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BET I CAN Strategies for Change copyright (c) 2013 Prilleltensky1 Do not BET I CAN: Seven scientific principles to promote well-being Behaviors Next Emotions Steps Well Being Awareness Thoughts Context Interactions copyright (c) 2012 Prilleltensky. Do not reproduce or circulate without permission 2 BET I CAN STRA TEGIES SET A GOAL Behaviors CREATE POSITIVE HABITS Next Steps Emotions Well- Awareness Being Thoughts Context Interactions BET I CAN MANAGE NEGATIVE EMOTIONS Behaviors COLLECT POSITIVE EMOTIONS Next Steps Emotions Well- Being Awareness Thoughts Context Interpersonal BET I CAN Behaviors Next Steps Emotions CHALLENGE ASSUMPTIONS WRITE A NEW STORY Well- Awareness Being Thoughts Context Interactions BET I CAN Behaviors Next Steps Emotions Well- Awareness Being Thoughts CONNECT Context Interactions COMMUNICATE BET I CAN Behaviors Next Steps Emotions Well- READ THE CUES Awareness Being Thoughts CHANGE THE CUES Context Interactions BET I CAN Behaviors KNOW Next YOURSELF Steps Emotions KNOW THE ISSUE Well- Awareness Being Thoughts Context Interactions BET I CAN Behaviors Next MAKE A PLAN Steps Emotions MAKE IT STICK Well- Awareness Being Thoughts Context Interactions Context, Awareness, Next Steps Context is important for wellness Cues • Read the Cues, Change the cues • Triggers for problem behavior: – People, Places, Things • Triggers for desired behavior: – People, Places, Things • Erin studying Erin trying to study • What cues do you see in this situation? • People? • Places? • Things? Cues: The Nudge Theory • Thaler: Founder of the Theory https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoA8N6nJMRs • Nudge Animation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jsy1E3ckxlM • The Science of Cues and Persuasion https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFdCzN7RYbw • The Science of moral perusasion https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZO73pfFoUfo AVOID TRIGGERS THA T CUE PROBLEM BEHAVIOR • Clear your house of junk food • Chuck the candy bowl on your desk • Don’t walk by the vending machine • Take a different route to avoid “your” drive- thru • Avoid places where you will be tempted STEEL YOURSELF IN TEMPTING SITUA TIONS • Don’t shop for groceries on an empty stomach • Eat a healthy snack before going to a party • Ask others not to tempt you • Imagine the unhealthy qualities of the tempting food • Make a specific plan for dealing with temptations you cannot avoid ISAAC AND ORA’S PRE-BEANING! CUES FOR HEALTHY BEHAVIOR Exercise • Think of a goal you’re trying to accomplish • Think of cues you can add • Think of cues you can delete • Think of cues you can change “GREASE” THE PLAN • GRADUAL (small but constant steps) • REWARDED (small wins, reward yourself) • EASY (make it simple) • ALTERNATIVES (replace old with new) • SUPPORTED (do it with others, ask help) • EDUCATED (inform yourself) Isaac Prilleltensky 20 NEXT STEPS: MAKE IT STICK • Continue to control your environment • Keep recording and rewarding • Plan for high risk situations • Remember that setbacks are normal • Get back on track if you slip NEXT STEPS • What’s your next step towards lasting health and well-being? • How can you help others change? • That depends on where you/ they are in the process of change… CHANGE UNFOLDS IN SAGES… DIFFERENT STROKES FOR DIFFERENT FOLKS • People are all over the map in terms of their readiness for domain-specific change • The more advanced you are along the change continuum, the more likely you are to succeed • Different strategies are appropriate at different stages: Beware of strategy-step mismatch! MA TCH STRA TEGIES TO ST AGES • In Pre-contemplation, Contemplation and Preparation… – Knowledge – Awareness – Emotional engagement • In Action and Maintenance… – Control triggers – Change the behavior – Reward, reward, reward! CONTEMPLA TORS NEED… • Information • Track behavior • Feedback and support • Emotional engagement • Process of evaluating costs and benefits • Set specific goals PREP ARERS NEED… • Information on triggers and consequences • A specific plan of action • Assemble their change team • Set SMART sub-goals – Specific – Measurable – Attainable – Relevant – Time-bound ACTIONERS NEED…. • Take charge of the environment – Avoid and remove triggers to problem behavior – Seek and create triggers to healthy behavior – Have a plan for dealing with temptations • Change the behavior – Do the healthy opposite of problem-behavior • CHANGE THE CONSEQUENCE – Eliminate rewards that maintain problem behavior – Reward the healthy alternative to problem behavior A touch of pessimism: Mental Contrasting (Oettingen, 2014) • WOOP Your Goal – Wish – Outcome – Obstacle – Plan • Make if-then plans MAINT AINERS NEED… • Knowledge regarding the circular nature of change • A plan for dealing with lapses and slips • Learn from slips and fortify their plan • Avoid all-or-nothing thinking – a lapse is not a relapse! • Condemn the behavior but not the person • Get back on the horse! MAINT AINERS NEED… • An environment that supports their healthy habits • Support, support, and more support! • A healthy respect for the power of temptations to derail plans Exercise • Think of someone you know who may need a change • In what stage of change is that person? • What strategies can you recommend to that person?