A Professor of Psychology for over thirty years (now emerita), a retired therapist, and a grandmother, Susan Stewart, PhD, is passionate about sharing the gifts of later life in a culture that mistakenly equates old age with debilitating decline. Her book, Winter’s Graces: The Surprising Gifts of Later Life, was published in October. Susan teaches for the Osher Life Long Learning Institute at Sonoma Sate University and is a regular contributor to Psychology Today and a workshop facilitator. She is also a singer and a cellist and loves to dance.
With the clarity of age, we are better able to master our emotions
Long-term survivors of HIV/AIDS reflect on what they've witnessed and endured
A series on America's first generation aging with HIV/AIDS