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Regina Koepp, PsyD, ABPP
Learn the facts about older adults and suicide and several strategies you can use for helping older adults at risk for suicide.
These five facts give insight into what causes dementia caregiver stress and makes dementia the most expensive and time-consuming illness to care for.
Early diagnosis of Alzheimer's or dementia can pave the road to better care. Learn why early diagnosis of dementia is important and how early diagnosis of dementia helps families.
Worried that your older loved one has memory loss? Here are 5 steps to take if you're noticing signs, including when to seek medical care.
Depression is not a normal part of aging, but it is the most prevalent mental health condition among older adults. Knowing the signs and symptoms of depression can help.
5 expert tips for helping your older loved one seek medical care.
Coronavirus isn't the only thing harming older adults. Ageism takes a toll on older adults as well. Learn three common types of ageism and what you can do to confront ageism.
Race-related stressors have a profoundly negative effect on an Older African American adult's physical and mental health. What can we do to help?
This seven-step action plan for overcoming loss and grief during COVID could help you move through loss with peace and comfort.
Is prolonged social distancing harming older adults? A few adjustments can go a long way in helping seniors find happiness and enjoy life again.
Regina Koepp, PsyD, ABPP, is a board-certified Clinical Psychologist, Gerontologist, and host of the Psychology of Aging Podcast. She specializes in the mental health care of older adults and their families.