Team Bio

Stephanie Breining, MSN, WHNP-BC

Support throughout the lifespan: “I've had a diverse journey in women’s health over 18 years. I started in labor and delivery before working as a Nurse Practitioner at an infertility clinic and a family planning clinic. For the past 11 years, I’ve provided comprehensive care from obstetrics to end-of-life support, including perimenopause and menopause.”A daughter’s perspective on care: “Nothing is more humbling than being on the patient side. My dad experienced a very traumatic health scare a while back, and I was amazed at the quality of care provided to him and our family. As a medical provider and a daughter, I felt respected, comforted, and reassured. Today, as a clinician, I try to put myself in the patient’s shoes and deliver care that allows them to feel supported, empowered, and at ease.”Breaking taboos: “As women, our experiences often aren’t discussed openly or accurately, particularly in perimenopause and menopause. Historically, our mothers and grandmothers didn’t openly talk about these topics, and up until recently, access to quality information was limited. I’m passionate about providing evidence-based education to improve women’s wellbeing during these stages.”

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