The Wholeness Retreat for Women Living with HIV/AIDS


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The Wholeness Retreat for Women Living with HIV/AIDS
In today’s society, the growing number of women with HIV/AIDS who are not receiving adequate support represents a significant social problem. Many women with HIV/AIDS, in fact, are ostracized and alienated from society and, therefore, are not connected to the types of critical resources they need for survival. The purpose of the current study is to address many of these issues by providing the conceptual groundwork for the upcoming women with HIV/AIDS retreat. More specifically, the following discussion presents a content outline and guide for the wholeness retreat for women living with HIV/AIDS. As explained in detail below, four wholeness workshops will be provided to...
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