How Your Beliefs About Aging Determine How Long and Well You Live | 15 CEU
Explore the writings of a leading expert on the psychology of successful aging and discover how age beliefs can be improved so they benefit all aspects of the aging process--including how genes operate—potentially increasing life expectancy by 7.5 years.
Understand how age beliefs shape all aspects of life. Evidence-based research demonstrates stunning revelations about the mind-body connection. Health problems formerly considered to be entirely due to the aging process, such as memory loss, hearing decline, and cardiovascular events, are influenced by negative age beliefs that dominate in the US and other ageist societies.
Examine case reports of those who have benefited from positive age beliefs as well as an entire town that has flourished with these beliefs. Harness this landmark work and implement easy-to-follow techniques for improving age beliefs and lead your clients towards successful aging, thereby reducing structural ageism.
Explain the genetic influence upon life expectancy.
Understand the latest evidence-based research about the mind-body connection upon health and longevity.
Implement and develop protocols to facilitate positive age beliefs and successful aging.
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Continuing Education Info Professionally accepted for continuing education. View info. This course is also accepted by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and may be used towards the continuing professional education unit (CPEU) requirement for dietetic professionals (RDNs & NDTRs).