Find A Licensed Mental Health Provider Who Specializes With Older Adults
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DPH Counseling Deborah P. Hammond, DHSc, LCSW,CADC
"Journey to Health & Wellness"
Dr. Deborah P. Hammond LCSW
individual and group counseling for older adults
Dr. Tracy Franklin, PhD, ABPP
Board Certified Geropsychologist who provides cognitive screenings and short-term solution-focused care via telehealth and in-person in the primary care setting. Currently only seeing PMG West Hills Patients.
Kimberly C Winsor, LCSW, LSCSW, ASW-G, CADODTS
I am a Certified Advanced Social Worker in Gerontology and Certified Alzheimer’s Disease & Other Dementia Treatment Specialist and have worked within the social work field since 2007. I appreciate providing supportive counseling to individuals, couples and families, covering everything from the messy to mundane, and all the in between. Let’s discover that spark of joy in your life!
Teresa Young, Ph.D.
As a counseling psychologist with an emphasis on health, I work with individuals, couples, and families as they adapt to changes resulting from aging, chronic illness, and acquired disability. I believe people can be resilient when they or someone they love faces serious health challenges. My mission is to provide a non-judgmental and authentic atmosphere while I work with you to explore uncertainty, identify and develop strengths, and reinvigorate a sense of purpose and meaning in life.
(614) 328-9528View Profile
Tsiona Cohen, LCSW-C, CCM
You don’t have to go at this alone! I am a social worker with almost 20 years experience primarily working with the geriatric population. I also have many years of experience working with adults with disabilities and enjoy helping them live their life to the fullest. I provide services via telehealth and am therefore able to work with individuals throughout the State of Maryland. I look forward to working with you.
Jennifer Batra, LCSW
Providing in-home counseling for older adults and their family
Virtual Sessions available as well
Carrie Ditzel, PhD, PhD Clinical Psychology
A licensed Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Ditzel's focus is on treating older adults and those living with challenging medical conditions while helping individuals and families adjust during periods of change and transition.
Kate Krajci, MA, LCSW
Counseling & Psychotherapy: If you are dealing with difficult emotions due to depression, worry, loss, grief, or other changes in your life, I offer a safe and supportive space to explore them. Through the therapy process, you'll learn techniques and strategies to help manage those feelings.
Care Planning: If you, a family member or friend is facing a new medical diagnosis, concerns about memory or dementia, or the prospect of a major life change like retirement, the practical challenges can feel overwhelming. From navigating the complexity of available services to coordinating family roles and responsibilities, I will draw on 18 years of experience to create a roadmap custom-tailored to your unique situation.
Shanta Johnson, LCSW
Providing a listening ear to older adults and caregivers
Viktoriya Samarina, PhD
I am a licensed psychologist who specializes in Neuropsychology. I strongly believe in a warm, empathic, and accepting approach. I have extensive clinical experience working with adults and older adults. I provide neuropsychological assessments and consultation to clients with various medical and neurological difficulties such as neurodegenerative diseases, dementia, stroke, epilepsy, and traumatic brain injury. I provide therapeutic support for clients who struggle with various medical issues. Learn more in my profile.
(650) 405-3626View Profile
Erin Kube, PhD
Meghan Marty, PhD
Dr. Marty is available to assist with handling emotional stress that comes with medical illness and disability; caring for an ill spouse or parent; feeling down, sad, or hopeless; struggling with worry or anxiety; concerns about memory or thinking abilities; lack of motivation or drive; feeling lonely or isolated; grieving the death of a loved one
Stacy Sasada, LCSW, MSG
I am committed to helping older adults and caregivers navigate life’s transitions. My work focuses on decreasing depression, anxiety, and coping with the loss and overwhelming changes that occur in the later phase of life. Depression is not a normal part of aging and I believe that everyone deserves to achieve their highest quality of life.
Caregiving is equally rewarding, as it is mentally and physically exhausting. In order to provide the best care to your loved one it is important to seek support for your mental health.
Erica Lehman, PsyD, Clinical Psychologist
Laura Vaillancourt, LMHC, GMHS
Laura's specialty is in supporting families through the dementia journey. She has a gift in helping families understand difficult concepts such as how to navigate challenging behaviors, what to think about when planning for the future such as financial and legal considerations, how to navigate the changing dynamic of the family and the variety of questions that can come up as you navigate the care needs of your loved one.
Todd Wagoner, MSW, LCSW, C-ASWCM
Eliza Polli, Psy.D.
Hello! I am a postdoctoral fellow in a group private practice and I am a specialist in Geropsychology. I provide individual psychotherapy to older adults struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma, sleep, aging, relational stress, grief/bereavement, caregiver stress, medical concerns, end of life, and general adjustment difficulties.
Jennifer Ho, Psy.D.
I provide individual psychotherapy for diverse working professionals and aging adults. At whatever stage you are in life, my goal is to help you find greater clarity, cope, and ultimately thrive in the face of life's challenges.
Lisa Frank MD, MD
Mindful Transitions, LLC, LCSW
We bring clinical social work services to you, in your own home.
The clinical team at Mindful Transitions works with older adults who are experiencing mental or emotional distress, and our services are mobile to the client’s home within the Atlanta area. You don’t have to struggle alone.
Vanessa A. Schaeffer, Psy.D., Clinical Psychologist
Consultation and Therapy services for Older Adults, their family members and caregivers. Providing support in all aspects of aging.
Vonetta Dotson, Ph.D.,
Dr. Vonetta Dotson is a neuropsychologist specializing in aging who provides neuropsychological assessment, memory screening, and consultation for older adults.
Evan Plys, PhD
Conditions I treat include: anxiety, depression, adjustment to illness, caregiving stress, and relationship struggles.
I use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Caregiver Family Therapy, Solution-Focused and Problem-Solving therapies, as well as a variety of other techniques.
Katherine Lou, PsyD
I work with clients with diverse problems, including anxiety, depression, grief, disability, and serious or chronic medical conditions. In addition, I have specialized training in behavioral medicine and geriatric psychology. I have special interest in working with older adults and their families on a variety of later-life issues. Inclusion is a central value to my practice, and I continuously strive to affirm different forms of diversity, such as race, religion, gender identity, and sexuality.
(617) 366-2550View Profile
Rhonda Levy-Larson Ph.D., Doctorate in Clinical Psychology with a specialty in Neuropsychology
I have been practicing over 30 years with a wide variety of clients including older adults. I provide neuropsychological and psychological evaluations and individual psychotherapy. The individuals I worked with include people with traumatic brain injuries, concussion, cognitive impairment, dementia, stroke, other neurological disorders, depression, anxiety, adjustment disorders, posttraumatic stress disorders, and behavior problems. I provide a comprehensive assessment with practical recommendations, and value the input of both the client and their family members.
Regina Koepp, PsyD, ABPP, Board Certified Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Regina Koepp is a clinical geropsychologist who provides consultation, assessment, and therapy to older adults and their families.
Thank you for your patience while we fill our directory. Didn’t find what you’re looking for? These additional resources may be helpful:
- If you have insurance, call or go online to see if your insurance covers “Behavioral Health” or “Mental Health”, then look for providers in your network. You can google them to read about them and see if they’re a good fit for you.
- Call the Area Agency Near You. Simply click here, plug in your zip code, and call the agency nearest you to ask for mental health resources for older adults in your area.
- Major Medical Centers and Universities – google major medical centers or medical universities near you to see if they offer mental health care for older adults. Here are some common terms to help you in your search: geriatric mental health, behavioral health for older adults, geriatric psychiatry program, etc.
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