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Stages of change

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Stages of change

  1. 1. STAGES OF CHANGE Pre- Contemplation 2 NEIL PAUL,NEW DELHI,INDIA
  2. 2. TRANSTHEORETICAL MODEL OF CHANGE TTM Conceived in the early 1980s byPsychologist James O. Prochaska, PhD,. this theoretical tool “readiness-to-change” model has encouraged many to rethink their assumptions
  3. 3. STAGES OF CHANGE Pre-Contemplation, ContemplationPreparation, Action, Maintenance Lapse/Relapse Of DE-ADDICTION
  4. 4. Pre- Contemplation PRE-CONTEMPLATION, Not prepared. Not at the present. Hopelessness from earlier failed efforts. Limiting beliefsIncreasing a stronger sense of self-worth and confidence. 5 NEIL PAUL,NEW DELHI,INDIA
  5. 5. Contemplation CONTEMPLATION Perhaps soon — thoughtful about it. Not prepared to make the desired changeBeing encouraged by role models or success stories. 6 NEIL PAUL,NEW DELHI,INDIA
  6. 6. PREPARATION All Set, taking small footsteps.Underestimating the necessity to get ready, Creating a start date on the schedule. 7 NEIL PAUL,NEW DELHI,INDIA
  7. 7. ACTION Expecting early concrete results.Considering setbacks and challenges as breaks for self-discovery. 8 NEIL PAUL,NEW DELHI,INDIA
  8. 8. MAINTENANCELosing original motivation after an initial success.Sidestepping situations that could trigger relapse. 9 NEIL PAUL,NEW DELHI,INDIA
  9. 9. LAPSE/RELAPSE Lapses is a one-time return to addictive behaviorand relapse is a return to an addictive lifestyle. 10 NEIL PAUL,NEW DELHI,INDIA

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