Home > HIV Self-Management

Positive Self-Management Program (PSMP) is an evidence-based program, developed by Stanford University, for people living with HIV. The program includes integrating medication regimens, learning to cope with emotions such as fear and isolation, incorporating daily exercise, better nutrition, and more.

 

Positive Self-Management for HIV is designed to enhance regular treatment and HIV-specific education. Volunteer Workshop Leaders teach those living with HIV the skills to coordinate all the things needed to manage their health as well as to help them keep active in their lives.

  • Integrate medication regimens into daily life
  • Deal with problems such as frustration, fear, fatigue, pain and isolation
  • Maintain and improve strength, flexibility, and endurance through excercise
  • Communicate effectively with family, friends, and health professionals
  • Learn how to evaluate new or alternative treatments

Learn how you can bring this program to your community or attend a workshop near you. For more information contact Sonja Dahlberg at 617.477.6699 or sdahlberg@ethocare.org.