Innovative approaches to health psychology : prevention and treatment lessons from AIDS / edited by Margaret A. Chesney and Michael H. Antoni.

This book demonstrates how health psychology has risen to the challenge to find new ways to reach and treat at-risk populations. Using as a springboard their experiences in responding to the HIV/AIDS crisis over nearly two decades, chapter authors illustrate how they identified avenues for intervent...

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Other Authors: Chesney, Margaret A., Antoni, Michael H.
Format: Book
Published: Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association, ©2002.
Series:Application and practice in health psychology.
Table of Contents:
  • Translating a decade of innovations into clinical practice / Margaret A. Chesney & Michael H. Antoni
  • Counseling adolescents: designing interventions to target routines, relationships, roles, and stages of adaptation / Mary Jane Rotheram-Borus [and others]
  • Empowering African American adolescents at risk: community-based strategies for reducing risk through enhancing self-efficacy / John B. Jemmott III & Loretta Sweet Jemmott
  • Innovations in the application of social cognitive principles to develop prevention interventions to reduce unsafe sexual behaviors among gay and bisexual men / Jeffrey A. Kelly
  • Strategies for working with injecting drug users: the role of health psychologists in harm reduction / Don C. Des Jarlais & Samuel R. Friedman
  • Managing chronic disease: individual counseling with medically ill patients / Robert H. Remien & Judith G. Rabkin
  • Interventions for mothers during pregnancy and postpartum: behavioral and pharmacological approaches / Deidre Byrnes Pereira
  • Coping.
  • interventions for optimal disease management / Gail Ironson [and others]
  • Group interventions for individuals with serious medical illness / Julienne E. Bower, Margaret E. Kemeny, & Fawzy I. Fawzy
  • Managing pain in chronic illness / Paul B. Jacobsen & William Breitbart
  • Improving sleep quality in patients with chronic illness / Dean G. Cruess
  • Will advances in prevention technologies make behavioral counseling obsolete? Lessons learned from HIV vaccine trials / Mallory O. Johnson
  • "Close calls": a teachable moment for long-term behavior change / Craig R. Waldo, Karena Franses, & Beth Dillon
  • Adhering to complex medication regimens / Maria L. Ekstrand & Margaret A. Chesney.