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Analysis of 18 major approaches to therapy led to the identification of 10 empirically supported change processes (interventions):

  • C_________ raising
  • Self-l___________
  • S________ liberation
  • Dramatic r_________
  • S_______-reevaluation
  • Counter C__________
  • Environmental R_____________
  • R_____________ management
  • S__________ control
  • H_____/s______ relationships

  • Consciousness
  • Liberation
  • Social
  • Relief
  • Self
  • Conditioning
  • Reevaluation
  • Reinforcement
  • Stimulus
  • Helping/supportive


The Transtheoretical Model ____________ address the etiology or characteristics of maladaptive Bx.

Does not.


The Six Stages of Change are:

  • Precontemplation
  • Contemplation
  • Preparation 
  • Action
  • Maintenance
  • Termination


Interventions are most effective when they:

Match the person's stage of change.


______________ refers to the strength of perceived pros and cons of the problem behavior and plays a role in all stages, but is a particularly important determinant of motivation during the contemplation stage.

Decisional balance.


_____________ refers to the client's confidence that he/she will be able to cope with high-risk situations without relapsing.



___________ refers to the intensity of urges to engage in the problem behavior, and is inversely related to self-efficacy.


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