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Tools/documents for professionals working

with people engaging in ChemSex

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Weekly check in plan.
A template for supporting someone remotely with chemsex changes
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Daily email commitment invitation
An invitation to commit to a daily plan of not using chems
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Weekly email commitment invitation
An invitation to a contract to commit to not using chems for 1 week
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Jetset Trigger
A plan to safeguard against lapses & cravings that happen when returning home from a journey
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Limiting screentime.
Instructions to help prevent (eg, Grindr) App use on your phone during certain periods.
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Video tutorial; creating a ChemSex care plan:
For healthcare professionals supporting clients/patients to make changes around chems & sex.
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Journal article;
Chemsex behavioural support; Making changes, creating a Care Plan
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Video tutorial; motivational interviewing skills in a ChemSex context;
Sometimes our clients can be frightened to make changes, or unaware of opportunities they are missing, when ensconced in a lifestyle. These skills can help a person safely reflect on behaviour and choices.
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Chemsex FIRST AID
A 20 page booklet that focuses on the most urgent consequences that can occur in chemsex environments, including First Aid tips, when to call an ambulance, what to do.
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Chemsex Psychosis
A layman's guide to understanding and managing chem psychosis
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Chemsex Risk assessment tool
A layman's guide to understanding and managing chem psychosis
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Guidance for brief interventions/team handovers
Tips for healthcare providers working as a team
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Compulsive App use diary
A behaviour change tool for people using sex-apps compulsively
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GHB/GBL Diary (G-Diary)
For G dependent people, wanting to stabilise or reduce their daily dosing or to self-detox gradually.
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ChemSex survey;
A survey to assess sexualised drug use amongst service users
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Measuring Outcomes
Some questions that might be asked, to measure the success or failure of your ChemSex Support interventions
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ChemSex Boundaries;
An online check-box questionnaire to help clients reflect on the role chems play in their sex lives
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ChemSex ToolKit:
A guide to support sexual health clinics to become ChemSex-competent.
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Online interactive ChemSex Care Plan:
A guide to support sexual health clinics to become ChemSex-competent.
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Care Plan instruction guide:
An instructional paper to accompany the ChemSex Care Plan document
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A clinician's guide to ChemSex and hepatitis C:
How to support our clients/patients to negotiate transmission risks in a ChemSex environment.
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Drug/Drug Interactions;
A guide to drug/drug interactions (Chems and anti-retrovirals); an understandable interpretation of the science for clinicians and patients.
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ChemSex/Sober sex guidelines for psychosexual therapists.
By Remziye Kunelaki; guidelines for psychosexual therapists working with clients who are currently (or have been historically) engaged in ChemSex.
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