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The prevalence of mental health conditions in residential aged care facilities is substantially higher than in the community. Yet, most research into evidence-based treatments for late life mental health conditions has involved older adults living in the community, rather than aged care residents. This article provides clinicians with an overview of evidence-based psychological interventions and emerging approaches for supporting the mental health of aged care residents, as well as recommendations for how to customize the delivery of such interventions within this environment.

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For publication in: Advances in Psychiatry and Behavioral Health.


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