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Stages of change slideshare

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a model developed by Prochaska and DiClemente which provide a framework to understand an individual’s willingness to change.

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Stages of change slideshare

  1. 1. The model of stages of behaviour change develop by Prochaska and DiClemente for alcohol intervention Dr Gargi Sinha MBBS(India), Post Grad. Dip. Acupuncture(India) Grad. Dip Public health(Edith Cowan University ,Australia )
  2. 2. What is the purpose of the stages of change model ? precontemplation contemplation preparationaction maintenance relapse Useful framework to understand how people change their behaviour To evaluate how ready they are to change
  3. 3. Stage one : Precontemplation Not ready to change Not at all motivated to take advice May not aware of harmful effect of alcohol Never thought of changing behaviour of drinking pattern Don’t negotiate at this stage ,wait and give them time to think
  4. 4. Stage two :Contemplation Ambivalent about alcohol use Have some awareness about harm cause by alcohol but not fully ready to change Intervention focus on providing information ,encouraging them to find out their own reason to cut down alcohol
  5. 5. Stage three: Preparation Individual at this stage are prepared to act. Individual will often express I am ready to cut down on alcohol. Goal setting strategies are useful at this stage.
  6. 6. Stage four : Action precontemplation contemplation action maintenance relapse Most important stage to provide help Person made the decision to change the habit of drinking May decided to cut down or completely stop alcohol
  7. 7. Stage Five: Maintenance Individual decide to adopt the new behaviour In case of alcohol ,one of the critical stage Remanning at this stage means success of the programme .Thus, encourage ,support and appreciate the person .
  8. 8. Stage Six: Relapse Will go back to the alcohol use Help the person ,instead of criticising Tell person that it is expected and encourage to try again to make a positive change Support the person at this stage
  9. 9. Summary Action maintenance relapsePre contemplation contemplation preparation Keep on supporting a person till he is confidently able to give up alcohol
  10. 10. references Babor, T.F. & Higgins-Biddle, J.C. (2001) Brief Intervention for Hazardous and Harmful Drinking: A Manual for use in Primary Care. World Health Organisation, Document No. WHO/MSD/MSB/01.6b Miller, W. R., & Rollnick, S. (2002). Motivational interviewing : preparing people for change (2nd ed. ed.). New York :: Guilford Press.

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