Thriving Through Perimenopause!

Gain Insight, Perspective, and Support

Sunday, February 5, 2:30pm-4:30pm

For women in their 40s

Do you feel a bit “out of your body”?

Not sure what’s up with your period?


You may be in perimenopause. This is the 10 year transition that leads up to menopause. Yes, I just said 10 years! The good news is that you are not alone. In fact, ALL people with ovaries will experience this.

What can you do about Peri-Menopause?

Join us for an afternoon of validating, learning, and fellowship. We will discuss symptoms of perimenopause and coping techniques. Best of all, you will be in the company of other women who understand the struggle.

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What: A Workshop for women living through Peri-Menopause

We will discuss symptoms and ways to manage them. You will leave with coping techniques you can integrate into daily life.

When: Sunday, February 5, 2023. 2:30pm-4:30pm

Where: Roland Park Community Center

This is a live, in-person event.

Cost: 50$ if registering before January 1, 2023; 55$ after January 1, 2023

About Your Hosts

Samantha Zipp Dowd, MS, LCPC, is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor with a passion for and specialization in female and maternal mental health throughout the adult female lifespan. She works for Perissos Therapy, a small group private practice specializing in women’s mental health. She has received specialized training in peri-and postnatal support, peri and menopausal support, sleep and hormonal imbalances for women. Samantha uses Acceptance and Commitment Therapy as well as Somatic Experiencing, Yogic and Mindfulness based techniques in her work with clients. In addition to her therapy work, she is also a full-time Lecturer at Towson University in the Psychology Department. 

Sharon Fisher, MS, PMHNP-BC, PMH-C  loves helping women live their best lives. She is a psychiatric nurse practitioner and founder of Nurtured Well, LLC. Sharon has over two decades of nursing experience. Currently, Sharon uses Acceptance and Commitment Therapy as well as Cognitive Behavior Therapy in her work with women. Clients love the way she weaves practical healing techniques into her work. Sharon takes a holistic approach to health and heals from a whole person perspective. She is also a lay Buddhist meditation teacher, wife, mother and avid gardener.

Calling all women 40 and over: Join us for a Peri-Menopause workshop. Learn More
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