Presents a family-focused, culturally sensitive, and systems-coordinated approach for the provision of effective service delivery and care to HIV/AIDS children and their families. Replete with in-depth clinical case examples, it describes an array of modalities, including family, individual, and group treatment, as well as hypnotherapeutic techniques for nonpharmacologic pain management.
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Nancy Boyd-Franklin, Ph.D., is a Professor and teacher at Rutgers, State University of New Jersey, Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology For the last 6 years, she has been a consultant to the Children's Hospital AIDS Program (CHAP) and the National Pediatric HIV Resource Center in Newark, New Jersey. The author of the highly acclaimed Black Families in Therapy: A Multisystems Approach, she is a nationally recognized author on issues such as ethnicity, African American families, Family Therapy, and the psychosocial and treatment issues related to pediatric AIDS.
Gloria L. Steiner, Ed.D., is Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. She was Director of Psychology Training in the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the Community Mental Health Center, New Jersey Medical School, in Newark. She is a consultant to the National Pediatric HIV Resource Center. Dr. Steiner was formerly the Director of the New Jersey Center for Family Studies and is known as an expert in training mental health clinicians in the field of family therapy. In addition to having published papers in professional journals on aspects of child psychology she has given many presentations on topics related to children and families with HIV/AIDS.
Mary G. Boland, RN, MSN, Director, National Pediatric HIV Resource Center, and Co-Founder and Director of the AIDS Program at Children's Hospital of New Jersey, United Hospital Medical Center, Newark, New Jersey. She has authored numerous publications related to children and HIV/AIDS and has testified on the behalf of children with AIDS before the House of Representatives, the Presidential Commission on the HIV Epidemic and the Senate Finance Subcommittee on Social Security and Family Policy. Ms. Boland currently serves as Co-Chair of the Health Resources Services Administration Advisory Committee on AIDS. Ms. Boland is also an Associate in Pediatrics at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.
Contents I. Introduction 1. Rationale and Overview of the Book, Steiner, Boyd-Franklin, and Boland II. The Epidemiological and Medical Context 2. The Health Care Needs of Infants and Children: An Epidemiological Perspective, Boland and Oleske 3. Neurological and Neurodevelopmental Functioning in Pediatric HIV Infection, Hanna and Mintz III. The Psychosocial Context: Psychosocial Issues for Different Groups 4. Cultural Sensitivity and Competence: African-American, Latino, and Haitian Families with HIV/AIDS, Boyd-Franklin, Alem n, Jean-Gilles, and Lewis 5. HIV-Relevant Issues in Adolescents, Bartlett, Keller, Eckholdt, and Schleiffer 6. Women and HIV/AIDS, Alem n, Kloser, Kreibick, Steiner, and Boyd-Franklin IV. Therapeutic Approached with HIV-Infect Children and Their Families 7. Family Systems Interventions and Family Therapy, Boyd-Franklin, Alem n, Steiner, Drelich, and Norford 8. The HIV-Infected Child in Therapy, Pollock and Thompson 9. Nonpharmacological Pain Management for Children with HIV/AIDS: Working with Hypnotherapeutic Techniques, Torrence, Lewis, La Brie, and Czarniecki 10. Support Group for Children with HIV/AIDS, Gomez, Haiken, and Lewis 11. Caretakers' Support Group, Kreibick 12. Death and Dying/Bereavement and Mourning, Boyd-Franklin, Drelich, Schwolsky, and Fitch V. Service Deliverers and Systems Issues 13. A Multisystems Approach to Service Delivery for HIV/AIDS Families, Boyd-Franklin and Boland 14. Caring for the Professional Caregiver, Boyd-Franklin and Boland 15. HIV/AIDS in the Schools, Pozen 16. Professional, Ethical, and Moral Issues, Boyd-Franklin, Staloff, and Brady 17. Legal Issues, Harvey VI. Research and Public Policy 18. Psychosocial Research Concerning Children, Families, and HIV/AIDS: A Challenge for Investigators, Sherwen and Tross 19. HIV/AIDS and Public Policy: Recent Developments, Harvey
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