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Introduction. Chapter 1 The Menopause: A bio-psycho-social transition. Chapter 2 Menopausal symptoms: Hot Flushes and Night Sweats. Chapter 3 A Cognitive Behavioural Approach. What is Cognitive Behaviour Therapy? Chapters 4 to 7 Managing Menopausal Hot Flushes and Night Sweats: a Four-week Self-help Guide. Chapter 4 Week 1: Being Informed and Reducing Stress. Chapter 5 Week 2: Managing Hot Flushes. Chapter 6 Week 3: Managing Sleep and Night Sweats. Chapter 7 Week 4: Review and Maintaining Changes. Resources. References.
Myra Hunter is professor of clinical health psychology at the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London. She has worked in the area of women's health for over thirty years and her research on menopause has established her as an international expert in the field. Melanie Smith is a clinical psychologist who has specialised in helping people to manage physical health conditions through the use of cognitive behavioural therapy. She is currently working with the Manchester and Salford Pain Centre.
"Professor Hunter and Dr Smith provide a truly accessible and informative account of current knowledge relating to the menopause and its implications. The self-help programme is eminently doable. At every point the exercises are fully explained and there are illustrations with quotes from women from a range of different circumstances. This book is written by women for women... please read on, as your menopausal experiences will certainly seem different on your completion of this book." Professor Pauline Slade, University of Liverpool, from the foreword. "I would say that it's been excellent for me. I initially thought that I could do absolutely nothing to help myself with menopausal symptoms... going through the book and realizing that I could control things has been excellent for me...I hardly have any hot flushes now." Angela.