Robyn Stein DeLuca, Ph.D.

Speaker. Author. Coach

Dr. DeLuca provides speeches, workshops and private coaching about resisting stereotypes and realizing your individual potential.

Robyn is a mother, sister, and daughter who grew up at a time when women’s opportunities were expanding at an amazing rate. She wants women to continue to thrive in spite of gender politics and stereotypes that work to keep them from achieving their full potential.

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Dr. DeLuca's recently published book “The Hormone Myth” debunks the lie that hormones make women crazy. This chatty and insightful book shows you how to own your emotions in a healthy and realistic way.

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Do you need strategies to navigate pregnancy or new motherhood? Does your relationship need babyproofing? Dr. DeLuca can help you manage this life transition before and after the baby arrives.

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Are you ready to take that control back?

When you sign up for my newsletter, I’ll send you my exclusive report called 5 Damaging Myths About PMS, which will give you the facts about:

  • The changes that women do, in fact, go through during menstruation
  • The effects of menstruation on intellectual and problem-solving abilities (Here’s a sneak peak: There are none.)
  • The diagnostic definition of pre-menstrual dysphoric disorder and the number of women who actually meet the criteria
  • The PMDD diagnosis
  • The over-medicalization of the female reproductive cycle
  • Why the medical and pharmaceutical industries are so invested in perpetuating the PMS myth
  • And more…

The Hormone Myth

Dr. DeLuca’s new provocative book “The Hormone Myth” reveals the lies women are told, shows how flawed, obsolete research and sexism have combined to keep women “in their place,” exposes pervasive myths about women’s hormones, and why and how you should resist them. It’s time for women to reject the “hormone myth” and own their own emotions in a healthy and realistic way.

This book will confront the pervasive myth that women are at the mercy of their reproductive hormones, and illustrate how the perpetuation of this stereotype harms women.

You can order The Hormone Myth at booksellers everywhere

Published August 1, 2017 Order Today

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  • Robyn came to speak to our Women’s Group where Work-Life balance is a big topic of discussion amongst our members. Her talk provided our members with actionable advice, and provided valuable time for the women to reflect on and discuss their priorities.  One member said that she had three “light bulb” moments during Robyn’s talk: “… that work-life balance can look different today, in six months, and in 5 years; the three questions gave me a really important framework to think about work-life balance and have productive conversations with my husband; and, that the data on children seeing moms who work was reassuring.
    Aya Takamoto, The College Board
  • “How you managed to cover so much territory—with such mastery and aplomb—was simply amazing. You managed to weave into a single beautiful fabric multiple threads of history, original sources and contemporary thinking. Your personal enthusiasm for your subject areas was contagious.”
    Susan Glatzer, Smithtown Chapter of the League of Women Voters
  • “Robyn DeLuca presented to our women’s group of senior-level professionals on Negotiating Work/Life Balance With All Your Stakeholders. Robyn’s easy-going engagement and vast knowledge of the subject matter made her an excellent presenter as well as an inspiration. Bravo Robyn. ”
    Beth Meixner, CEO and Founder of Moxxie Mentoring Network and Foundation
  • “Dr. DeLuca is engaging and intelligent. She has the unique ability of presenting complex materials in a way that make them accessible to everyone. Her presentation to our group (the Suffolk County Women’s Bar Association) was well received and educational. ”
    Perri C. Fitterman, Esq., SCWBA