Grief-Sessions: Hope & Healing
The loss of a spouse, partner, lover, family member, friend, child, or beloved pet can take a toll. So can the loss of a job, a home, divorce, bankruptcy...these are all life-events that can cause deep grief.
It's often difficult to find our way out of the maze and haze of grief. If you're not ready to see a therapist and just want someone who will listen with compassion while also helping you to find hope through healing, you've come to the right place. Dr. Housel has written extensively about grief from multiple perspectives and can offer sound, practical advice to help you move your life forward.
Sometimes, we grieve because of abandonment, past hurts, divorce, custody issues, difficulties with our children, family disagreements that lead to social betrayal, the loss of a job, or the loss of a home. Whatever you're dealing with, know that you have someone who understands not just from a clinical perspective, but as a human being who has suffered and come through the other side.
45-minute live telesessions with Dr. Housel will be scheduled after purchase. You'll receive an appointment email within 24 hours. To expedite the process, leave your time zone with convenient days of the week/times for an appointment in the NOTES section before check out. Please also include in NOTES any info you'd like Dr. Housel to know ahead of time. Alternately you may send a brief confidential email to Dr. Housel at least 24 hours prior to your apt.: email@example.com
This is for individuals only. If you have administrative questions, please contact Jeff@soularrownentertainment.com. Those dealing with financial hardship may be considered for a sliding scale fee--please contact Jeff with details.
You're not alone. Dr, Housel is here to help.
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, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and grief.