Psychotherapy with the Elderly
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The complexity and ambiguity in defining “old” facilitate the errors of denying aging or equating it with senility. This may impede diagnosis of manifestations of illness which vary with age, or lead to misunderstanding of the motives, values and adaptive tasks of the older patient or to setting of too ambitious or too limited therapeutic goals. (31 pp.)