Enjoy our informative and thoughtful conversation as Angela and I talk about mind matters & Parkinson’s disease with Associate Professor and longtime friend, Dr. Sarah Lageman.
Dr. Lageman shares information, tips, strategies, and approaches on how people living with Parkinson’s can help their mind and mental health. Hear about how COVID impacted Parkinson’s mental health, changed the healthcare system, and altered patient care. She provides a toolbox of different approaches and strategies for living well with Parkinson’s disease and taking an active roll in one’s own mental health self care! This talk with a neuropsychologist is a fast-paced discussion that focuses on new ways to use your mind, new tools that you might add to your repertoire, and some food for thought in our unconventional style.
Dr Sarah Lageman PhD, ABPP-CN is a Board-certified Clinical Neuropsychologist, Associate Professor, Department of Neurology at Virginia Commonwealth University – you can read her professional biography here: https://neurology.vcu.edu/divisions/movement-disorders/sarah-k-lageman-phd.html