Dr Ferhat Uddin, is a GP with a special interest in Menopause Care, and graduated as a doctor in 2004 from Kings College London. She has a diploma in Women’s Health, with further training in Guy’s Hospital Menopause Clinic, from Professor Janice Rymer.
She practices at a NHS GP practice in Surrey, and Parkside Menopause Clinic in Wimbledon. As founder of Liberty Clinics her vision is to revolutionise menopause care.
She is passionate in helping women make fully informed choices and attain better health. With an interest in education, she teaches GP trainees and GPs on Women’s Health and Menopause
Sabrina Zeif is the Midlife Food Guru, providing food inspiration for midlife, menopause and beyond. Working in the health and food industry for more than 10 years, she is a registered Nutritional Therapist with FNTP (Federation of Nutritional Therapy Practitioners), Accomplished Chef and Founder of The Menopause Chef, Ambassador for The Real Food Campaign UK, and co-author of the book Natural Menopause with Dr Anne Henderson.
Having experienced a lack of support during her own
menopause Sabrina now combines her nutrition expertise with her love for food to help women embrace change and guide them on how best to use good nutrition to support a positive menopause.
Her ultimate passion is bringing fun and connection back to food and women’s health. Her approach is simple – celebrate and savour!
Dr Knowles Bevis is a clinical psychologist with a special interest in women’s reproductive health, including issues relating to fertility, pregnancy, birth, motherhood and menopause. She is one of only a few psychologists who are skilled in CBT for Menopause.
She trained at the University of Oxford and University of Manchester: since qualifying as a clinical psychologist in 2007, she has worked clinically both in the NHS and in private practice, as well holding academic and research posts at the Universities of Sheffield and Oxford.
Dr Knowles Bevis is committed to integrating the best research evidence into clinical practice, offering collaborative and woman-centred care that maximises wellbeing. She has extensive experience of supporting women during times of significant transition, and understands the complex interplay between mind, hormones and health.
Reshma Pancholi is a life-long student and ever-curious practitioner of yoga. She was raised by bhakti-yoga parents and trained to teach Yoga in Madurai, India. Then in 2011 she trained with Triyoga in London.
Reshma is passionate about holding space for women and offering movement, breath-work and yoga nidra as medicine to support women on their menopausal journey.
I was former shadow of myself until I met Dr Uddin. I'd become over-weight, depressed and I was barely functioning but immediately after my initial consultation with Dr Uddin, I felt relief. For the first time in a long while, I felt hope and I was able to anchor myself in her care. Dr Uddin is not only highly-qualified but also empathetic and intuitive. She listened and asked all the right questions. Within days I felt better in myself, Just knowing that I had someone that I could trust and that I was finally getting the help I so desperately needed. Dr Uddin provided me with a roadmap map and coached me along the way. I stuck with her 360-degree treatment plan and 6 months later I can honestly say that I don’t know where I’d be today without her. I feel better, wiser and more peaceful about the changes I’m going through. I have so much love, respect and gratitude for Dr Uddin. If you’re looking for professional, holistic support on your journey back to wellness. You’ve found it here. Resh, 2021, yell.com.
Truth is, I’ve had a fairly warped relationship with food ever since I can remember and after 30 years+ of disordered eating and then more recently coming into perimenopause, I felt totally resigned. And, despite the fact that I’d seen therapists in the past, I continued to struggle when it came to implementing and sustaining good habits. Things finally began to shift when I met Sabrina. Sabrina became my north star for all things nutrition. The combination of her expertise, wisdom and deep intuition made her approach to nutritional therapy potent . Sabrina took me under her wing and she was able to help me cut through deep mental barriers. She was able to help me accept myself, where I was in my life and most crucially, she was able to help me to internalise the fact that nutrition is more than food. She helped me understand that food is both life-force and a pleasure to be enjoyed – and on a practical level - she helped me to implement changes specific to my own needs. Today I'm a different person. I'm still on my journey but I'm finally learning a new way and I don't know where I'd be without her. Thank you so so much for showing up for me Sabrina. If you know you need support in altering your relationship with food and in building new habits and routines around food to help you feel better inside and out - you’ve struck gold. Resh, 2021.
I wanted you to know how grateful I am for your help over the last half a year. Despite everything, I wouldn’t give up my experience over that time because of the skills and understanding I’ve gained. Thank you for being a part of that. In particular, thank you for your warmth, non-judgement, and compassion which have helped me relate to myself in a new way.
Dr Uddin took time to explain my symptoms and the risks and benefits of treatment options. She is knowledgeable in her field and I would recommend to any woman going through the change! Anna, 2020, yell.com
Sabrina’s passion for living and her exciting, interesting and fun style make her a hit with her audiences. She knows what she is talking about and is very well researched and empowering. Dr Ava Eagle Brown, Master Coach, July 2018