Congratulations to the Chemsex Group Graduates!

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We have just completed our first chemsex group and want to say a huge thank you and congratulations to those who have attended. After initial face to face meetings, each group member committed to attend the nine, 90 minute group sessions to focus on reducing or stopping their use of chems. Jodie Fellows, Clinical Psychologist

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My HIV, My Rules Event: October 5th

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Our lead consultant, Dr Steve Taylor, will be co-chairing a meeting at Fazeley Studios in Birmingham on October 5th, focusing on helping people with HIV live healthy lives. With a number of informal walkabout sessions taken place throughout the day, attendees are invited to spend as much or as little time as they wish talking

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Slings, Slamming and Chem-sex

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Many people have been asking us recently about chem-sex. Dr Steve Taylor, Heartlands HIV Service’s Lead Consultant, has written on this topic at the Huffington Post. We’ve reproduced the article below, but you can also read it here. This blog is definitely not for the faint-hearted: if you’re easily offended, please stop reading now! For

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Would you date an HIV-positive guy?

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This piece by Matthew Hodson, the Chief Executive of GMFA, the gay men’s health charity, was originally published at GMFA.org.uk. I’ve been living with diagnosed HIV for many years. In that time I’ve had my share of sexual and romantic rejections on the basis of my HIV status. While these don’t make up any of my

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