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    Transtheoretical Model of Change

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    What is "The Stages of Change Model"

    Is The Stages of Change Model effective strategy for clients who are resistance to goal setting and the stages for change? Explain how it is effective or not effective

    "Can The Stages of Change Model help victims or clients involved in domestic violence or a client who is in a abusive relationship?" If so explain how "The Stages of Change Model" may helps client involved in domestic violence ?

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    What is "The Stages of Change Model"
    The Stages of Change Model is a Transtheoretical Model that takes on the biopsychosocial approach in looking at the process of intentional behavioural change. The model highlights 5 main stages of change that are fluid in nature. The idea behind this model is that change has to be client-directed and clients may spend as much time in a particular stage or move back and forth between stages.

    Is The Stages of Change Model effective strategy for clients who are resistance to goal setting and the stages for change? Explain how it is effective or not effective
    Yes it is effective. This 5-stage model acknowledges resistance toward change as an important component for change. Resistance is seen in the first stage which is the Pre-contemplation stage. Goal-setting is a process that can facilitate change when the client is ready for discussions on change, at the ...

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    This paper gives an overview on the Transtheoretical Model of Change. It highlights the 5 stages of change and provides an example of a victim of domestic violence.

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