Nutrition Counseling - Coggle Diagram
Transtheoretical model of change
the person is not ready to make change. He or she does not see that his or her behavior is a pattern
The person is considering making a change but not right away. he or she knows the behavior is a problem but is not ready to make a change yet
The person is getting ready to make a change soon
The person has already taken steps toward making a change. Generally, only about 15% of people you initially meet with will be in the action stage.
The person made a change and has been successfully working on it for at least the past 6 months.
The person has returned to the old behavior
The changed behavior has become a habit, and the person is absolutely certain that relapse will not occur.
Alternative approaches to behavior change
Playing the piano
Thanking Jesus for every blessing in my life
Client centered approach
Finding out the patients "why"
Exploring the motivation for a person's why
Provide them options.
Exploring WITH the patient to come up with tangible options
5 steps of goal setting
Step 3: develop a plan
Step 4: commit to action
Step 2: Clarify feelings and meaning
Step 5: experience and evaluate the plan
Step 1: explore the problem or issue
Guiding principles of MI
Building a partnership with the patient
Acceptance of where the patient is right now and what they are working on
Compassion for who the patient is and what they are going through
Bringing out the internal drive that is in the patient to change
Open ended questions
ask questions that invite dialogue
show appreciation and understanding to the patient
listen with intent and without an agenda
recap points (great way to close and address ambivalence)