Facing the issue of having HIV/AIDS ourselves or in someone you love can be devastating. Although there are many excellent treatment protocols to allow people with HIV/AIDS to live active, healthy lives, facing any chronic disease or diagnosis can be stressful. You may struggle with your own grief, fear or worry, and be faced at times with the ignorance or prejudice of others about this diagnosis. As with any illness, those dealing with HIV/AIDS in themselves or a loved one may experience a range of feelings about the ways that this diagnosis has changed their lives., and may experience anger, frustration or grief if/when they encounter others who may not understand what it means to live with this diagnosis. The following CPC counselors work with those whose lives have been touched by HIV/AIDS:

Carey Gauzens, LCSW, CP
Kevin Ogle, DMin, AAPC Fellow
Nancy Scott, LCSW