I’m Dr. Deborah Roebuck.

I work to coach menopausal women with a whole mind, body, spirit approach.

Since high school, I wanted to be a nurse.  My passion over the last forty years has been to promote women’s and children’s health as a nurse clinical specialist and public health administrator.

Even upon retirement, I continue my research to focus on the health promotion lifestyle of childbearing women.  However, after three major life events that occurred within a two-year period (widowhood, police shooting, and breast cancer diagnosis), I was forced to evaluate my quality of life.

I found that while I myself had a strong support system, the other women around me weren’t faring so well with their mental and physical health and coinciding with being in menopause.

Women whose ages range between the early forties through the mid to late seventies face a series of health challenges that are only whispered about. 

When our reproductive lifespan is in the process of ending, we women face the signs and symptoms of peri-menopause, menopause, and post-menopause that will affect our quality of life, relationships, and careers.

I am working to change that and ensure that those women never feel unseen again. I work to build up confidence in women as they face menopause and aging.