2020 LUNCHEON SERIES: "HIV/AIDS & COVID-19"
TRAININGS and SUPPORT GROUPS for Frontline Professionals AVAILABLE for HIV/AIDS Organizations:
HIV Arts Network volunteer mental health and grief/life transitions professionals are available to customize a presentation, training or facilitate a staff support group for your HIV/AIDS and social service-mental health facility. Topics related to HIV/AIDS, sexual negotiation skills, intimacy challenges, grief, trauma, end-of-life, HIV prevention, HIV-discordant couples' relationships, medical-mental heath-social services navigation skills, and caregivers' wellness strategies can be tailored to meet your agency, clinical-administrative personnel and clients needs.
Trainings offered by HIV Arts Network vary from one-hour to full-day sessions. Support groups for frontline staff can be facilitated once or over a period of three to four sessions. For more information, to schedule a training session or support group, and fees = Please contact Doneley Meris, Executive Director at 212-385-4945 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
UPCOMING EVENTS: NEW INITIATIVES...
1. Newly HIV-Diagnosed Support Group Services
Call HIV Arts Network @ 212-385-4945 to arrange an intake assessment to join this new support group.
2. WELLNESS-Mindfulness Workshops Series
A series of three workshops will be offered to strategize on how to implement mental health and self-care agendas, maintain quality-life survival skills and enhance healthy interpersonal relationships. Detailed information will be posted on HAN's website.
3. BEYOND HIV/AIDS: LIFE & CAREER TRANSITIONS Workshops
A series of three workshops geared towards skills development in personal hygiene, grooming, effective interview skills, job-seeking readiness skills and mock-job interview practices. More information will be posted on HAN's website.
4. LIFE WITH HIV/AIDS: DIVERSITY & COMPASSION DIALOGUES: A CREATIVE ARTS EXPLORATION
This four-session workshop will explore the multiple meanings of life with HIV/AIDS through the arts - writing, drawing, collages, small group activities, discussions and the utilization of diverse art forms to express one's thoughts, emotional responses and future expectations. These creative and interactive sessions will be limited to individuals who are willing to experience in-depth discussions about the highlights of living with HIV/AIDS through the arts. More information will be posted on HAN's website.