Couples Of Mixed Hiv Status: Clinical Issues And Interventions
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Couples Of Mixed Hiv Status: Clinical Issues And Interventions deals with therapy for couples impacted by HIV. The author describes several theoretical frameworks which have proven effective for this population and demonstrates their efficacy using clinical vignettes. Topics covered include disclosure, fear of HIV transmission, shifts in emotional intimacy, betrayal and uncertainty.
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- Key Emotional Issues
- Introduction to Research Study
- Literature Review
- Historical Context of HIV/AIDS and Couples
- Empirical Research on Serodiscordant Couples
- Theoretical Framework
- Common Theoretical Frameworks in Couple Therapy
- Medical Family Therapy
- EFCT and Couples Affected by HIV/AIDS
- Integrative Couple Therapy with Couples Affected by HIV/AIDS
- Introduction to the Findings
- Fear of HIV Transmission
- Shifts in Emotional Intimacy
- Impact of Uncertainty
- Disclosure Issues
- Issues of Mistrust and Betrayal
- HIV and Family Planning
- Explain the theoretical framework for treatment of mixed HIV status couples.
- Describe shifts in emotional intimacy for mixed HIV status couples.
- Explain disclosure issues for mixed HIV status couples.
- Describe issues of betrayal and uncertainty for mixed HIV status couples.
- Explain the fear of HIV transmission for mixed HIV status couples.