Counseling Clients with HIV Disease

Assessment, Intervention, and Prevention

Mary Ann Hoffman

Hardcover
Hardcover
February 16, 1996
ISBN 9781572300637
Price: $49.00
324 Pages
Size: 6" x 9"
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1. Introduction

2. Disease Progression: Physical and Neurocognitive Changes

I. Assessment: Overview of the Psychosocial Model of HIV Disease

3. Assessing the Defining Characteristics of HIV Disease

4. Assessing the Social Support of Clients with HIV Disease

5. Assessing the Unique Life Situation of Clients with HIV Disease

6. Assessing Personality, Disease Co-Factors, and Demographic Characteristics of Clients with HIV Disease

II. Interventions to Facilitate Adaptation to HIV Disease

7. Interventions to Facilitate Emotional Adaptation to HIV Disease

8. Interventions to Facilitate Cognitive and Behavioral Adaptation to HIV Disease

9. Interventions to Facilitate Health-Promoting Behaviors and Attitudes

10. Interventions to Facilitate Adaptation to Changes in Life Goals and Roles 11. Interventions to Explore Spiritual and Religious Adaptation to HIV Disease

12. Interventions to Prepare for Death and the Dying Process

13. Case Examples: Applying the HIV Psychosocial Model

III. The Psychotherapeutic Context

14. The Counseling Relationship: Boundaries, Transference, and Countertransference

15. Multicultural Considerations to Counseling Persons with

HIV Disease

16. Ethical and Professional Issues in Counseling Persons with HIV Disease 17. Counseling the Caregivers: Significant Others and Health Care Providers 18. Training Mental Health Professionals to Work with Clients with HIV-Related Concerns

IV. Prevention: Risk Factors, Models of Intervention, and Community-Based Interventions

19. Counseling for Prevention: Understanding Risk Factors

20. Models of Intervention

21. Community-Based Interventions

Epilogue: What We Can Learn from HIV Disease

Appendix: Resources for Mental Health Professionals Counseling Clients

with HIV Disease