Couples HIV Intervention Program (CHIP)
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Couples HIV Intervention Program (CHIP)

  • 01/26/2017

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    CHIP is a couples-focused intervention that involves three counseling sessions. In the first session, couples receive informational counseling on sexual transmission of HIV/STDs, condom use, and HIV testing. The second session is an individual session and includes discussion of HIV risk in the context of a primary relationship. Participants also discuss experiences of stigma related to gender identity (for transgender women) and sexuali ty (for cisgender male partners) and its impact on HIV risk behavior and sexual health. In the final session, couples discuss and role-play the following topics: effective partner communication, active listening, conflict resolution, enhancing mutual suppo rt, and identifying personal and couple-level HIV prevention goals. Participants were given homework after each session asking them to consider the take -home points of the session or implement skills learned.
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