Patient-Sessions: Research, Advice & Advocacy
Are you dealing with an illness?
Dr. Housel's background includes narrative medicine, as well as first-hand experience as a 29-year survivor of high-grade cancer giving patients not only a compassionate, caring ear, but practical advice and support based on recent research for your particular diagnosis.
Sometimes when you're battling health issues, you just need someone in your corner. You, too, can enjoy the same longevity as Dr. Housel. Sign up for a session today to learn how!
All sessions are completely confidential.
Dr. Housel also does patient advocacy and can attend medical appointments with patients, help translate the jargon doctor's use, and generally provide in-depth information and more options on accredited care and treatments.
If you wish for Dr. Housel to work with you in person as a patient advocate, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with details--thank you.
For 30-minute Skype sessions, add this item to your cart and 24 hours after completing your order, you'll receive dates and times to choose from. This is for individuals only but if families of patients wish to sit in on the session, please contact Jeff@soularrowentertainment.com to make arrangements. We also offer a sliding scale for patients in need.
Feel free to also send Dr. Housel a brief confidential email at least 24 hours to your Skype session apt. with any details you'd like to convey ahead of time to make the most of your session:
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 the International Association of Risk Management in Medicine, with postgraduate study/continuing ed accredited by the American Medical Association (on COVID-19, Genomics, Oncology, Immunology & Genetics, Harvard Medical School 2020-2021) as well as the APA for telepsychology, parenting, relationships, sex, LGBTQ, cancer patients and those with chronic illness, as well as anxiety, depression, insomnia, and grief.