Depression, Anxiety, Mood, and Parkinson’s
with Joanne Hamilton, PhD
Tuesday, August 9, 2022
2 pm MDT (1 pm PDT, 3 pm CDT, 4 pm EDT)
Parkinson’s impact on emotions and mood is often overlooked because they are complicated and harder to talk about objectively than physical symptoms. But approximately 50-60% of people living with Parkinson’s experience varying levels of depression and anxiety so the more you know about these mood-related issues, the better equipped you will be to get the care you need.
During this webinar Dr. Joanne Hamilton will discuss:
- The many facets and types of depression
- How to spot, understand, and manage anxiety
- The role neuropsychologist can play in helping you live better with Parkinson’s
- How (or if) mood issues change or get worse the longer you live with Parkinson’s
- When and how to treat depression and anxiety
- The latest in treatments, including non-pharmacological interventions for these mood-related issues?
- And much more!
Your Speaker for the Webinar
Dr. Joanne Hamilton earned her PhD from the SDSU/UCSD Joint Doctoral Program and specialized in neuropsychology. Her fellowship was completed at the Shiley-Marcos Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center where Dr. Hamilton was the principal investigator of an R01 research award investigating cognitive changes in Parkinson’s and Lewy Body Dementia. Dr. Hamilton currently works in clinical practice to translate scientific knowledge into practical tools to bring about meaningful advances in daily life for those living with Parkinson’s.
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