Members

 

 1fcde33c8e6b62ebba0773cbac1ff5591468360154_l Patricia Bowyer, EdD, MS, OTR, FAOTA.  Associate Director/Professor Occupational Therapy, Texas Woman’s University, Houston, TX, USA. Mirror interests: Amputation and mirror/body image.
 Tania Celia  Tania Celia, PhD, Family Nurse Practitioner.  Assistant Professor Texas Woman’s University, Houston, TX, USA. Mirror interests: has worked with Dr. Wyona Freysteinson on several studies.
  Sandra K. Cesario, PhD, RNC, FAAN. PhD Program Coordinator and Professor College of Nursing, Texas Woman’s University, Houston, TX, USA. Mirror interests: Areas of expertise are the design of built environments (which includes mirror placement in health care settings), use of the mirror during the birth process, and gynecologic oncology and the use of mirrors during gyn exams, and mirrors for the mastectomy patient.
Karen Davin, BS, RN, OCN® is an Oncology Nurse Navigator in the Memorial Hermann Health System, Houston, TX. USA. Research Interest: Mirrors for the Mastectomy Patient.
Amy S. Deutsch, DNP, RN, CNS, AOCNS.  Memorial Hermann Healthcare System Cancer Center, Houston, TX, USA.  Research interests:  Mirrors in ostomy care and mirrors for the mastectomy patient.
 diane-drake Diane Drake, PhD, RN. Nurse Research Scientist – St. Joseph Health System, Mission Viego, CA, USA. Mirror interest: Oncology nurses and the use of mirrors.
 131471836_10224769100877464_8604091868992770090_o Denika Douglas, PhD, clinical psychologist. Research and clinical interest: amputation and mirror-viewing.
 download Michele Fingeret, PhD, Clinical Psychologist. Assistant Professor  MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, USA. Research interests: The experience of mirror-viewing for head and neck oncology patients.
Jan Foster, PhD, APRN, CNS, CCRN. Associate Professor at Texas Woman’s University, Houston, TX, USA. Mirror interest: Effect of Mirrors on Dementia.
 DSC00668 1 Wyona Freysteinson, PhD, MN, Professor at Texas Woman’s University, Houston, TX USA. Area of interest include Mirrors for the Mastectomy Patient, Mirrors in Nursing HomesMirrors and End of Life, mirrors and amputation, and body image for women veterans who have military sexual trauma.
  Lila Freysteinson, BSN, MSA. Retired nursing educator. Kelvington, SK, Canada. Mirror interest: Use of Mirrors in Nursing.
 1576723416657 Kim Giraud, Ph.D. in Neuropsychology. Clinical Trial Coordinator of ICU studies at Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Cambridge, UK. Research interestMirrors in the ICU and its Effect on Reducing Delirium.
 index Laura Gobeli, MSN, RN-BC. Manager of Education and Magnet Program Director at Memorial Hermann Southeast and Pearland Hospitals, Houston, TX. USA. Research interest: Educating nurses in supportive mirror-interventions in the immediate aftermath of disfigurement due to trauma or surgery.
Melinda Hermanns Melinda Hermanns, PhD, RN, BC is an assistant professor at The University of Texas at Tyler, Texas. Melinda’s research work is the study of body image for patients with Parkinson’s disease. We recently met at a nursing convention and Melinda is intrigued with the idea of incorporating the mirror into her body image work.    
June Kelsick, PhD Clinical Administrative Director, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, USA. Research interest: Mirrors and Dementia.
Carol Carol Lewis, BSN, RN, OCN. Oncology Nurse Navigator Memorial Hermann the Woodlands, Houston, TX, USA. Research interest: Mirrors for the Mastectomy Patient.
 Susan Susan Mellott, PhD, RN, CPHQ, FNAHQ. Associate Professor, Nelda C. Stark College of Nursing, Houston, Texas. Mirror interest: women veterans.
 Picture1 Tracey McDonald, PhD. Professor of Aging, RSL Lifecare, Australian Catholic University, Narrabeen, NSW, Australia. Mirror interest: Elderly and the use of mirrors after minor facial surgery.
DHM Danielle H. Melton, M.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Medicine and  Rehabilitation the University of Texas Health Science Center-Medical School, Houston. Dr. Melton is the Director of the Amputation Clinic at TIRR Memorial Hermann Hospital. Area of Interest: Amputation and Mirrors/Body Image.
 Jose Medes  Jose Mendes, Clinical and Health Psychologist, Director of Intelecto – Psychology and Research, PhD Student – ISPA-IU, Portugal, Responsible for the Intervention Project: “How see myself – A Psychosocial Approach”, Research interests: The experience of mirror-viewing for facial surgery and others diseases skin.
  Rachelle Nurse, PhD. Assistant Professor at Texas Woman’s University, Houston, TX, USA. Research interest: Mirror and Women’s Health.
 2019-11-24 14.33.52 Maria Palacious, Community Member. President & Founder of National Women with Disabilities Empowerment Forum. Maria is known as the Goddess on Wheels is a performer, disability activist, and poet. Mirror-viewing education is incorporated into body image workshops for women with disabilities for “self-healing and empowerment”.
 Dr. Abbie Piette Abbie Piette, Ed.D., MACI, BSN, RN. Founder and Executive Director of The Thoughtful Culture Consulting Group, LLC. Irving, TX, USA. Mirror interests:  Ethical Implications of Mirror Use by Healthcare providers, including accuracy of anticipated Mirror ‘reflections’ by both patient and provider populations.
 Kristen Reeves 2_pp-1 Kristin Reeves, MS, Physical Therapist, Program Manager of the Limb Loss Program, Texas Institute of Rehabilitation and Research, Memorial Hermann. Research Interest: Mirror-viewing and amputation.

 Susan-photo Susan Ridley, PhD, NCC, CPS, CPRP, REAT, ATR-BC. Assistant Professor of Creative Arts at West Liberty University in WV and Adjunct Professor at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, IN.  Research interest is in the use of mirrors as a tool for Self-reflection with AdolescentsIntergenerational Research on Identity, and the Deconstruction and Reformation of Identity.
 -Lowine Lowine Sarbacker, MSN, RN. Director of Education at Memorial Hermann Southeast Hospital, Houston, TX. USA. Research interest: Educating nurses in supportive mirror-interventions in the immediate aftermath of disfigurement due to trauma or surgery.
 Laura Laura Shepherd, DClinPsy. Clinical Psychologist, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, UK. Research interests : Opinions and Experiences of Burns Patients Concerning Mirrors and Staff confidence and practice in helping patients look at their burn injuries using mirrors.
 Angela Angela Sisk, MSN, RN, OCN. Oncology Nurse Navigator Memorial Hermann Northwest, Houston, TX, USA. Research interest: Mirrors for the Mastectomy Patient.
Lilian Sweeney, RN,BSN,OCN,CBCN is an Oncology Nurse Navigator in the Memorial Hermann Health System, Houston, TX. Research Interest: Mirrors for the Mastectomy Patient.
 QlG7vDPB-228986267-1 Becky Thayer, MSN, RN, CRRN Nursing Admin. Project Manager and Nursing EBP Council Facilitator,Texas Institute for Rehabilitation and Research, Texas Medical Center Houston. Research interest: Educating nurses in supportive mirror-interventions in the immediate aftermath of disfigurement due to trauma or surgery.
 external-content.duckduckgo.com  Lisa Thomas, DNP, APRN, ACNS-BC, CRRN, NEA-BC, CNE Assistant Professor, Clinical, Cizik School of Nursing, UTHealth, Houston, TX, USA. Research interest: Educating nurses in supportive mirror-interventions in the immediate aftermath of disfigurement due to trauma or surgery.
 WillsonWeb2018 Pam Wilson, PhD, RN, FNP, BC. Director of Research – Elsevier, Houston, Texas. Mirror interest: Parkinson’s disease and the experience of mirror- viewing.
 Wuest Linda Wuest, RN, BSN, OCN. Oncology Nurse Navigator, Memorial Hermann Northeast, Houston, TX, USA. Research interest: Mirrors for the Mastectomy Patient.