As a first port of call, you may find these useful menopause support links helpful. Our directory is made up of women that we love or have personally used. We are not receiving payment for these links:
Your General Practitioner is your first port of call. We understand that there is a huge discrepancy in how much menopause training is undertaken by GPs and the advice women are given can vary from practice to practice.
Some GPs are very well informed, but others are providing out dated information.
If you want to be referred, then National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidelines state that women can ask their GP for HRT and if necessary request to be referred to a Menopause Specialist.
Our directory of trusted specialists
For more specialist help, these menopause support links may be more helpful:
Dr. Tina Pearce
Dr. Pearce is a member of the British Menopause Society, she regularly attends their meetings and is passionate that women should receive accurate, up-to-date information about the benefits of HRT, which improves both their quality of life and long-term health. Dr Pearce’s clinics are based in London and Surrey.
Dr. Louise Newson
Louise Newson is a GP and menopause specialist and holds an Advanced Menopause Specialist certificate with FSRH and the BMS. Dr Newson’s website is very informative.
Charlotte is a nutritional therapist and a specialist in menopause nutrients. She is based in Surrey and online.
Donna Morgan Counselling
Donna has over twenty years of experiencing counselling clients struggling with the menopause. She is Surrey based and also counsels online.
aka Jo Divine has a wealth of knowledge about liberating women sexually. Sam was featured on the Chanel Four documentary with Davina McCall. Please all check out her incredible products and information pages.
The Salon in Cranleigh
Chantel has a plethora of amazing machines that can assist with skin issues including a laser treatment to remove melisma bought on from the menopause.
Tania is a psychotherapist and counsellor in private practice in London UK.
They work mainly with clients who are GSRD (Gender, Sex and Relationship Diverse) identified: LGBTQIA+, consensually and non-monogamous/polyamorous.
Jane wrote an amazing book called My Menopausal Vagina and has been working hard to support and educate women about vaginal atrophy.