In this session of Unlocking Strength Within, Sheila Moore, LCSW shared her expertise on managing interpersonal relationships and answered audience questions live.
The Unlocking Strength Within series explores important emotional and psychological aspects of living with Parkinson’s disease (PD), including navigating relationships, understanding and managing depression, coping with apathy, and more. Our expert speakers will also address managing grief and loss, and help you identify resources for connection and support.
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER: SHEILA MOORE, LCSW
Sheila Moore is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) and has worked in the field since 1988. She is part of the multidisciplinary team providing psychosocial services in a patient-centered care environment at Pacific Brain Health Center, and Pacific Neuroscience Institute. Sheila provides support and education to patients and their families, increasing their ability to cope and regain a sense of control. Sheila offers counseling, assessment, and referrals to community-based programs. In addition, Sheila is the Information and Referral Coordinator for the American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA) in collaboration with the Pacific Movement Disorders Center (PMDC). She connects people with Parkinson’s disease and their care partners with community resources and hosts education and support programs alongside the team at the PMDC.