Dr Wendy Molefi

Dr Wendy Molefi

Menopause Specialist


Also available for:

Virtual consultations:

I am a highly experienced GP and Menopause Specialist with the British Menopause Society Advanced Menopause Specialist Accreditation.

I am also the owner and founder of Vital Wellness Clinic; a private menopause clinic which offers both face-to-face and online consultations.

I have a special interest in the psychological impact of the menopause on women’s quality of life. With my background in wellness coaching and mindfulness teaching, I bring a holistic and preventative approach to my clinical practice and menopause service.

I hold a Master's degree in Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) from the University of Oxford. My dissertation on ‘The role of Mindfulness Based Intervention in facilitating psychological adjustment in the menopause’ was published in the British Menopause Society Journal and presented at the International Mindfulness Conference in South Africa in 2019.

I deliver teaching sessions on the menopause to fellow healthcare professionals, facilitate menopause workshops to empower women with knowledge about the menopause and deliver talks in the corporate environment about menopause in the workplace.

I was recently awarded the Best Business Woman Award in Health and Beauty 2022 for outstanding customer service and professionalism.


General Medical Council Number: 4423481

Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Wendy Molefi at Spire include:

Other treatments

  • Menopause consultation

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