HIVE presented during the public comment portion of the recent NHAS PrEP listening session. #WheresMyPrEP
Rite to Heal: An Inquiry into the Rituals & Practices that Invite Us to Make Meaning and Deepen Our Purpose as Service Providers
Given the prevalence of vicarious trauma among healthcare providers working with women who have experienced trauma, Ms. Kimberly Wylder, MFT, led a breakout session at Beyond Compassion focusing on healing rituals for service providers.
In 1991, during the peak of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, 1650 babies were born with HIV in the United States. By 2010, that number had declined to 162.
I found myself in a new paradigm of being able to practice the expansion, love, organized chaos, sharing and responsibility of my childhood as we created a new way of living.
I had a profound appreciation for the work we’ve done in the U.S. during the last four years to assure that cis women, and now trans women, are included in the HIV prevention conversation and “expanded HIV prevention toolkit” discussion.