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Course Learning Objectives/Outcomes

By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Explain how can an HIV positive client productively redirect anger.
-Explain how can an HIV positive client learn to live with fear.
-Name four things an HIV positive client might consider before disclosure.
-Name the method of sexual gratification with the lowest risk of viral transmission.
-Explain what must be combined with emotional healing to achieve productive results.
-Name five criteria for discrimination. 
-Name three ways you can help your client begin taking control of his or her life.
-Explain what has been very effective in reducing the number of HIV particles in the bloodstream.
-Explain what are the discovery about HIV+ men who discovered personal meaning in their losses.
-Name five common concerns among HIV+ clients regarding employment.
-Name three common client concerns regarding medical treatment.
-Name six psychosocial issues common to HIV+ clients.
-Explain what is a concern with a counselor becoming overly active in their sessions with an HIV+ client.
-Explain what is an important part of therapy with HIV positive men.
-Name two key questions adolescents with HIV have concerning disclosure.
-Name three themes common to HIV positive adolescents’ concerns regarding intimate relationships.
-Name three early steps in the traumatizing process of an HIV positive client.
-Name two key concepts of analytical therapy to keep in mind when treating an HIV positive client.

"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."