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Project RISE

  • 03/08/2019

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    Project RISE is a six-session, individual-level intervention that uses an ecosystems approach to reducing sexual risk behavior. In the initial session, eco-mapping is used to develop a graphic depiction of the relationship between the participant and their social environment. This map is used throughout the remaining sessions to address strengths and stressors in various relationships. Life coaching techniques are used to help men work through problem areas and develop an action plan. The discussion of sexual relationships and HIV risk behaviors is introduced in the third session, after the counselor is familiar with the participant’s eco-map and has established a rapport. Participants are offered HIV/STI testing at the end of the fourth session. The intervention is designed to address is sues of stress and coping, experiences of discrimination and stigma due to race and sexual orientation, and other life concerns as well as sexual risk behavior.
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