The six stages of the original Model are
- action and
Considerations, a public health professional may consider when seeking to access this model, may include how the theory
- ignores the social context of the addictive behavioural environment
- has no set criteria between the stages in support of a person's stage of change. The Model questionnaires, developed to assign a person to a stage of change, are not always standardized or validated.
- There is no clear sense for how much time is needed to move on to the next stage, or how long a person can remain in a stage.
- The model assumes that individuals make coherent and logical plans in their decision-making process which doesn't mean that we do!
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How could the Intentional Model of Change help to change childhood obesity and undernourishment?