Coping Strategies & Depression
Depression comes in many forms for many reasons...
Depression can be situational, or temporary, but there's more to it than just having a bad day. Genetics can be a factor. Food can be a factor. Lifestyle can be a factor. Relationships, your profession, even how you move your body--all may contribute to feeling depressed. Depression can also be the result of other mental health concerns, like anxiety, postpartum and PTSD.
Your 45-minute telesession with Dr. Housel includes a discussion of your symptoms, as well as next steps. Multiple sessions are recommended for best results.For individual use only.
After receipt of confirmation email post-checkout, you will receive a second email within 24 hours with your choice of dates and times to set your appointment. To expedite scheduling, please include your Skype-handle, time zone, as well as the best days/times for your appointment in the NOTES section before checkout. Please also include in NOTES at checkout any information you'd like Dr. Housel to know ahead of time--thank you. Alternately, you may send a confidential email at least 24 hours prior to your apt, to Dr. Housel: email@example.com
Sessions are intended for individual use only. Group/corporate rates apply. We have a strict no-refund policy but clients will be given the opportunity to reschedule appointments cancelled 24 hours or more in advance.
Dr. Housel has 20+ years experience as an advocate, educator and coach. She is the author of "Survive Anything" for Psychology Today and an author and editor in the Mental Health for Millennials book series. Dr. Housel is also a mental health expert for 7Cups.com on patient advocacy and suicide. She is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA) and holds affiliate membership in the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology and the International Association of Counselors and Therapists and Hypnosis Alliance with postgraduate study/continuing ed accredited by the American Medical Association (Harvard Medical School 2020-2021) as well as the APA for telehealth, parenting, relationships, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and grief.