5 STAGES OF CHANGE. Changing healthy behaviors means progressing through a series of Stages of Change. Each stage has its own challenges and its own Keys to Success. 7 5 STAGES OF CHANGE. Not Ready for Change (Precontemplation) Thinking About Change (Contemplation) Ready to Change (Preparation) Taking Action (Action) Maintaining a Change ...
Assessing Your Stage of Change Worksheet Answer the ﬁllowing questions to help you determine where you are in your change process. Remember, progress is any movement through one stage to the next. Aim for change, not perfection! Place a check mark in the ap-propriate box for each question. Absolutely Absolutely Yes Probably Not Sure Not
Motivational Interviewing: Enhancing Motivation for Change 3 Culture and Healing The Motivational Interviewing and Stages of Change approach is complementary to the cultural values of AI/AN people and emphasizes listening, learning, and respect. Several underlying issues among AI/AN people are important in understanding the It helped me to establish where I am/was in the stages of change and discover whether I was applying some of the processes advantageous to the relevant stage and the transition to the desired stage. The book provides a very short questionnaire to establish what stage of change you most likely are experiencing.
COACHING BEHAVIOR CHANGE Margaret Moore, Gabrielle Highstein, Bob Tschannen-Moran, and Gloria Silverio AFTER READING THIS CHAPTER, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO: Describe the Transtheoretical Model Deﬁne the ﬁve stages of change Apply the stages of change to coaching Define coaching competencies for each stage of change Stages of Change 1) PRECONTEMPLATION STAGE "IT ISN'T THAT WE CAN'T SEE THE SOLUTION. IT IS THAT WE CAN'T SEE THE PROBLEM" Precontemplators usually show up in therapy because of pressures from others… spouses, employers, parents, and courts… Resist change. When their problem comes up, they change the topic of conversation. It is normal to have mixed feelings about your eating disorder or to be afraid of change. Addressing these feelings may help you overcome your fears and commit to change. Possible activities for this topic include exploring the stages of change and writing a letter to your eating disorder. Prochaska and DiClemente’s Stages of Change Stages of Change