Motivating Positive Behavioral Change

Motivation research shows motivating a change is less likely when confrontive techniques are used–and more likely with the non-confrontive approach that will be introduced in this class.

You will learn: 1) new ways of thinking about motivation and change; 2) new methods of increasing motivation for change; 3) skills that minimize resistance to change; and 4) ways to apply this information to individuals and groups.

This information is presented in the context of the resiliency research.