Best Practices explores the barriers and identifying the steps for inclusive interventions for gay, bi, men who have sex with men (GBMSM). We examine evidence-based practice and proven interventions for equitable health care services without the stigma, discrimination, and implicit bias against drug /substance use and its users. The best practices explore the rawness of intimacy, desires, and sexual pleasure for GBMSM who have incurred trauma based on their sexual orientation and or sexual behaviours.
Best practices in client-centred care explore the client’s resilience and autonomy to assist them in making decisions that work for them to enhance their sense of self, rooted in self-care, self-confidence, and self-esteem. Readers will learn to apply the best practices and assessment tools integrated into their work, work culture, and organizations to provide affirming and validating care and services for GBMSM who PnP.
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