1. Harm Reduction and Client-Centered Counseling.
2. Counseling and Testing: Behavior Change and Mental Health.
3. Behavior Change Theory and HIV Prevention.
4. Moral and Psychological Development.
5. Prevention and Culture: Working Downhill to Change HIV Risk Behavior.
6. Substance Use Case Management and Harm Reduction Guide.
Part II: Transformation and Psychotherapy: Helping Clients Live with HIV.
7. Disease as an Agent of Transformation: A Survey of Psychological Approaches.
8. The Role of Psychotherapy in Coping the HIV Disease.
9. HIV Disease over the Long Haul: Hope, Uncertainty, and Survival.
10. Beyond Stereotypes: Stigmas and the Counseling Process.
Part III: Distress and Disorder: Helping Clients with Psychiatric Conditions.
11. Anxiety and Depression: Mood and HIV Disease.
12. The Clinical Management of AIDS Bereavement.
13. Personality Disorders and HIV Disease: The Case of the Borderline Client.
14. The Wild Care of Triple Diagnosis: HIV, Mental Illness, and Substance Abuse.
15. The Diagnosis and Management of HIV-Related Organic Mental Disorders.
Part IV: Therapeutic Practice and Countertransference: Personal Challenges for Therapists.
16. Present in the Balance of Time: The Therapist's Challenge.
17. Making Difficult Decisions: Suicide and AIDS.
18. Multiple Loss and the Grief of Working in the Epidemic.