Assessing Client Motivation [Details]
Academy of Choice
Kim Olver
Kim Olver
Academy of Choice
Assessing Client Motivation
This PowerPoint discusses the five stages of change as developed by James Prochaska and Carlo DiClemente. Understanding what stage your client is at and what your role is during that phase will help you determine his or her level of motivation. It also talks about other considerations when your clients aren't making progress toward their stated goals. It isn't always a motivation issue so you will learn how to discriminate between a lack of motivation and other causes of lack of progress.

Click to View: 1. Conclusion
1. Conclusion
Click to View: 2. Assessing Client Motivation
2. Assessing Client Motivation
Click to View: 3. Prochaska and DiClemente s  Stages of Change Model
3. Prochaska and DiClemente s Stages of Change Model
Click to View: 4. Precontemplation Signs
4. Precontemplation Signs
Click to View: 5. Precontemplation Techniques
5. Precontemplation Techniques
Click to View: 6. Contemplation Signs
6. Contemplation Signs
Click to View: 7. Contemplation Techniques
7. Contemplation Techniques
Click to View: 8. Preparation Signs
8. Preparation Signs
Click to View: 9. Preparation Techniques
9. Preparation Techniques
Click to View: 10. Action Signs
10. Action Signs
Click to View: 11. Action Techniques
11. Action Techniques
Click to View: 12. Maintenance Signs
12. Maintenance Signs
Click to View: 13. Maintenance Techniques
13. Maintenance Techniques
Click to View: 14. Relapse Signs
14. Relapse Signs
Click to View: 15. Relapse Techniques
15. Relapse Techniques
Click to View: 16. Client Not Motivated
16. Client Not Motivated
Click to View: 17. Additional Considerations on Motivation
17. Additional Considerations on Motivation
Click to View: 18. Not Motivated
18. Not Motivated
Click to View: 19. Client is Motivated
19. Client is Motivated
Click to View: 20. Conclusion
20. Conclusion