Dr. Beth Grosshans is a retired clinical child psychologist who has worked with clients in Princeton and Flemington, New Jersey, and currently writes and speaks publicly on child development. Outside of her career, Dr. Beth Grosshans supports nonprofit organizations such as Planned Parenthood.
In February 2017, Planned Parenthood introduced a new multi-phase program designed to augment its HIV prevention and awareness initiatives. The organization received $900,000 in funding from Gilead Sciences, Inc., which it will use to develop HIV prevention training programs, such as those related to pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), throughout its centers nationwide. PrEP is a preventative drug regimen aimed at stopping transmission of HIV infections.
This is the first time Planned Parenthood has received corporate funding of this type. The organization will conduct the initiative through a joint effort with the Black AIDS Institute, an awareness group that focuses on curbing the spread of HIV and AIDS in primarily black communities through awareness and education.
Experienced Psychologist Beth Grosshans Lectures on Child Development