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Saturday, 13 February 2010

A brief guide to HIV AIDS counselling , AIDS Access Foundation, 2002

 

This guide includes:

• What is councelling?

• What are the aims of HIV/ AIDS counselling?

• What are the most important features of effective counselling?

• The stages of a counselling session

• Common counselling errors which should be avoided

• Important qualities of a good HIV counsellor

• Basic Counselling skills

• Types of counselling

• Preventative Counselling

• Pre-test Counselling

• Post – test counselling

• Couselling for people with HIV/ AIDS

• Counselling for partners and family members of people living with HIV/ AIDS

• Some important facts about HIV/ AIDS that counsellors should know, and be able to explain

 

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A brief guide to HIV AIDS counselling

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