This article presents an understanding of working with consumers living with HIV from a thematic framework that centers clients’ multiple experiences with marginalization, wellness, and intersecting identities, while simultaneously addressing the demographic and societal shifts that are redefining those at highest risk. Four themes for psychologists to consider when working with clients who are at high risk for HIV are presented, along with thematically–oriented intervention strategies.
- Discuss the issues involved in working with HIV positive or high-risk patients.
Burnes, T.R. (2014). Psychological Services for Consumers with HIV: Intersecting Themes. The Register Report, 40, 34-39.