The NASM Behavioral Change Model is based on principles from over
35 years of scientific research and intervention development. BCS
combines the Transtheoretical Model and strategies used in Multimodal
Therapy, which outline the multiple dimensions involved in human
behavior. Early in the engagement, the coach, in conjunction with the
client, will establish a focus, set a goal or goals, and maintain that vision
throughout the engagement.
The Multimodal Life History Inventory is divided into two major sections: (1) Personal and Social History and (2) Modality Analysis of Current Problems. Once each major section is completed by the client, we will use this information to select appropriate interventions and strategies.
Setting Goals Effectively
- Types of Goals
- Goal Setting Principles
- Goal Achievement Strategies
- Enhancing Persistence
- Directing Attention/Action
- Mobilizing Effort
- Developing New Strategies
Behavior Therapy Techniques
- Contingency Contracting
- Operant/Classical Conditioning
- Positive Reinforcement
- Relaxation Training
- Imagery Strategies appropriate to each stageof change.
- Imagery Training Program for: Enhancing motivation, self confidence and emotional response control.
- Imagery Practice Scripts