The Steven James Practice

The Steven James Practice

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  • Counselling / advice

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The Steven James Practice is a charitable company founded in 2004 to improve the lives of people affected by Blood Borne Viruses (BBVs) which include HIV, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C, all of which affect the immune system and cause liver damage.  The Practice offers counselling to those suffering from BBVs, to their family and friends and, more generally, to those who are at risk from BBVs such as injecting drug users, past blood transfusion recipients, the wider community engaging in casual sex, alcoholics or problem gamblers. 


The Charity, which is recognized as a centre of expertise in its field, has gone through a rapid growth period. In 2014/2015, it delivered a total of 2,027 counselling sessions to 255 individuals and provided information or training to 282 individuals. These numbers reflect the high demand for its services, the spread of its reputation and the emphasis it is placing on one to one counselling which is the area where it offers a more unique assistance.

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