Therapist for later-in-life issues

There are lots of books and groups for new parents, parents of teens, midlife crisis folks, and empty nesters, but not for those of us past midlife.  Not "how to have a happy retirement"; rather, how does one process the transition into a time when there are more years behind than ahead?  I would love to find a therapist who can work with me on the issues this stage of life is presenting.  Maybe it's someone good with grief (accepting the loss of certain hopes and dreams).  If anyone out there has had these issues and worked through them with the help and support of a wonderful therapist (male or female), I'd love to know.

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Patricia Cavanagh specializes in this.  patricia!     I had a few sessions with her to work through my fears about retirement, aging, etc. and found them helpful.