Team Bio

Alethea Robbins, MSN, WHNP-BC, Midi Clinician

Career transition to support midlife women: “My journey in medicine began as an art professor in rural Tennessee, where I witnessed women—including my own students—facing limited access to healthcare. This experience drove me to make a career transition, and I’ve been caring for menopausal women throughout my eight-year career as a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner. It’s incredibly rewarding, especially as we see more safe options emerging in hormone therapy and alternative treatments.”

Personal experience, personalized care: “I have experience in sexual health, including addressing low libido and painful sex. I’m passionate about supporting women with PCOS and those on weight wellness journeys. My personal experiences as a patient, both positive and negative, have taught me the importance of empathy and personalized care. I meet patients where they are and continue the journey with them.”

Mutual learning: “Caring for women in midlife is a rich journey where I learn as much from my patients as they do from me. With quality care, menopause can become a liberating chapter where self-focus takes center stage. I witness daily the incredible impact of menopause treatments, relieving symptoms and empowering women to embrace change.”

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