Family-based HIV-Prevention for adolescents with psychiatric disorders

Geri R. Donenberg, Larry Brown, Wendy Hadley, Chisina Kapungu, Celia Lescano, Ralph DiClemente

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Abstract

Family factors are influential in both HIV/AIDS-risk behavior and mental illness, and thus, families can be a critical resource in HIV/AIDS prevention efforts, especially for young people with psychiatric problems. Surprisingly few HIV-risk reduction programs capitalize on the strengths of families to prevent risk behavior while simultaneously addressing mental health. This chapter reviews current research on the association of mental health, HIV/AIDS-risk behavior, and behavioral interventions with special emphasis on the role of families in improving health outcomes for young people. Given the paucity of available empirically validated family-based interventions, we describe an innovative and highly promising program for teens with in mental health treatment based on the Social-Personal Framework of HIV/AIDS-risking mental health issues.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationFamily and HIV/AIDS
Subtitle of host publicationCultural and Contextual Issues in Prevention and Treatment
PublisherSpringer New York
Pages261-278
Number of pages18
Volume9781461404392
ISBN (Electronic)9781461404392
ISBN (Print)146140438X, 9781461404385
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StatePublished - Nov 1 2012

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Adolescent Psychiatry
HIV
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
Risk-Taking
Mental Health
Mental Health Associations
Risk Reduction Behavior
Psychiatry
Health
Research

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Donenberg, G. R., Brown, L., Hadley, W., Kapungu, C., Lescano, C., & DiClemente, R. (2012). Family-based HIV-Prevention for adolescents with psychiatric disorders. In Family and HIV/AIDS: Cultural and Contextual Issues in Prevention and Treatment (Vol. 9781461404392, pp. 261-278). Springer New York. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4614-0439-2_13

Family-based HIV-Prevention for adolescents with psychiatric disorders. / Donenberg, Geri R.; Brown, Larry; Hadley, Wendy; Kapungu, Chisina; Lescano, Celia; DiClemente, Ralph.

Family and HIV/AIDS: Cultural and Contextual Issues in Prevention and Treatment. Vol. 9781461404392 Springer New York, 2012. p. 261-278.

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Donenberg, GR, Brown, L, Hadley, W, Kapungu, C, Lescano, C & DiClemente, R 2012, Family-based HIV-Prevention for adolescents with psychiatric disorders. in Family and HIV/AIDS: Cultural and Contextual Issues in Prevention and Treatment. vol. 9781461404392, Springer New York, pp. 261-278. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4614-0439-2_13
Donenberg GR, Brown L, Hadley W, Kapungu C, Lescano C, DiClemente R. Family-based HIV-Prevention for adolescents with psychiatric disorders. In Family and HIV/AIDS: Cultural and Contextual Issues in Prevention and Treatment. Vol. 9781461404392. Springer New York. 2012. p. 261-278 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4614-0439-2_13
Donenberg, Geri R. ; Brown, Larry ; Hadley, Wendy ; Kapungu, Chisina ; Lescano, Celia ; DiClemente, Ralph. / Family-based HIV-Prevention for adolescents with psychiatric disorders. Family and HIV/AIDS: Cultural and Contextual Issues in Prevention and Treatment. Vol. 9781461404392 Springer New York, 2012. pp. 261-278
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