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Take this 100% online course if you need continuing education credits for HIV/AIDS education or if you were ordered by a Judge or Court Official to enroll in rehabilitation education. This course includes proof of enrollment and a certificate of completion. 

Rehabilitation Impact Education eCounseling or eCoaching is also available for an additional $50 per session hour -includes one coaching letter - Please call to schedule, #936-444-7508


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Valerie Catt Joglar

Valerie Catt is a certified master mental health psychologist and a rehabilitation impact education coach with an advanced degree certificate in health and wellness coaching and rehabilitation education. Val has been creating online course curriculum since 2012 and has extensive experience in court mandated education services including elearning courses and impact coaching curriculum.

HIV/AIDS Education Curriculum

For coaching, call #936-444-6508 to schedule sessions at $50 for 1-hour

  • 1

    Chapter 1: HIV/AIDS Awareness and Substance Abuse and Addiction Prevention Education

    • HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is a virus that attacks the body’s immune system. If HIV is not treated, it can lead to AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome). Learning the basics about HIV can keep you healthy and prevent HIV transmission.

    • HIV 101-consumer-info: About HIV HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is a virus that attacks the body’s immune system. If HIV is not treated, it can lead to AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome). Learning the basics about HIV can keep you healthy...

    • Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) is a chronic, potentially life-threatening condition caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). By damaging your immune system, HIV interferes with your body's ability to fight infection and disease

    • When asked to condemn the use of recreational drugs in the 1960’s, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, founder of TM, refused to do so. He explained that drug users were the same as everybody else in that their primary motivation for everything they did was happiness.

    • (01:46) HIV AIDS Animation Video by Elara Systems

    • (11:31) What is HIV and AIDS? | Infectious diseases | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy by khanacademymedicine

    • (04:07) HIV and AIDS - Medical-Surgical (2020 Update) - Immune System by Level Up RN


    • Most people who get HIV get it through anal or vaginal sex, or sharing needles, syringes, or other drug injection equipment (for example, cookers). But there are powerful tools that can help prevent HIV transmission.

    • Ways HIV Can Be Transmitted: How is HIV passed from one person to another? Can I get HIV from anal sex? Can I get HIV from vaginal sex? Can HIV be transmitted from a mother to her baby? Can I get HIV from sharing needles, syringes?

    • Body Fluids that Transmit HIV: What body fluids transmit HIV? These fluids must come in contact with a mucous membrane or damaged tissue or be directly injected into the bloodstream (from a needle or syringe) for transmission to occur...

    • Ways HIV is NOT Transmitted: How well does HIV survive outside the body? HIV does not survive long outside the human body (such as on surfaces), and it cannot reproduce outside a human host.


  • 2

    Chapter 2: HIV/AIDS and COVID-19, Prevention, Risk Factors, Testing and Living with HIV

    • Today, more tools than ever are available to prevent HIV. You can use strategies such as abstinence (not having sex), never sharing needles, and using condoms the right way every time you have sex.

    • How can I prevent getting HIV from sex? Choose Sexual Activities With Little to No Risk Choose sex that is less risky than anal or vaginal sex. There is little to no risk of getting HIV through oral sex.

    • USING CONDOMS THE RIGHT WAY PREVENTS HIV: Use Condoms the Right Way Every Time You Have Sex Condoms are highly effective in preventing HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), like gonorrhea and chlamydia.

    • Protect Yourself if You Inject Drugs: How can I prevent getting HIV from injection drug use? Never Share Needles, Syringes, or Other Drug Injection Equipment Use new, clean syringes and injection equipment every time you inject.

    • Protect Others if You Have HIV: If I have HIV, what is the best way to protect others? Get in care and take medicine to treat HIV. If a person has an undetectable viral load, they have effectively no risk of transmitting HIV to an HIV-negative partner...

    • Prevent Mother to Child Transmission: How can I prevent transmitting HIV to my baby? Get Tested for HIV As Soon As Possible to Know Your Status The earlier HIV is diagnosed and treated, the more effectively HIV medicine will prevent transmission...

    • Other HIV Prevention Methods: How can I prevent getting HIV after a recent possible exposure, like if a condom breaks or I’m sexually assaulted? There is medicine you can take to prevent getting HIV after a recent exposure.

    • RISK FACTORS: HIV can be transmitted via the exchange of a variety of body fluids from infected people, such as blood, breast milk, semen and vaginal secretions. HIV can also be transmitted from a mother to her child during birth.


    • The only way to know your HIV status is to get tested. Knowing your status gives you powerful information to keep you and your partner healthy.

    • Types of HIV Tests: What kinds of tests are available, and how do they work? Types of Tests There are three types of tests available: nucleic acid tests (NAT), antigen/antibody tests, and antibody tests.

    • Find an HIV Test: Where can I get tested? You can ask your health care provider for an HIV test. Many medical clinics, substance abuse programs, community health centers, and hospitals offer them too.

    • Understanding a Negative Result: What does a negative test result mean? A negative result doesn’t necessarily mean that you don’t have HIV. This is due to the window period.

    • Can I get an HIV test to use at home or in a private location? Yes. These are known as HIV self-tests: Rapid Self Tests or Mail-in Self Tests. Select your state to find out where you can get a self-test (home test) for free or at a reduced cost.

    • Understanding a Positive Result: What does a positive result mean? If you use any type of antibody test and have a positive result, you will need another (follow-up) test to confirm your results.

    • Sharing Your Test Result: Will other people know my test result? If you take an anonymous test, no one but you will know the result. If you take a confidential test, your test result will be part of your medical record and it is protected by laws...

    • CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) The new and ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, caused by a new strain of coronavirus, has resulted in extraordinary measures around the world to contain, slow the pace, or reduce the impact of the virus.


    • There is a cyclical relationship between stigma and HIV; people who experience stigma and discrimination are marginalised and made more vulnerable to HIV, while those living with HIV are more vulnerable to experiencing stigma and discrimination.

    • HIV STIGMA AND DESCRIMINATION: What is HIV stigma? HIV stigma is negative attitudes and beliefs about people with HIV. It is the prejudice that comes with labeling an individual as part of a group that is believed to be socially unacceptable.


    • Five Ways Mindfulness Meditation Is Good for Your Health Research suggests that mindfulness benefits our bodies, not just our minds.

    • (59:00) Bruce Lipton - Biology of Belief @ UPLIFT 2012 by Uplift Channel