Diagnosis of psychological problems
Relapse prevention, expectations of benefits, and past attempts at changing the behavior
Stages of change, attitudes, beliefs, and skills for behavior change, and level of change.
Self-diagnosis, values clarification, and self-management skills
C and d
She is seriously thinking about starting an exercise program within the next 6 mo
She has made some plans to begin regular exercise and could use your help in setting up a program
your goal is to get her to begin thinking about starting an exercise program
She has been thinking about regular exercise and exercising regularly for more than 1 mo but less than 6 mo
You need to teach her ways to prevent relapse
Perceived benefits of exercise
All of the above
Promotional programs for exercise will be more effective for currently sedentary people who have been active in the past.
Information for the general public does not need to include specific suggestions for increasing physical activity.
When using a role model to market a health behavior, it is important that the model easily succeeds in the target health behavior.
The primary goal of media campaigns focused on physical activity is to get people to maintain their exercise programs.
Encouraging him to emphasize work goals over exercise goals
Giving him new exercise goals that are more advanced
Fostering his sense of achievement by featuring his success in a newsletter or bulletin board
Reviewing his program with him and focusing on the weeks in which he did not meet his goals
Decreased blood pressure after an aerobics class
Muscle soreness after beginning a new exercise routine
Being late for work after a long exercise session
A certificate of achievement for walking the most miles in a month
A billboard message about a new gym
Walk for 20 to 30 min 4 to 5 times a week for the next 3 wk.
Exercise for 10 min 3 times a day at 8:30 a.m., noon, and 5:30 p.m.
Take the stairs instead of the elevator at work and park farther from the building.
Jog 20 min each day.
Identify high-risk situations that can threaten exercise adherence
Expect and plan for ways to cope with high-risk situations
Understand that a lapse will lead to a relapse and that even a temporary relapse could lead to total failure
A and b
All of the above
. paying close attention to what the person is saying and ignoring body language or tone of voice
Being ready with a reply before the other person has finished speaking
Reflecting back what you think the person said to confirm that you understand what was said
Making a joke when someone seems upset to take his mind off the problem
Repeating back what someone has said to you
An attempt to experience another person’s feelings
Identifying with the thoughts and feelings of another person
A feeling of positive regard for another person
Knowing what the person’s real problem is
I am making progress toward getting in shape bit by bit
Every time I begin exercising, I get closer to sticking with it for good.
It's just impossible to find time to exercise with my schedule
I can find time to exercise every day because I deserve it. I'm the one in control.
Keeping client medical records confidential
Using client information as a source of office gossip
Treating clients with respect
Keeping the relationship professional