Intervention Strategies: Module 4 HOPE Resource Package
Canadian Psychiatric Association. (2011). HIV and psychiatry: A training and resource manual.
US Department of Health and Human Services: Health Resources and Services Administration- HI/AIDS Bureau. (2011). Guide for HIV/AIDS Clinical Care.
Geneva Foundation for Medical Education and Research. (2010). HIV/AIDS: Mental Disorders.
HIV InSite. (2005). HIV-associated psychiatric disorders: Related resources.
National Institute of Mental Health. (2010). Statistics.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (2004). A guide to primary care for people with HIV/AIDS. Mental Health Disorders.
Medical Treatment for Psychological Disorders
FDA Public Health Advisory. (2000). Risk of drug interactions with St. John's Wort and Indinavir and other drugs.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Cognitive behavioral stress management and secondary prevention in HIV/AIDS
- Brown, J.L., & Vanable, P.A. (2008). Cognitive behavioral stress management interventions for persons living with HIV. Annals Behavioral Medicine, 35(1), 26-40. (PDF, 316KB).
- Mallow, R.M., Rosenberg, R., & Devieuz, J.G. (2009). Cognitive-behavioral stress management interventions for ethnic-minority HIV-positives alcohol/drug abusers in resource limited and culturally diverse-communities. American Journal of Infectious Diseases, 5(1). 48-59. (PDF, 117KB).
- Taylor's Cognitive Adaptation Theory: Taylor, S.E., Kemeny, M.E., Reed, G.M., Bower, J.E., & Gruenewald, T.L. (2000). Psychological resources, positive illusions, and health. American Psychologist, 55(1), 99-109. (PDF, 12MB).
Northwest Frontier ATTC. (2010). Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
- Motivational Interviewing
- Motivational Interviewing based HIV risk reduction. CDC, 2009
- Motivational Interviewing and HIV: Reducing risk, inspiring change.
AIDS Educational Training Centers. (2009). A reference for clinicians providing care for HIV-infected patients. The guide covers key points for motivational interviewing as well as examples and key insights to assessing patient risk, risk reduction counseling and inspiring behavior change. Include sample questions and tips for assessing patient engagement in behavior change.
- Prochaska and DiClemente's original article on the Transtheoretical Model. Transtheoretical therapy: toward a more integrative model of change.
- Transtheoretical Model: Detailed overview of the Transtheoretical Model.
Maldonado, J., Gore-Felton, C., Duran, R., Diamond, S., Koopman, C., & Spiegel, D. (1996). Supportive-expressive group therapy for people with HIV infection: A primer (PDF, 233KB).
Center for HIV Identification, Prevention, and Treatment Services (CHIPTS). Manualized interventions.
Coping Effectiveness Training. Manualized Intervention – CHANGES.
Diffusion of Effective Behavioral Interventions. Manualized Interventions.
- Others available online.
The Family Acceptance Project
The Family Acceptance Project is the only community research, intervention, education and policy initiative that works to decrease major health and related risks for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth, such as suicide, substance abuse, HIV and homelessness – in the context of their families. They provide great resources and access to publications on the topic.
CAPS. Prevention Fact Sheets. (available in English and Spanish).
CDC meeting: "Consultation on serosorting practices among MSM."
Cairins, G. (2006). Is serosorting working, or even possible?