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BT10 Workshop 33 - Helping Patients and Populations at Each Stage - James Prochaska, PhD

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Brief Therapy Conference |  Brief Therapy Conference 2010
James Prochaska, PhD
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Dec 10, 2010
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Helping patients and populations at each stage of change includes strategies for reaching and retaining more patients, reducing resistance and maximizing impacts while minimizing demands on patients and providers. Special emphasis is on growing opportunities for stage based theorogists; including mental health specialists integrated in primary care practices.

Educational Objectives:

  1. Describe therapeutic challenges at each stage of change.
  2. Explain how maximize impacts through creative strategies for simultaneously changing multiple behaviors.
  3. Explain the necessary steps toward termination of therapy.  

*Sessions may be edited for content and to preserve confidentiality*



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JAMES PROCHASKA, PhD, is Director of Cancer Prevention Research Center and Professor of Clinical and Health Psychology at the University of Rhode Island. He is author of over 300 publications, including three books: Changing for Good; Systems of Psychotherapy; and The Transtheoretical Approach. He is internationally recognized for his work as a developer of the stage model of behavior change. He is principal investigator on over $60 million dollars in research grants for the prevention of cancer and other chronic diseases. Dr. Prochaska has won numerous awards, including the Top Five Most Cited Authors in Psychology from the American Psychology Society; an Innovator's Award from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; and is the first psychologist to win a Medal of Honor for Clinical Research from the American Cancer Society.