Ten health experts delivering presentations on the subjects that matter to YOU about Perimenopause and Menopause, plus bonus video content and a virtual giftbag!


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Dr Victoria Beyer graduated from the University of Sydney in 2012 after having grown up on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. After obtaining her FRACGP 2017 and working as a GP in Sydney for several years, she relocated to the Illawarra in 2022 for a change of pace and scenery. Victoria loves the breadth and variety of general practice, but women’s health is a particular area of interest and she loves spending time with women helping them to navigate the complexities of perimenopause and beyond. She believes that sensitive and patient-centred care during the menopausal transition can have an incredible impact on a woman’s quality of life.

Victoria has 2 small children and when she is not working or parenting, she is running, doing pilates or playing the French horn in the Wollongong Community Orchestra.

Appointments available on Tuesdays and Saturdays


“20% of women experience menopausal symptoms that significantly impact their lives. Unfortunately there are many misconceptions about HRT and non hormonal treatments for menopause. There are also a number of barriers for women in accessing up to date evidence-based treatments for menopause, including their geographical location. It is highly rewarding to help women navigate the unique health needs that they have around menopause, and a Telehealth platform is a fantastic way to reach them no matter where they are located. I am passionate about providing an empathetic, safe space in which you can discuss all things menopause and I’m committed to help find the treatment best suited to you!”

Rebecca is a GP in Brisbane specialising in Women’s Health. She completed medical school in Adelaide before returning to Brisbane. She completed  a Diploma of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital in 2018. Rebecca is located at an inner metropolitan practice in Brisbane; however, she has worked in three outer metropolitan practices in the past. She believes every woman needs a good women’s health GP and is committed to providing this service both in person and via Telehealth.

Dr Cece is currently on maternity leave – return date TBA


Helen has been a Sydney GP since 2004. She graduated from Sydney University with honours in 1998. After working in Melbourne and the UK Helen returned to Sydney completing her fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2004. Helen has a postgraduate diploma in General practice and certificates in child health and sexual and reproductive health. In additon to her General Practice in Sydney, Helen has been working in fertility medicine for the past 8 years.
In-clinic appointments are available with Helen at Lindfield family medicine: (02) 94167411.

When not at work Helen loves spending time with her husband and teenage boys. She is a keen skier, terrible but passionate surfer and a trainer for Surf Lifesaving.

Appointments available on Tuesdays


Krishna has worked as a GP in Sydney for more than 10 years having previously worked as a research scientist which gave her the chance to live and work in Germany for a number of years, sparking a lifelong love of travel and of exploring other cultures.

The challenge of getting support to manage the myriad of possible symptoms that can come with perimenopause and menopause really hit home when she started experiencing symptoms herself while, like most women, also trying to juggle the many demands of family, work and society.

This prompted Krishna to actively seek further education in this field and to join the Australian Menopause Society. She is passionate about using this knowledge to help other women.

Two teenagers and a mini-groodle keep her busy and she gets up to her hometown of Coffs Harbour whenever she can to feel the sand between her toes.

Appointments available on Wednesdays


Sue graduated from Adelaide University in1983. She has always been passionate about Womens’ health and after completing her Diploma of Obstetrics commenced her career as a GP Obstetrician – a role she loved for 15 years. Having left the babies behind in 2003, Sue worked in her practice for 35 years and now provides Womens’ Health services in regional Tasmania.  Sue enjoys all aspects of Womens’ health particularly the transitional times such as menopause. She is interested in empowering women to achieve their health goals and to lead their best lives.
Sue lives in Hobart with her husband and enjoys her grandkids, bushwalking and knitting. She is completely addicted to Jazzercise!

Appointments available on Fridays and (fortnightly on) Tuesdays


Rebecca trained in South Australia and worked in rural Victoria and NSW for 15 years before a move to Geelong. She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and has completed further training in sexual health, occupational health, skin cancer medicine and dermatology and lifestyle medicine.

Rebecca takes a collaborative approach – assisting with symptom relief and providing women with evidence-based information to allow them to make informed decisions about their health, for now and the future. Outside of medicine, Rebecca has studied architecture and fine arts. She loves a project of just about any kind and is happiest in the garden or a library.

Appointments available on Tuesdays and Thursdays


Cathryn is a GP working in General Practice and Emergency Medicine in Melbourne. She graduated in 2008 and has a General Practice fellowship and a Diploma in Child Health. Prior to studying medicine Cathryn completed a Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Medical Science and worked as an Accountant in Sydney.

Cathryn has been working as a GP since 2015 and with an interest in women’s health including contraception, fertility, antenatal care and menopause. She continues to develop her knowledge in these areas by attending regular conferences and undertaking further online training courses run by International and Australian Menopause Society.

Cathryn loves her vegetable garden but would not describe herself as a green thumb. She enjoys bush walking, outdoors fitness and bike riding with her daughter.

Appointments available on Fridays


Lynda is a GP in Canberra. She graduated from Melbourne University in 1991, completed a Diploma of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in 1994 and obtained her Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 1996. Dr Newman worked in emergency medicine for fourteen years.

A serious illness in 2015 caused her to leave the hectic environment of the emergency department and return to general practice where her focus is on the management and prevention of chronic illness. This led seamlessly to the management of menopause, an area where so much more can be done to improve a woman’s quality of life and prevent future disease. Outside of medicine Lynda is interested in all things outdoors – bushwalking, cross country skiing, paddling and travel.

Appointments available on Wednesdays (after hours)


Rosie is an Integrative GP with a special interest in midlife women’s health. Having experienced menopause herself, she understands the challenges and uncertainties that many women face. ‘Over my more than ten years in General Practice, with further studies in lifestyle and integrative medicine, I’ve heard countless midlife women express their confusion and lack of preparedness for the physical and psychological changes at this stage of life and often overlook the importance of long-term heart, bone, and brain health. Co-author of ‘Approaching the ‘Pause: Candid Conversations on the Journey toward menopause’, and an international speaker, Rosie is dedicated to empowering women with evidence-based information and practical ways to navigate menopause and make their midlife years positively life-changing.’

Outside of her practice, Rosie is a mother, grandmother, and a thriving post-menopausal woman. She enjoys spending time outdoors, power walking, and cooking nutritious and delicious meals in her kitchen. Her downtime is filled with reading and cuddling up with a cuppa and her two ‘pup-adorable’ miniature schnauzers.

Appointments available on Tuesdays and Thursdays


Brada is an Adelaide-based GP. Since entering general practice in 2012 she has worked in a number of roles, including sexual health and family planning clinics, obstetric shared care, and general women’s health care.

Her approach to medicine is rooted in collaboration, in the knowledge that you as the patient are the expert in your own life. She strives to create a welcoming, supportive environment where patients feel heard and valued. Outside the consulting room, she spends her time enjoying the wonderful family-friendly Adelaide lifestyle.

Appointments available on Thursdays


Gabby is an Australian trained GP based in Orange (NSW) with a special interest in women’s health. Gabby has a fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, a Diploma of Obstetrics & Gynaecology and a Certificate in Vulval Dermatology.

Having experienced her own women’s health struggles and undergoing 10 years of fertility treatment, Gabby developed a love for reproductive and sexual health and a passion for delivering it in a kind and compassionate environment. She sees the menopausal transition as an important life stage and believes it’s time the myths around symptoms and treatments are busted. Women deserve to receive evidence-based education around their health in order to empower them to make informed decisions which provides the opportunity for health optimisation and for women to feel the best that they can.

Outside of medicine Gabby loves spending time outdoors with her family, bushwalking, running or curled up reading a good book.

Appointments available on Tuesdays


Kath has been working as a GP since 2005, with a particular interest in paediatrics and women’s health. Having graduated from Sydney University in 2002, Kath completed her fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners following training stints in Broken Hill, the Hunter, Sydney’s Inner West and an inner Sydney Sexual Health clinic.

Kath has expanded her interest and knowledge of women’s health since joining the Australian Menopause Society. Her involvement has heightened her awareness of the substantial gap in access to information and support for women during the transformative phase of menopause. She is known for a compassionate and patient-centred approach and, through education, she aims to provide women the tools to make informed choices during this period. Kath lives in Sydney with her husband and 2 towering teenage boys and loves running through the National Park.

Appointments available on Wednesdays and Thursdays


Alice is a GP working in Perth, WA. She is originally from Ireland, where she achieved her undergraduate degree. She migrated to Australia in 2008, where she gained her Fellowship of the Royal Association of General Practitioners (FRACGP).

Alice has a special interest in all aspects of women’s health from contraception, sexual health and in particular menopause management. She has completed post graduate studies in sexual health and enjoys teaching other doctors in extending their knowledge in both menopause management and sexual health.

When not at work, Alice loves spending time with her family, her dog and chickens. She also enjoys cooking, bushwalking, camping and spending time outdoors.

Appointments available on Mondays and Thursdays


Laura grew up on the Gold Coast and completed her studies at Griffith University Gold Coast campus.

Dr Laura enjoys meeting new women every day and working with them to develop specific health care strategies that help them achieve their health goals. She believes being on her patient’s team and encouraging them through difficult times is the most encouraging part of being a GP.

Recently Laura relocated to Sydney and is looking forward to exploring the Harbour City and as a self-confessed foodie discovering new places to eat and exciting dishes to try.

Dr Laura is currently on leave – return date TBA.


Megan graduated from medicine at James Cook University in 2011. She trained at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane and then Ipswich Hospital before moving to Central Queensland to do General Practice training. She gained her fellowship to the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2017.

She has a family planning certificate and has previously worked in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, True (formerly Family Planning Queensland), and Family Planning NSW. She has a broad range of interests including women’s health and sexual health. Megan lives in Sydney with her husband and their twin daughters and fur-kid.

Appointments available on Mondays

The A Team… “A” for Awesome Admins!


TARA McLENNAN, Senior Practice Manager

Tara is our Senior Practice Manager, based on the Gold Coast. Her background is in administration, working in a senior role for seven years and in an administrative support role at Griffith University for two years. Tara is passionate about women’s health and her most recent achievement is becoming a certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach. She enjoys blogging about and creating healthy recipes, dancing, weight training and reading.

SALLY STANKOVIC, Practice Manager

Sally is our co-Practice Manager based in Melbourne. She is very passionate about education around Menopause, for women to be fully informed about this phase of their lives and are aware of what treatments and options are available to help them.

Sally is also an avid painter, enjoys furniture restoration, and has a deep interest in mythology and philosophy.



CARLIE ALVAREZ, Customer Support Officer

Carlie is a Virtual specialist based in the Philippines. Her background is in Customer Service, Social Media, and administration. She loves to travel and enjoy life. She has been working online for 10 years and is very happy to help patients secure appointments and solve their concerns.




IVEE GLORIA, Customer Support Officer

Ivee is part of our friendly administration team based in the Philippines and has been with WellFemme since November 2021. Alongside her role here at WellFemme, she recently completed her bachelor’s degree in Communication and Media Arts.

Ivee has previous experience working as a customer service representative in a BPO company and thrived in her role. With her background in customer service, and as a communications major, she is committed to ensuring that women who contact WellFemme get the warmth, courtesy and professional service that they deserve.



CHARISSE JULIANO, Customer Support Officer

Charisse is a virtual specialist based in the Philippines. She has a bachelor’s degree in Medical Laboratory Science. Being in the medical field, Charisse is very passionate about women’s health. She has a background working as a senior medical technologist in a laboratory and as a customer service representative in a BPO company.

When not at work. Charisse enjoys spending time with her family and their 6 dogs. She also enjoys painting, reading, and binge watching TV shows.