Stages of Change on the ASWB Exam
What are the critical stages that social work clients go through during their treatment? Also, how should you respond as a clinician as a client goes through these key stages? Also, what questions can you expect on this topic on the LCSW, LMSW, LSW ASWB exams?
What is the Transtheoretical Model?
Precontemplation: The client is not ready or willing to change. They do not intend to take action to change the behavior at any time in the foreseeable future. For example, if someone is in the precontemplation phase of a diet, they are not planning to make any changes to their eating or behavior.
Learn more about the other 5 stages and key examples in the video below!
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