Promoting behavior change in our clients is challenging enough when we have ample time. So what do we do when we only have ten or fifteen minutes? How can we really make an impact in such a short period of time, or in situations when you might only see that person once before they go home? The speakers describe common theories of behavior change and will provide you with concrete strategies that you can utilize in brief interventions in a variety of settings, including primary care, acute care, long term care and community/public health settings.
Planned with the Academy's Committee for Lifelong Learning
CPE Level: Level 1 (basic knowledge/experience)
- 2.1.3 Tailors messages and communication methods to meet the needs of target audiences
- 9.2.4 Collaborates with learners and colleagues to formulate specific, measurable and attainable objectives and goals.
- 9.6.2 Applies a variety of counseling theories, psychological
methods and strategies that empower clients/patients to
- Identify the common behavior change pitfalls that often occur during patient-provider interactions.
- Utilize evidence-based strategies to move clients/patients toward behavior change in brief exchanges.
- Provide person-centered, tailored messages to meet the needs of clients/patients.
- Claudia Sealey-Potts, RD, LDN, FAND
- Courtney B. Rogers, PhD
- Rebecca Schubert, MS, RDN, NBC-HWC