Your genetic healthcare deserves individualized attention.
Using the latest tools and research, GSF’s certified Genetic Counselors are trained to help you navigate all aspects of genetics and health. Your appointment can be in office, or through secure telehealth video conferencing. Your counselor will give you a better understanding of the genetic, family, and personal issues involved with your concerns. We specialize in the following:
Cancer counseling for individuals who have a personal and/or family history of cancer, have questions about genetic testing for hereditary cancer predisposition, or have had cancer genetic testing but would like to review the results with a specialist.
Preconception counseling for individuals who are undergoing IVF or assisted reproductive technologies or who are concerned about their chance to have a baby with a genetic condition or birth defect.
Prenatal counseling for people who are considering genetic testing during their pregnancy, or individuals who have already had genetic testing and would like to discuss the results.
Pediatric counseling for families who have concerns about a variety of disorders (such as developmental delay) that could be genetic. See case studies.
Adult counseling for individuals who have questions about genetic tests (which ones to get or results), concerns about a variety of disorders (such as heart problems, diabetes, and Ehlos-Danos syndrome) in which ones genetics can contribute to developing the disorder, or genetic concerns about ones family medical history.
Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) counseling for individuals who’ve had testing done with a company like 23andMe, Ancestry.com, Gene by Gene, MyMedLab, MyHeritage, Color Genomics, etc, or third-party interpretation services such as Promethease or GEDmatch, and would like to talk with a genetic expert about their health-related test results.
We strive to make genetic counseling services available to all who need them. Visit our ‘FAQs‘ page to learn more about billing and our patient assistance program.