<p><img src="//relias.innocraft.cloud/piwik.php?idsite=2&amp;rec=1" style="border:0;" alt=""> Stages of Change and Integrated Health Care [Webinar] | Relias

Watch Dr. Carlo DiClemente, co-creator of the Transtheoretical Model of intentional behavior change, discuss adoption and use of this model within a whole health, integrated care framework. We review the multidimensional tasks identified in the stages of change model, recent research and applications with alcohol, substance use and smoking interventions, and application to other health behaviors and chronic conditions such as diabetes management and medication adherence. Methods to expand use of the model for initiation, modification and cessation of health behavior will are discussed, including adoption and implementation of innovations at the organizational level.

Watch this webinar to learn how to:

  • Understand key tasks of each of the stages of change: Interest and concern, decision making, planning and commitment, plan revision and lifestyle integration of behavior change
  • Know the different challenges of initiation, modification and cessation of health behaviors
  • Understand the differences between imposed and chosen change and implications for organizational change

Date: On-Demand

Duration: 1 hour


Dr. Carlo DiClemente PhD, ABPP

Dr. Carlo DiClemente PhD, ABPP

Professor Emeritus, University of Maryland at Baltimore County, Psychology Department

Carlo C. DiClemente, PhD, is professor emeritus in the Department of Psychology, University of Maryland, Baltimore County. He is internationally recognized as co-creator (with James Prochaska, PhD) of the Transtheoretical Model of change, more commonly referred to as the stages of change. He is the author or coauthor of more than 140 publications, including a popular book on the stages, Changing for Good (Avon 1995) and his recent book, Addiction and Change. For his work, he has received awards from the Robert Woods Johnson Foundation, ASAM, APA Division 50 and the Addictive Behavior Group at ABCT, as well as a Presidential Citation from the American Psychological Association.


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