Program Outcomes

Online Counselling for Older Adults

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Beneficial For:

  • Elderly dealing with loss
  • Old aged dealing with aging, illness and dependence
  • Older parents living away from their children
  • Older adults experiencing loss of interest
  • Older adults struggling with death anxiety
  • Elderly with loss of will to live
  • Older adults struggling with self care and cognitive dysfunctions
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We Will Help You With:

  • Dealing with symptoms of anxiety
  • Improving, memory, language other cognitions
  • Relaxation and other mindfulness techniques
  • Overcoming Death Anxiety
  • Managing Grief and Dealing with Loss
  • Restoring a Positive Sense of Self
  • Overcoming Depression and Low Moods

Old age is usually accompanied by many problems, be it physical, mental or emotional. Isolation, mood and anxiety disorders, dementia, and psychosis are just a few of the mental health issues. As a result of physical diseases or surgical treatments, they also experience sleep and behavioural disturbances, cognitive impairment, and confused states. 
 
Contributing factors in decline of older adults mental health include, existing health conditions, previous traumatic experiences, retirement and abandonment, decline in physical capabilities, Loss of loved ones, Social Isolation and abuse. Abuse can include physical, verbal, psychological, financial, and sexual abuse, as well as neglect, loss of dignity and respect which can result in serious and potentially long-term psychological effects such as depression and anxiety. Furthermore, situations such as bereavement or a decline in socioeconomic position with retiring are more likely to occur in older people. Most of these challenges might cause isolation, loneliness, or psychological anguish in seniors, along with diminished mobility, chronic pain, frailty, or other health issues that necessitate long-term care. Seniors rely on social connections and intimate personal relationships, for support  and in turn suffer from broken personal ties and loneliness. 
 
Major Warning signs to look out for in older adults struggling with mental health issues.
Mood swings or changes in energy levels
Disturbed sleep and eating habits
Confusion, forgetfulness, and disorientation
Incoherent speech and inappropriate blabbering
Increased worrying and constant fear
Loss of will to live
Feeling anxious with the idea of death
Loss of interest in daily activity
Absence of self care
Unexplained aches and pains.
Sadness or a sense of hopelessness
Aggressive outbursts or excessive crying
Having trouble getting thoughts and memories out of your head
Hearing voices or believing in things that aren t true
Consider self-harm or injuring others.
 
Changes in physical and mental capacities that occur with age can be difficult to detect—for elderly people as well as their family, friends, and caretakers. HopeQure helps you identify the warning signs to help plan interventions for elderly that can be arranged online or at home. Our professionals help identify the behaviours could signal that action is required and aid betterment. At HopeQure, our professionals specialises in dealing with geriatric depression and geriatric anxiety, which are known to be quite common but unfortunately the most overlooked issues amongst older adults. With therapy elderly feel understood, supported, and valued. They are encouraged to outline their problems, express many feelings, and receive validation for the realistic pressures faced and this makes them feel acknowledged. The therapist also clarifies issues that are reported and works on self-esteem to help restore a positive sense of self.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

An elder may feel a lack of control over their life due to physical stresses including diminishing financial resources, declining eyesight, hearing loss, and other physical changes. Feelings like depression, anxiety, loneliness, and low self-esteem are frequently brought on by these problems.

There are several ways to manage stress related to ageing, including Exercise, Relaxation techniques, Social support, Time management, Mindfulness, Therapy, and Medication.

Psychotherapy along with medication has proved to be impactful in treating anxiety by altering the maladaptive thought patterns associated with anxiety and relaxation exercises

There are various forms of therapy that could be useful for controlling ageing-related stress, including Interpersonal therapy, Supportive therapy, Mindfulness-based therapy, Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and Geriatric Psychiatry.

Loss recovery can be a challenging and stressful process. A mental health professional can help an individual to process and deal with grief. Therapeutic techniques allow to grieve to deal with loss, discuss their emotions, seek assistance, maintain health, establish a ritual, find a new baseline, and learn to be kind to self.

Cognitive Retraining provides activities that are learnt and performed to help maintain cognitive function and slow the decline. Although cognitive decline can be a normal aspect of aging. brain-challenging activities, physical activity, a nutritious diet, sufficient sleep, stress management, and socializing can delay the decline.

Therapy that induces Positive self-talk, focusing on achievements, surrounding yourself with supportive people, self-care practices, confronting limiting beliefs, being kind to yourself, practicing mindfulness, and therapy are all effective strategies to work on improving self-esteem.

Handling psychological problems, dealing with grief, building relationships, managing the long-term illness, enhancing stress management, boosting self-esteem, and addressing end-of-life concerns are just a few of the ways counselling can benefit the elderly. Counselling employs various ways to address psychological concerns of the older adults.

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