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Invitations to change

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When inviting change be sure and have permission and then always invite your loved one
Speak in nonjudgmental terms

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Invitations to change

  1. 1. Invitations to Change Stanger 2018
  2. 2. Permission Slips Check in Ask Permission to talk To some one Always Invite Change
  3. 3. Non Judgmental “I” terms When inviting change be sure and have permission and then always invite your loved one Speak in nonjudgmental terms- Yesterday when you drank left sober living and drank I felt…….. Watch your “its and But”
  4. 4. Ask Evocative Questions Why to you want to make this change (desire) How might you go about doing that (ability) What are the three best reasons for doing this How important is it for you to make this change (need) So what do you think you will do?
  5. 5. Elaboration -Examples In what ways might you stop smoking When was the last time you stopped seeing Kelly. What did you do to take care of yourself? Was there ever a time when things were better, what was that like ?
  6. 6. Future Forecasting Suppose you went to sleep tonight and you dreamt about your future. If you are 90- 100% successful in making the changes you want what would your future look like?
  7. 7. Catastrophic Thinking
  8. 8. BEST POSSIBLE OUTCOME
  9. 9. Motivation
  10. 10. On a Scale of One to 10
  11. 11. Affirm- Explore Values and Goals UP
  12. 12. Summarize
  13. 13. Interventions Inside Of Treatment Every day your Loved one is invited to change somedays are harder then others
  14. 14. Change Agreements

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