Menopause symptoms are often something that many women and those in transition may feel reluctant or embarrassed to discuss with their employer.

Menopause can affect women’s mental health with different challenges including fluctuating hormones, increased anxiety, depression, brain fog and poor sleep amongst many other possible symptoms.

PAM Wellness menopause support service has been designed to psychologically and emotionally support women who are experiencing perimenopause and menopausal symptoms.

Menopause Support Service Features

Tailored sessions

The programme offers a range of interventions such as; psychoeducation about the menopause, mindfulness techniques, how to have courageous conversations, and writing menopause wellbeing action plans for home and/or work.

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Coping techniques

Individuals learn effective techniques for dealing with, managing and improving the psychological and emotional symptoms of the menopause.

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Symptom tracker

We use the menopause symptom tracker at the beginning, middle and end of the programme to assess changes over time or with treatment.

Menopause awareness

Menopause awareness

Prevent the likelihood of escalating mental health conditions such as stress, anxiety and depression which may result in days lost from the business.


Nearly 8 out of 10 of menopausal women are in work

Source: Faculty of Occupational Medicine (FOM)


of women feel their menopause symptoms negatively impact their work

Source: British Menopause Society

1 in 4

women consider leaving their jobs due to menopause symptoms

Source: Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)

What our clients say about PAM Wellness

When we were searching for a new EAP provider, we were impressed by PAM Wellbeing’s interactive wellbeing portal and value for money, and by the responsiveness and the high level of service offered by both their Business Development Consultant and Account Manager. The set-up and transition to PAM Wellbeing has been smooth and, unlike when we signed with our previous EAP provider, we haven’t had any negative feedback from staff. On the contrary, we know of several staff members who have been able to access the counselling services effectively.


We invited PAM Wellbeing, our Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) provider, to review our data and together created a three-year mental health strategy. As a result, we’ve seen a positive shift in the business culture and the quality of relationships, which has made our advisors feel cared for and remain loyal to the organisation. Managers who may have before been focused on output and targets, have been reminded of the human side of leading a group of our people, which has helped them develop into more empathetic and effective leaders.


Our staff have benefitted enormously from the trauma and critical incident support delivered by PAM Wellbeing. It has sign-posted them to relevant therapies, so they can recover and thrive at work. This has been essential to ensuring we can continue to provide our staff with a crucial therapy for supporting them to recover from exposure to a traumatic event.

HM Prison & Probation Service

Wellbeing is our number one priority. PAM have continually proved themselves willing to work with us to develop and deliver innovative and diverse solutions, turning our ideas into reality and ensuring that our service offer remains relevant and meets business need.

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