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Lesson 4: 09/23/2013 Stages of Change Model

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Thomas McCarry

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Transcript of Lesson 4: 09/23/2013 Stages of Change Model

Thank You!
Any Questions?
Stages of Change Model and how it impacts treatment
Pre-
contemplative

Relapse
Preparation
Action
Maintenance
Contemplative
Not currently considering change:
"Ignorance is bliss"
"Sobriety is for quitters"
People are more aware of the pros
of changing but acutely
aware of the cons.
They are able to maintain the new
status quo with increased confidence
It works if you work it

SLIP:
Sobriety
Loses
Its
Priority
James O. Prochaska
and DiClemente
University of Rhode Island
Transtheoretical Model TTM
1983
Socrates:
Stages of Change Readiness and Treatment Eagerness Scale
Smoking Survey

Proper Preparation Prevents Poor Performance
Clarify their thinking
Challenge Assumptions
What is the Evidence
Probe for alternatives
Implications
Question the Question
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