National AIDS Trust wants to hear about the experiences of people living with HIV who have had NHS talking therapies in England.

Talking therapies, or psychological therapies, can help people who are experiencing common mental health problems like stress, anxiety and depression. Anyone can experience these problems, but we know that people living with HIV are more likely to be affected.

Talking therapies involve talking to a trained professional (often called a therapist) about your thoughts, feelings and emotions. There are many different types of talking therapy, but they all aim to help you understand problems you are experiencing and work out how to deal with them.

Answers given to this survey will help us to understand how well NHS talking therapy services are working for people living with HIV. We will use this to make recommendations about how services can be improved.

As this survey is about mental health, some of the questions are personal in nature. If you find any of these questions difficult or emotional to answer, we have provided links to further support at the end of the survey.

This survey is anonymous. Any information you provide will be treated as strictly confidential and protected under the Data Protection Act.

Thank you for your time.

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* 1. Are you an adult (18+) living with HIV in England?