Positive Aging: An Innovative Approach to Counseling Older Adults
This introductory workshop teaches principles of Positive Aging to optimize coping in later life. Specific strategies are described for the range of late-life problems, including adjusting to long-term care, caregiving, and death and dying. Evidence-supported geriatric counseling is examined from a Positive Aging perspective, and meaning-based life span therapies are introduced as techniques to help transform the problems of aging into opportunities for well-being and life enhancement.
Successful completion will provide you with 4 CE credits. A CE certificate may be downloaded and printed immediately upon completion.
Part of the APA Online Academy Convention Workshop Presentations Campus.
- Apply a Positive Aging framework for intervening with older adults;
- Build skills and strategies to optimize late-life adjustment;
- Acquire assessment techniques to evaluate intervention effectiveness;
- Apply Positive Aging to long-term care, caregiving, and death and dying
Robert D. Hill, PhD, ABPP
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