Note: Anyone who wishes genetic counseling may find a counselor directly through several means, completely independent of the gene testing companies. In the U.S., the primary sources include the National Society of Genetic Counselors, asking your doctor, and checking with your healthcare insurer.
[PMID 19606049] Individuals who present to health care providers with online genetics information may be among the most motivated to take steps toward healthier lifestyles. These motives might be leveraged by health care providers to promote positive health outcomes.
[PMID 19605829] The REVEAL study concludes that disclosure of APOE genotyping results to adult children of patients with Alzheimer's disease did not result in significant short-term psychological risks.
The following individuals are discussing their testing experiences, listed in alphabetical order:
Jay's DNA has Jay Cross's thoughts on reading his 23andMe report.
Psychologist Stephen Pinker has a particularly thoughtful and accurate essay (My Genome, My Self) inspired by analysis of both his DNA chip and (partial) DNA sequence data
Gary Wolf writes in his blog The Quantified Self of his attempts to gain satisfaction from his 23andMe results.