People experiencing Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia deal with memory loss, cognitive decline or challenges, and perhaps physical difficulties. Alzheimer’s and dementia can be difficult for the individual experiencing it and their loved ones.
Available Treatment Options
Therapists can use different types of interventions to treat the cognitive and physical challenges of Alzheimer’s or dementia. They also can combine these treatments with therapeutic interventions as they work best for the client.
A person might have intense emotions about their own cognitive or physical decline, and counselors can tailor the processes of emotional expression to fit the person’s cognitive status.
Therapists Who Specialize in Helping Those Who Struggle With
RICARDO CARRILLO, PhD, in private practice as a clinical forensic psychologist. He is currently the director of a prevention and early intervention project for La Clinica de la Raza. He continues to conduct policy research for the California Endowment on disparities in Latino Mental Health. He served as executive director of Primer Paso Institute, Inc. a Latino behavioral health organization se...
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