Presenter/Instructor: Samuel Donath, MS
3 CEs Available
Abstract: Older LGBTQIA+ individuals who survived the AIDS crisis face possible re-traumatization due to the current international COVID-19 health crisis. Helping these community members during this unique period in history presents specific clinical challenges. Special consideration and education is needed for mental health professionals to work competently with this population throughout the pandemic.
This course is designed to help providers understand how to support community members who may experience re-traumatization due to COVID-19. The lecture will focus on psychoeducation, information on the AIDS crisis and COVID-19, symptoms clients may demonstrate related to trauma or re-traumatization, potential diagnosis, a brief overview of current research on trauma, best practices and clinical considerations, development and promotion of specific coping skills, promoting resiliency, and preparing clients to manage symptoms outside of therapy.
- Discuss two ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic is similar to the AIDS crisis.
- Identify three ways in which older LGBTQIA+ clients who lived through the AIDS crisis may be triggered by the current health crisis.
- Demonstrate three trauma-related coping skills older LGBTQIA+ clients who survived the AIDS crisis can use to help them through this difficult time.
Licensed therapists who work in nonprofits price is $30 (Use coupon code: hivc19LT at checkout)
Student/pre-licensed price is $15 (Use coupon code: hivc19S at checkout)
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|Module 1||Module 1-1|
|Unit 2||Brief Intro to HIV/AIDS|
|Unit 3||LGBTQIA+ Adults Who Survived the AIDS Crisis|
|Unit 4||Symptoms & Possible Diagnosis Related to Trauma - Adjustment Dx|
|Unit 5||Interventions - Overview|
|Unit 6||Conclusion + Reference List|