To be effective, interventions must be based on what we know about human change.Change can occur surreptitiously or it can involve considerable conscious struggle.For many people with problems, change occurs without formalised help.Motivation is a fundamental issue.The ‘cycle of change’, a model which describes how people progress through various stages, remains popular. It has, however, been subject to criticism.
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