Grief makes people uncomfortable. People don’t know what to say or do when confronted with someone’s grief. The griever’s pain and tears are overwhelming, and people just don’t know what to say or do. In addition, seeing someone’s loss reminds people of their own mortality and the mortality of the people they love.Read More
People are often confused between dementia and Alzheimer’s. As a result, people think any type of cognitive impairment is Alzheimer’s. In fact, Alzheimers is just one of over 50 different types of dementia.Read More
The decision whether an individual with Alzheimer’s, or some other form of Dementia, should remain in the home or move to a memory care facility can be very difficult. There is no clear answer as to what is best for both the Alzheimer patient and the caregivers.Read More
Some of the newest articles on aging. Both the science of aging as well as the experience of aging. While science may be universal, each of us experiences aging in our own unique way.Read More
Here’s this weeks set of articles on Grief and Grief Counseling. These articles mostly focus on the importance of talking about grief. So often our friends and family, without meaning to, encourage us to NOT talk about our grief. They couch it in wanting to help us feel better, but in reality it is just too upsetting for them.Read More
This is a collection of recent articles on the science and experience of aging. Don’t skip the one on the health benefits of sex for seniors.
I am an Associate Marriage & Family Therapist in Corte Madera California. I specialize in doing therapy with seniors and senior couples. I hope you enjoy these articles and find them useful. Leave a comment below and let me know what you think. JacobRead More
This weeks on some of the Grief and Grief Counseling. I especially recommend the article from the Washington Post on how a nun helps prepare for end of life.
I am an Associate Marriage & Family Therapist, and I specialize in Grief Counseling as well as doing therapy with seniors. I hope you enjoy these articles and find them useful. Leave a comment below and let me know what you think. JacobRead More
This weeks on some of the joys and challenges of aging. There’s one on Vitamin D and Dementia that was very interesting.
I am an Associate Marriage & Family Therapist, and I specialize in doing therapy with seniors, both with older adults and older couples. I hope you enjoy these articles and find them useful. Leave a comment below and let me know what you think. JacobRead More
A collection of recent articles that examin aging from a variety of perspectives.Read More
A collection of the latest news and articles on Grief and Grief Counseling.Read More
Grief is usually associated with the mourning process that comes after a loved one dies. But, in most cases, grief actually begins well before death. This is true both for the person who dies, who begins to mourn his or her own approaching death, as well as their friends and family who are experiencing their approaching loss.Read More
Many, if not most, terminally ill patients experience a crisis of meaning as they approach the end of their lives.Read More