Amy Rosett, Ph.D.
Please, join us for one and a half hours of live presentation about the issues related to the treatment of the older adult population.
will explore the concept of aging from psychophysiological and psychosocial perspectives and their clinical implications for the mental health therapist.
Physical, mental, and emotional changes will be discussed and their effects on the psychological state of the older adult will be examined.
will also look into impact of aging on the family roles and dynamics.
Dr. Amy Rosett, is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Encino, CA, working with adults and adolescents, with a specialization in clinical geropsychology.
is the president elect and Membership Committee Chairperson of the Los Angeles County Psychological Association
he has worked in skilled nursing facilities, assisted livings, and other long term care facilities since 1996.
provides individual, couple, family and group psychotherapy for older adults and their families.
includes a weekly, ongoing support group for more than 4 years for women in their 80s and 90s.
er work in facilities includes providing in-service staff training, case consultation with physicians and other professionals, and participation in behavioral management meetings.
From September 2006 to June, 2008 she was a Clinical Instructor at the David Geffen School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, at UCLA.
he is currently the Membership Coordinator for the national group Psychologists in Long Term Care.