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Anxiously Aging: Understanding and Living Well With Anxiety in Late Life

Anxiety and Depression
Wednesday, May 01, 2024 12:00 pm
- 1:00 pm ET

Dr. Julie Erickson is a clinical psychologist, author and educator dedicated to improving mental health in late life. In this talk Dr. Erickson will discuss the experience of anxiety in later life and highlight what older adults can do to reduce their risk of developing an anxiety disorder. She will also review several practical and highly effective steps older adults can take to better manage their anxiety, as outlined in her book The Aging Well Workbook for Anxiety & Depression. Whether you’re an older adult who’s anxious or supporting an aging person, this talk is for you. 

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Julie Erickson PhD

Julie Erickson PhD

Dr. Julie Erickson is a clinical psychologist in private practice and adjunct faculty member in the Department of Applied Psychology & Human Development at the University of Toronto. She is the co-author of The Aging Well Workbook for Anxiety and Depression (New Harbinger Publications). 

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