Whether it’s at home or at work, menopause can affect men. It’s unpredictable enough for the women going through it but for the men around them trying to second-guess what’s going on, it can be hard, and very upsetting.

We are here to support men too – because we know from personal experience, how it can affect you.

If you feel anything like this, then we would urge you to get in touch. We can help in various areas – it may just need a phone call, or you may like to read our founder, Kathryn Colas’s book, which features a chapter just for men, ‘The Men’s Room’, because she feels very strongly about including men in our work.

Or, you could go through our online course alone or with your partner to find out more.

We are also developing a bespoke men’s programme too.

Here is a list of how we can help you but do get in touch too.

Coaching and mentoring →

One-to-one telephone or face-to-face conversations with you.

Online course: How to Survive Menopause Without Losing Your Mind →

A 6-module course with a secure, private login, taking you through different topics, packed with self-help information.

Book: How to Survive Menopause Without Losing Your Mind →

Written by our founder, it’s the menopause manual, drawing on her own experiences, the stories of other people, like you, plus her vast research to give you understanding and solutions.

Workplace training →

If your workplace doesn’t do much around menopause for men and you feel it could be improved, let us know and we will get in touch to see how we can help.

Contact us or take action to make tomorrow a better day.

Women are working later in life – and if menopause causes them to leave, the workplace loses a vast amount of experience. We will help you to stay at work during your menopause and support your employer to give you the help and understanding to keep you productive and happy.