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Course Transcript Questions The answer to Question 1 is found in Track 1 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 2 is found in Track 2 of the Course Content... and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question.

Questions:

1. How can an HIV positive client learn to live with fear?
2. What are four things an HIV positive client might consider before disclosure?
3. What is the method of sexual gratification with the lowest risk of viral transmission?
4. What must be combined with emotional healing to achieve productive results?
5. What are five criteria for discrimination? 
6. What are three ways you can help your client begin taking control of his or her life?

Answers:

A. An HIV positive client can learn to live with fear by dissipating fear with information or by talking to others
with similar experiences. 
B. Standard medical treatment must be combined with emotional healing to achieve productive results.
C. Masturbation is the method of sexual gratification with the lowest risk of viral transmission.
D. The five criteria are : Action or inaction that causes harm or injury. Harm or injury. Disparate or unequal treatment. Disparate or unequal impact. Separate treatment.
E. Three ways you can help your client begin taking control of his or her life include dividing and conquering, positive denial, and maintaining equilibrium. 
F. Four things an HIV positive client might consider before disclosure are being clear about why they want to disclose, the worst case scenario, giving plenty of time to process the information, and choosing a setting.


Course Article Questions
The answer to Question 7 is found in Section 7 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 8 is found in Section 8 of the Course Content... and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question.

Questions

7. What is a concern with a counselor becoming overly active in their sessions with an HIV+ client?
8. According to Serovich, what is an important part of therapy with HIV positive men?
9. What are two key questions adolescents with HIV have concerning disclosure?
10. In Hosek’s study, what are three themes common to HIV positive adolescents’ concerns regarding intimate relationships?
11. What are three early steps in the traumatizing process of an HIV positive client?
12. What are two key concepts of analytical therapy to keep in mind when treating an HIV positive client?

Answers

A.  1. Fear of infecting a partner; 2. Fear of rejection due to HIV status; 3. Concerns whether anyone would be willing to be in a relationship with an HIV positive partner.
B. Assisting HIV-positive men to identify barriers that may be existing for them in regards to social support from family and friend.
C. 1. A defensive form of splitting, 2. specific kinds of identifications and projections, and 3. the collapse of the symbolic function.
D. 1. How do I tell them? 2. What will they do or say?
E. Two key concepts of analytical therapy are: 1. Containment and interpretation; 2. Countertransference
F. The overly active "fix it" strategy encourages clients to take action, but may prevent both counselor and client from uncovering salient issues.

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