Prochaska’s six-stages of change model (i.e. Precontemplation, Contempation, Preparation, Action, Maintenance, & Termination) serves as a framework for understanding how brief therapists can therapeutically employ clothing and appearance as framework for understanding how brief therapists can therapeutically employ clothing and appearance as a vehicle for more lasting client solutions. Drawing upon brief therapy cases using Ericksonian, MRI, and SFT approaches, the program illustrates how therapists can help clients make small changes in clothing and appearance to move through Prochaska’s stages of change. With John Littrell.
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