Therapists Who Specialize in Serving People With HIV or AIDS

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The mental health professionals listed below specialize in helping people with HIV or AIDS. Therapists can help people cope with the unique mental health concerns that result from an HIV or AIDS diagnosis. People with HIV or AIDS are more likely than the general population to experience mood or anxiety disorders, with depression as a common diagnosis.

Michael Johnson, Sr. LCSW

Cedar Hill

Texas

My objectives are to: ~ provide a safe/non-judgmental space to be seen and heard ~ partner with you in addressing your personal/relationship goals ~ provide you with real life approaches toward personal/relationship practices that promote honesty ~ identify unresolved issues that prevent personal/relationship growth ~ assist in developing self care skills/practices that heal rather than ignore ...

Erin Falconer, PhD, MSc, LMSW

New York

New York

I aim to create a safe space to collaboratively process trauma and work on issues such as anxiety, depression, chronic illness, relationship struggles, abuse, life and career concerns, and issues around identity and creative expression. I also specialize in helping people recover from coercive control and influence, including survivors of cultic abuse and high demand groups.

Ebony Harrison, LPC

Charlottesville

Virginia

Life can be isolating and difficult at times. That simple understanding is what continues to motivate me to be a therapist as it allows me to support others in a nonjudgmental and helpful space.

Jenny Dietz, PMHNP-BC

Phoenix

Arizona

I have over 20 years of experience in behavioral health in both outpatient and inpatient settings. I am skilled at assisting clients in therapy for mental health conditions and providing medication management when necessary.
At the core of my practice is the belief in personalized care. I am passionate about developing tailored treatment plans that resonate with the unique needs of each client. My methodology encompasses evidence-based pharmacological and non-pharmacological modalities, ensuring a holistic and effective approach to mental health care.