CANCELLED: Healthy Relationships Classroom Training
Healthy Relationships is a five-session, small group intervention for men and women living with HIV/AIDS. It is based on Social Cognitive Theory and focuses on developing skills and building self- efficacy and positive expectations about new behaviors through modeling behaviors and practicing new skills. Decision-making and problem-solving skills are developed to enable participants to make informed and safe decisions about disclosure and behavior. The sessions create a context where people can interact, examine their risks, develop skills to reduce their risks, and receive feedback from others.
By the end of this training, participants will be able to do the following:
- Describe the five Core Elements of Healthy Relationships
- Identify at least five skills needed to successfully facilitate small group-level interventions
- Identify the components of each of the five sessions and their purpose
- Identify the process for selecting culturally appropriate movie clips and educational videos for use in Healthy Relationships' sessions
- Identify the Five Coping Skills used throughout Healthy Relationships
- Demonstrate skills in performing the four-step process for facilitating the clips
- Identify at least three data sources in conducting each of the following: Formative evaluation, process monitoring, and process evaluation
This training is intended for skilled counselor/mental health professional facilitators from various backgrounds and education, and peer facilitators.
Important note: * Registration for this event is a two-step process. After registering using the link above, you will be directed to complete your registration on CDC TRAIN, if confirmed to attend the training. Confirmation emails will be sent 1-2 days after the pre-registration window closes. No walk-ins will be accepted into the training.
All are welcome to apply for this training. Please note that individuals who work at agencies directly-funded by the CDC to implement this intervention will be prioritized for acceptance into the training, followed by indirectly-funded agencies and if participant slots are available, other funded agencies. Per CDC guidance, the applicant’s role in implementation is also reviewed in determining acceptance into the training.