Psychotherapeutic Interventions

Reminiscence Therapy

Reminiscence therapy is a therapeutic intervention that improves self-esteem and provides older clients with a sense of fulfillment as they look back at their lives. This can also involve looking at old photos, listening to music, or talking about objects or mementos that hold meaning for the client.

Insight Oriented Therapy

Insight oriented psychotherapy is an approach to mental health counseling that focuses on assisting clients to come to an understanding of their own inner workings and motivations by looking back on past relationships and events in their lives that have helped shaped who they are today.

Reality Oriented Therapy

Reality orientation is designed to improve cognitive functioning in confused elderly clients by helping them focus on their immediate surrounding.

Coping Skills Therapy

Coping skills are strategies and tools people use in the face of stress and/or traumas to help manage painful emotions.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

CBT helps clients to become aware of inaccurate or negative thinking so that they can view challenging situations more clearly by challenging their inaccurate or negative thoughts and altering them, thus changing their feelings and reactions caused by the situation.


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The Effects of Psychotherapy

Mental Disorder

Approximately 15% of adults 60 and over suffer from mental disorders.

50 million people worldwide are living with dementia

80% of older adults recovered from depression after treatment.

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