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Eleanor Donegan, Ph.D., C.Psych.
Menopause. 26(9):972-980, September 2019
The menopausal transition is associated with a number of adverse changes for many women, including vasomotor and depressive symptoms, anxiety, poor sleep, urogenital and sexual concerns. Pharmacotherapy is effective but can be associated with health-related concerns for some women and there is a need for non-pharmacological interventions that target a range of menopausal symptoms. Our research group developed a new cognitive behavioral therapy protocol (CBT-Meno) to target a range of commonly-reported menopausal symptoms. In this video, we summarize the results of a recent randomized controlled trial evaluating the effectiveness of the CBT-Meno protocol compared to a waitlist condition.