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Your Second Phase

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The story of a small family-owned company told from an insider’s point of view.

An engaging book which addresses unavoidable developments to the female anatomy – a true testimony to its significance.

A practical guide to turn these biological developments into manageable and workable means

With an ageing workforce, this book is an essential read to ensure you retain and attract women in the workplace

Kate is a menopause expert, qualified coach, hypnotherapist and psychotherapist

Book Details

Publisher: LID Publishing

ISBN: 978-1-912555-62-8

FORMAT: 216 x 128mm

Bookbinding: Paperback

Number of pages: 248


Kate Usher is a highly experienced Menopause and Relationships Coach, working with women on the successful creation, development and growth of personal and career relationships during this period of intense and unpredictable change. She combines her extensive experience as a corporate change leader and her own Menopausal journey to deliver a uniquely positive approach.


I love Your Second Phase. More than a book, it is a compendium on the topic of menopause. It covers how it affects your relationships with others (and your relationship with yourself!), and how you can manage your life before, during and after this inevitable and significant time. Whether you are premenopausal or your menopause was ‘early’ or ‘late’, whether you ‘sailed through it’ or were in agony, you will find information, advice and support in these pages. I highly recommend Kate Usher’s book to both women and men, children and family members. I agree with Kate when she says this is a topic that should be talked about, and this book is a basis for those conversations.

Penny Tompkins, Co-author, Metaphors in Mind: Transformation Through Symbolic Modelling

This book shines a light on what should be a priority workplace issue – the menopause. The chapter on work provides valuable insight that will give many women the confidence to start a conversation in their organization about the support that could help with their symptoms and transform their working life.

Rachel Suff, Senior Policy Adviser, CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development)

Many women are now working through the menopause; this book concisely explains their legal rights and the obligations of their employers to support them, as well as providing a valuable resource and advice on all aspects of life and the menopause.

Gemma Dale, Co-founder, The Work Consultancy

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