The very best is yet to come


The golden years are a time of reflection, relaxation, and embracing life’s precious moments. However, they can also bring challenges that impact mental well-being.


The transition into this phase of life, coping with physical ailments, or the loss of loved ones can sometimes lead to feelings of sadness, anxiety, or isolation. At our Geriatric Mental Health Services, we understand these unique challenges.


Our dedicated team provides empathetic, specialized care designed specifically for seniors. With our guidance, you or your loved one can navigate this stage of life with clarity, peace, and a renewed sense of purpose.

Geriatric Mental Health Services near me


While a long life is usually a blessing, it may sometimes come with mental health issues that affect one’s outlook on life. The loss of a loved one or coming to grips with an aging body, may bring about depression, anxiety or unhealthy episodes of bereavement. Older adults and seniors have their own set of mental health needs and experiences, different from those that are younger, and it is important to recognize these differences.

IDCC’s team of mental health professionals has experience in working with the geriatric population on a wide range of mental health issues. We believe that while life may become a bit more challenging as the body ages, the golden years can still be the very best years of our lives.



Geriatric depression

Elderly depression treatment Brooklyn, New york Depression is a common problem among older adults, but it is not a normal part of aging. Certain life experiences that happen as we get older such as the death of a loved one, moving from work into retirement, or dealing with a serious illness, can leave people feeling […]

Bereavement / Grief

BEREAVEMENT / GRIEF Coping with the death of a loved one can be difficult for anyone. But for a senior, the experience can be a greater struggle. Health problems, loss of independence, loneliness, and other issues that accompany growing older can compound and heighten grief. Moreover, an emotional support system that used to exist may […]

Gereatric OCD

OCD Obsessive Compulsive Disorder  One of the most common mental illnesses in America, Obsessive-Compulsive disorder (OCD) is a disorder that is prevalent among seniors. Obsessive-Compulsive thoughts and actions take up time and energy. Seniors suffering from OCD may not be able to maintain a healthy, daily routine while trying to manage these distractions. As the […]


PTSD / TRAUMA Post Traumatic Stress Disorder  Seniors may be at a higher risk for developing Posttraumatic Stress Disorders (PTSD) following a traumatic event or having symptoms re-emerge later in life, compared to other groups of people in our society.Research has shown that approximately 70% of adults in the United States have experienced a traumatic […]

Depression With Alzheimer’s

DEPRESSION WITH ALZHEIMER’S Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, can often lead to Depression in older adults. In many cases, older adults become depressed when they realize that their memory and ability to function is not as strong as it used to be. Together, Depression and Alzheimer’s can cause other symptoms. Many who are […]

Geriatric Anxiety

Treatment of Anxiety In Elderly Brooklyn, New york Anxiety is common among older adults as they often contract illnesses, encounter unfamiliar social interactions, and experience frightening events. Feeling anxious or nervous in these situations is a common emotion for people of all ages and a normal reaction to stress. But when one feels anxious often […]


BIPOLAR Occasional irritability and moodiness are common as the aging progresses. This is usually due to the assorted aches and pains that are felt as the body grows older. However, if the behaviors or moods become extreme, this could indicate the onset of Bipolar disorder later in life. Bipolar disorder is a mental health disorder […]