaching approach used in this course is a multifaceted one, combining various instructional methods to ensure a comprehensive learning experience. It includes a blend of lectures, group discussions, hands-on practical exercises, case studies, and interactive activities. This approach encourages active participation and critical thinking, allowing participants to gain a deep understanding of the subject matter while honing their practical skills. Additionally, the course promotes a learner-centered environment, where participants actively engage with the material and with each other, fostering collaborative learning and mutual support.
What is the course commitment to anti-oppressive practice?
The course is firmly rooted in modeling anti-oppressive practices. Central to its curriculum is an exploration of our personal, professional, and societal relationships with power. Participants are encouraged to reflect on the dynamics between power, disempowerment, and inequality, especially as they play out in group contexts.
Can I join the course if I'm not a therapist or counselor?
The training is primarily designed for professionals in the mental health and care fields, but second-year trainees are also eligible.
What is expected in terms of ethical practice for applicants?
All applicants must demonstrate a commitment to ethical practice. This includes respect for client confidentiality, informed consent, and the preservation of professional boundaries.
Is there any ongoing support or community after completing the course?
Ongoing support and community participation may be available to course alumni. Aneesh and helen are available if extra contact are needed in between sessions.
Are there any technological requirements for the course?
Yes, due to the online nature of the course, applicants need consistent access to a computer or laptop with a reliable internet connection, a functioning webcam and a functioning microphone. Ensure your device is fully charged or connected to mains power before sessions. Mobile phones are not suitable for joining the training sessions.
What personal qualities are expected from applicants?
The course is rigorous and requires personal maturity and self-awareness. Applicants should be ready for introspection and be open to both giving and receiving feedback.
Are there any additional support resources required for participants?
Participants should have supplementary support resources beyond the group and the trainer. This can be formal support like supervision or counselling, or other types of informal support.
How can I register for the Foundation Certificate in Understanding Collision of Trauma and Menopause training?
To register for the Foundation Certificate in Understanding the Collision of Trauma and Menopause training, choose your payment option and follow the instructions.
Our passion for offering training on this topic is deeply rooted in the long-standing silence and ignorance that has shrouded the intersection of trauma and menopause for years.
It has come to our attention that, despite being an inevitable part of every woman's life journey, this crucial aspect remains largely unspoken and overlooked.
We are committed to breaking this silence and addressing this issue with the attention and care it deserves. Our dedication stems from the understanding that every woman will experience the intersection of trauma and menopause, and it is our mission to empower professionals with the knowledge and skills to provide meaningful support during this transformative phase.
Helen & Aneesh
Aneesh is a seasoned trainer, therapist & supervisor. All Aneesh’s work is underpinned with both compassion and somatic-based practices which she sees as an integral part of a holistic understanding of ourselves. Aneesh is currently studying for her doctorate in Psychological Trauma and she holds a Masters in Trauma Informed Practice, and a PGC in Coaching. Alongside David Buckler, Aneesh co-produces the ‘Community Connections’ podcast, which introduces trauma and its many guises, without the fancy jargon.