Psychology and AIDS Exchange Newsletter
In This Issue
- Informing the future of psychology as a health service discipline: Clinical lessons from the HIV epidemic
Behavioral health providers have important roles not only in addressing psychological disorders but also in promoting behavioral health wellness, quality of life, and long-term HIV treatment retention and adherence.
By Eugene W. Farber, PhD, ABPP
- Transgender women of color and HIV
While progress is being made in addressing the HIV prevention and care needs of transgender women of color, much more work needs to be done.
By Samantha LaMartine, MS, Mark Brennan-Ing, PhD, and Nadine Nakamura, PhD
- A history of HIV/AIDS in women: Shifting narrative and a structural call to arms
Holistic approaches to psychological care of women are essential and must address co-occurring pandemics of violence, poverty, relationship violence and intersectional discrimination.
By Ramani Durvasula, PhD