Summary: The Transtheoretical Model

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• The Transtheoretical Model is made for individuals to adapt to and maintain a heal behavior change. For example, an individual who has stopped smoking for the past six months has reached the maintenance stage in which chances of relapse are low. Although chances of relapse are low there is still a chance the person may fall back into their old behavior. However, if the individual has reached a stage where they have no temptation for their old habits and they have reached 100% self-efficacy then they have reached the termination stage. This is a very difficult stage to reach since at this stage the behavior change will remain permanently and where relapse does not occur.
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