- Caregiving: Essential Skills and Successful Strategies in Long-Term Care.
- Working with dying patients
- Prevention and Management of Disruptive Behavior
- The Psychology of Aging.
- Caring for People with Challenging Behaviors
Dr. Stephen Long is a psychologist, with expertise in gerontology, caregiving, and the settings for the elderly and those with disabilities.
He studied behavioral, cognitive, and psychodynamic approaches to psychotherapy. Following a 4-year prestigious postdoctoral program, he was awarded a Diploma in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. Thus, he combines psychoanalytic perspectives with behavioral and cognitive-behavior therapy.
Dr. Long is a Certified Trainer in Prevention and Management of Disruptive Behavior.
He provides clinical services to nursing home staff, supervisors, and administrators to reduce problem behaviors and promote a therapeutic environment.
He supervises the geropsychology portion of its American Psychological Association (APA) approved doctoral internship.
He is Chairperson of the Psychology’s Service’s Credentials and Privileges Committee, a Coordinator for Continuing Education for doctoral clinicians, and Liaison to the APA for the Psychology Service’s Continuing Education Committee.
Addressing problem behaviors among the elderly and those with disabilities, Caring for People with Challenging Behaviors: Essential Skills and Successful Strategies in Long-Term Care.
Books by Stephen Weber Long, Ph.D.