Conversation and psychotherapy

Someone to talk to

The association Noaks Ark Småland & Halland offers psychosocial support for you who are living with HIV and your relatives. We are a complement to the infection clinics and tend to the soft questions regarding the soul, heart, and thought. The psychosocial support has several dimensions and involves everything from conversations (individual and/or in groups), self-strengthening efforts, practical help, social activities, counseling, education, and community. We who work at the association are well educated, have many years of experience, and we work under confidentiality.

Meet others in the same situation

Are you living with HIV or are a close relative can meet others in the same situation, get help and support or just take part in the community. The association has a collaboration with infection clinics in Halland, Jönköping, Kronoberg, and Kalmar.

We offer:

If psychosocial support is requested, we will meet by appointment for an information session where you can tell us about the support you want and need. During this meeting we will inform you about what support can be offered by Noaks Ark Småland & Halland.

Psychosocial conversation individually and/or in groups

  • Advisory
  • Motivational
  • Curative
  • CBT oriented

Psychosocial activities

  • Travel to individual sessions, discussion groups, group activities, self-help groups
  • Lunch/coffee break to break the isolation
  • Camp activities

Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapy (CBT)

  • Based on thoughts, feelings and behaviors
  • Understanding the relationship between them

Common to all psychosocial support is that your need and choice of conversation method determine the direction and number of occasions you want to meet.

For more information contact:

Elli Mokus, Director of Operations, +46 (0)70-551 93 81,

Farhad Khaghani, Director of Operations, +46 (0)70- 729 32 78,



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Reliable answers about HIV

You can turn to our counseling and ask any questions you want regarding HIV or other sexually transmitted and blood-borne diseases and remain completely anonymous. The call is not registered on your phone bill.

We who answer the phones have over 30 years of experience working with HIV. We are available for you on non-holiday weekdays between 10 am and 12 pm. During week 29 and week 30, we are open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.