Various Bio-psycho-social approaches have been used in HIV prevention strategies to bring about behavior change. This book reveals another dimension where counselors can apply emotional intelligence skills as a cognitive behavioral therapy approach to enhance voluntary counseling and testing uptake and thereby suppress self-concealment which is a hindrance to psychotherapy at the VCT clinics. Our emotions have been found to play a major role in the way we think and form attitudes towards attitudinal objects. Do your emotions control the level of your engagement in risky sexual behaviors? Find out the role of emotional intelligence and self-concealment as a predictor in VCT seeking behavior in this study.