Aging can bring about numerous life transitions, some of which can be difficult to navigate. Whether it is dealing with the loss of a loved one, adjusting to physical or mental changes, or simply facing the realities of aging, it can be challenging to cope with these transitions on your own. That’s where Total Life comes in. Our team of experienced therapists and counselors are here to help seniors navigate these changes and provide support during the grieving process. Our grief therapy techniques are designed to help seniors work through their feelings of loss and find ways to manage their symptoms of grief. Whether you are seeking grief counseling or therapy for change, our team is here to help. We also offer grief support groups for those looking for additional support during this time. Contact us today at 1-800-567-5433 to learn more about our life transitions counseling and therapy services.
Therapy from the comfort of your home
Overcome Aging Issues with Online Therapy
With Total Life’s teletherapy services, clients can access care from the comfort of their own homes, eliminating the need to travel to a physical location.
Teletherapy allows clients to schedule sessions at times that are convenient for them, making it easier to fit therapy into their busy schedules.
Some clients may feel more comfortable seeking therapy from the privacy of their own home, rather than in a physical therapy office.
Teletherapy allows you to receive mental health care from the comfort of your own home. With Total Life, you can connect with a trained therapist through video conferencing or phone calls and receive the support you need, no matter where you are located. Total Life is a trusted and caring provider of online therapy services, and our therapists are dedicated to helping you improve your mental health and well-being. We understand that seeking therapy can be intimidating, and we are here to make the process as easy and comfortable as possible for you. Contact us today to learn more about how Total Life online therapy can help you.
If you are looking for a therapist who is right for you, there are a few options available. One option is to do some research online and look for therapists in your area who offer online therapy services and specialize in the areas you are seeking help with. However, with Total Life, you can benefit from the expertise of a care coordinator who will work closely with you to identify the best therapist for your needs. Our care coordinators are dedicated to helping you find the right therapist, and they will take the time to understand your unique needs and goals to ensure that you are matched with the therapist who is the best fit for you. We believe that finding the right therapist is an important step in your journey to improve your mental health and well-being, and we are here to support you every step of the way. Contact us today to learn more about how Total Life can help you find the right therapist.
At Total Life, we believe that therapy is not just for people with mental health problems. In fact, many people seek out Total Life therapy to address a wide range of concerns, such as relationship issues, stress, grief, and life transitions. Our therapists are trained to help you with these challenges and to support you as you work towards your goals. We understand that everyone’s needs are different, and we are here to provide you with personalized care that is tailored to your individual needs and goals.
Total Life offers a range of benefits for seniors who are interested in accessing individual online therapy. Through Total Life, seniors can easily connect with a Medicare-approved therapist and access online therapy services from the comfort and privacy of their own home. Total Life’s online platform provides seniors with a wider range of therapy options and allows them to schedule sessions at a time that is convenient for them. In addition, seniors who choose to access therapy through Total Life may benefit from reduced stigma and improved accessibility, as online therapy can provide a more anonymous and discreet way to access mental health services.
We specialize in supporting seniors
Overcome Aging with Total Life
We understand the importance of seeing actual change in your mental health. A majority of our clients report change to their mental health after just six sessions. Our teletherapy services are tailored specifically to the unique needs of seniors and are often completely free for those covered by Medicare. Our therapists are experienced and trained to provide personalized care that addresses the specific challenges and concerns of older adults. With Total Life, you’ll have access to affordable, convenient, and personalized therapy
Total Life offers Medicare-covered therapy services, which means that seniors may be able to access care at no cost or a minimal cost.
Total Life is committed to providing personalized care to each of its clients, ensuring that they receive the support and resources they need to improve their mental health.
Total Life’s therapists are experienced in working with seniors and are trained in a variety of therapeutic approaches, ensuring that clients receive high-quality care.
There is no one-size-fits-all answer to what types of therapy are best for depression caused by aging, as the best approach will vary based on individual needs and circumstances. However, some evidence-based approaches that may be helpful include:
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT): This type of therapy helps individuals identify and change negative patterns of thinking that contribute to depression.
- Interpersonal Therapy (IPT): This type of therapy focuses on improving relationships and communication skills, which can help alleviate depression symptoms in older adults.
- Mindfulness-Based Therapies: Mindfulness-based therapies, such as Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) or Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), can help individuals manage stress, regulate emotions, and increase well-being.
- Geriatric Depression Scale (GDS): This is a self-assessment tool that can be used by depression therapy for elders to help identify depression and track treatment progress.
- Retirement Transition Therapy: This type of therapy can help individuals who are struggling with the emotional and practical aspects of transitioning to retirement.
- Trauma-Focused Therapy: For older adults who have experienced trauma, trauma-focused therapy, such as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), can be helpful in addressing symptoms of depression and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
If you or a loved one is struggling with grief and the emotions that come with it, know that help is available. At Total Life, we offer individual therapy for seniors who are grieving the loss of a loved one or struggling with life transitions. Our team of geriatric therapists and life transitions counselors are dedicated to helping seniors cope with change and find peace and happiness in their lives.
The key component of our grief counseling program is individual therapy. In a safe and confidential setting, you can work with a therapist to explore your emotions and thoughts related to the loss, develop coping strategies to manage your grief, and find ways to honor and remember your loved one.
If you would like to begin your grief journey with us, please contact our care team at 1-800-567-5433. At Total Life, we believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to heal from their grief and find joy in life again. If you’re ready to start your path to healing, we’re here to help.
If you or a loved one is facing life transitions and are struggling to cope with change, know that help is available. At Total Life, we offer individual therapy for seniors who are transitioning into retirement or dealing with other life changes. Our team of life transitions therapists and geriatric counselors are dedicated to helping seniors navigate these changes and find peace and happiness in their lives.
The key component of our life transition counseling program is individual therapy. In a safe and confidential setting, you can work with a therapist to explore your emotions and thoughts related to the change, develop coping strategies to manage stress and uncertainty, and find ways to embrace and thrive in this new chapter of your life.
If you would like to start your life transition journey with us, please contact our care team at 1-800-567-5433. At Total Life, we believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to find joy and fulfillment in the midst of life changes. If you’re ready to take the first step toward growth and renewal, we’re here to help.
There is no one-size-fits-all therapy that is best for the elderly. It is important to note that different individuals may benefit from different approaches to therapy, depending on their specific needs, experiences, and preferences. It is important to work with a mental health professional who has experience in working with older adults and can help you identify the best approach for your specific needs.
Trauma can affect older adults in similar ways to younger individuals, but there may also be some unique challenges that are associated with aging. Some of the ways that trauma can impact older adults include:
- Increased feelings of isolation and loneliness: Older adults may be more likely to experience social isolation, which can make it harder for them to cope with the effects of trauma.
- Physical health problems: Trauma can contribute to physical health problems, such as cardiovascular disease, chronic pain, and sleep disturbances, which can be more prevalent in older adults.
- Cognitive decline: Older adults who have experienced trauma may be more likely to experience cognitive decline, including memory problems and difficulty with decision-making.
- Increased risk of depression and anxiety: Trauma can increase the risk of developing depression and anxiety, which can be particularly problematic in older adults who may already be struggling with physical health issues or social isolation.
- Difficulty accessing support: Older adults may face challenges in accessing support, such as lack of transportation or difficulties navigating the healthcare system, which can make it harder for them to receive the help they need to cope with trauma.