Chalice Rhodes

Chalice Rhodes
Dr. Chalice C. Rhodes Licensed Prodessional Counselor LLC

Doctor of Philosophy

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Historically, during slavery, the international slave trade promoted normalization of violence against African American women. During slavery, African American women endured inhuman conditions because of the majority race views of them as being over-sexualized, physically strong, and immoral. This perception of the African American women as being h...
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Abstract HIV/AIDS is a global health problem affecting women around the globe. The term global health refers to the goal of improving health and achieving equity in health for all people worldwide. HIV is a virus that destroys the immune system. AIDS is the last stage of the virus. During this stage there is little to no immune system left to figh...
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Depression is gradually increasing in African American women. These women are experiencing role changes and additional life stressors. Depressed African American women may perceive themselves as being devalued by society with fewer support systems to buffer stressful events. Depressive symptoms may develop into clinical depression and a further dec...
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HIV/AIDS is a global health problem affecting women around the globe. The term global health refers to the goal of improving health and achieving equity in health for all people worldwide. HIV is a virus that destroys the immune system. AIDS is the last stage of the virus. During this stage there is little to no immune system left to fight off othe...
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Chalice Jenkins, PhD, Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Counseling and Family Therapy will present "Trauma, Addiction, and Motivational Interviewing" at the Licensed Professional Counselor's Association's 30th Annual Convention and Regional Conference in Atlanta, GA. Jenkins will educate participants on adverse childhood experiences...
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The transmission of HIV/AIDS among African American women through heterosexual sex is an epidemic. Critical themes extracted from the HIV/AIDS sexual assertiveness literature revealed that: (a) sexual assertiveness is related to HIV risk, (b) sexual assertiveness is related to communication, and (c) women with low sexual assertiveness are at risk f...
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African American women, including adolescents and adults, are disproportionately affected by the transmission of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS). HIV/AID is a health disparity issue for African American females in comparison to other ethnic groups. According to data acquired from 33 states in 2005, 6...
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Are young adult college attending African American women protecting themselves from HIV/AIDS? A study of sexual assertiveness characteristics

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