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More than a quarter of older adults have symptoms of anxiety. We help identify and manage triggers that contribute to anxiety in older adults while assisting in providing effective coping strategies. Learn more about how Total Life can identify and treat anxiety.


Depression is different at every age. Unfortunately, depression often goes undiagnosed in older adults due to these differences. We work closely with older adults experiencing depression symptoms by providing tailored therapy sessions and treatment plans. Learn how Total Life makes a difference in depression.


Caregivers often give their whole selves as they support and take care of loved ones. Many caregivers experience a complete emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion called Caregiver Stress Syndrome, which can manifest as other mental health concerns. Total Life’s therapists help prevent and treat Caregiver Stress Syndrome with both individual and group therapy.


Therapy has shown the potential to temporarily ease Alzheimer’s symptoms. Total Life therapists. We work closely with those with Alzheimer’s disease and their families as they face the emotional and lifestyle challenges that come with memory disorders.

Substance Use Disorder / Alcohol Use Disorder

Substance use frequently co-occurs with other mental health concerns but is often overlooked in older adults. Our therapists will work with clients to help identify substance use disorders, it causes, and provide tailored therapy sessions and treatment plans. Learn more about how Total Life can help you or your loved one who is seeking relief from unhealthy alcohol or substance use

Memory Loss

Older adults can benefit from therapy when they suffer from memory issues due to aging. Learn more about how Total Life can provide support and teach effective coping strategies to individuals who suffer from memory loss.

Grief and Loss

Grief from the loss of a loved one can present itself in many ways: through sadness, anger, and confusion. Total Life’s caring therapists are there at every step of the way as grief evolves to offer support, wisdom, and encouragement. Learn how Total Life supports members experiencing loss and helps you to cope with grief.

Life Changes

Life changes, even exciting changes like retirement and moving, can cause extra stress. Having another avenue of support during big changes can prevent stress from taking over your life. Total Life can help you to better facilitate these major changes by providing tailored therapy sessions and a neutral party for advice.


We work closely with seniors who have been diagnosed with dementia and their families and caregivers. Treatment often consists of a combination of lifestyle changes, medications, therapies, and behavior and symptom management strategies. Counseling is an excellent resource to help transition into post-diagnosis life.

Hearing Loss

We work closely with older adults who have suffered from a loss of hearing. Hearing loss can feel isolating, especially during social events. Therapy can help cope with your loss of hearing and develop a strategy that is tailored to improve your quality of life.

Vision Loss

While vision loss can happen at any age, it often occurs in older adults. Like any major life event, vision loss can bring feelings of helplessness. Total life can help ease your loss of vision by tailoring a strategy and treatment plan that improves your quality of life.

Sensory Loss

Losing sight, hearing, and smell are often a normal part of aging, but knowing that doesn’t make it any easier. Fortunately, those with sensory loss can continue to thrive with the right care and support. Total Life’s therapists are experts in working with clients with sensory loss and helping them live life to the fullest.

Pain Management

Pain is one of the most difficult chronic conditions to treat, particularly among older adults. Pain can often be accompanied by depression, anxiety, sleep impairment, and isolation. Learn how Total life can help members with the disruption pain causes today.


Research has shown that ⅓ of older adults experience symptoms of anhedonia, which is a loss of interest and pleasure in activities they once enjoyed. Using cognitive behavioral therapy, Total Life can identify and build a strategy around the factors causing a lack of motivation and anhedonia in you or your loved one.


Obesity has significant medical consequences and can accelerate the age-related disability in functional ability in older adults. Total Life’s therapists can help manage obesity by identifying the cause and providing tailored therapy sessions focused on a healthier lifestyles.

Heart Disease

Cardiovascular conditions, such as heart disease and stroke, can be overwhelming, especially when a diagnosis comes with a new lifestyle. However, connecting with sources of emotional support can ease the transition and even improve the quality of life. Total Life can support your healthy lifestyle with the right mental health care.

Kidney Disease

Whether in the early stages or facing ESRD, those with kidney disease are at higher risk for depression and other mental health conditions. To address this progressive illness and the feelings that come with it, Total Life offers individual and group therapy to help those with CKD live fulfilling lives.

Respiratory Disease

Respiratory diseases such as COPD can have an acute impact on an active lifestyle. And, when our bodies don’t feel right, we don’t feel right. Total Life is here to offer support and give advice on how to live well with COPD.


Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a chronic inflammatory lung disease with progressive and only partially reversible symptoms. Depression and anxiety are extremely common in COPD patients, and therapy is the key to working through this disease. It’s time to get in touch with someone who understands what you are going through, and who can develop personalized strategies to help you feel like yourself again.


Strokes are brain injuries that can cause emotional changes, and the most common effects are anger, depression, and general frustration. One plus side is that many disabilities resulting from stroke usually improve with time which means emotional changes mostly tend to improve, and our therapists can help you navigate these trying times to find a happier you.


A large number of Americans are believed to suffer from chronic kidney disease, and most of the time dialysis is the only option for patients in late stages of this disease. Therapy has been shown to foster coping skills for patients on dialysis, and our therapists are highly experienced in helping our patients find the right coping mechanisms to assist them in leading more fruitful lives.