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By Marie Louise Caltabiano, Lina Ricciardelli

This feature of in-depth, severe and complete chapters on topical matters in utilized wellbeing and fitness psychology gains the paintings of key researchers and practitioners within the Australasian well-being process and offers with either theoretical and methodological elements of the subject.

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An integrated health behavior change model that has been developed in Applied Topics in Health Psychology, First Edition. Edited by M. L. Caltabiano and L. Ricciardelli. C 2013 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Published 2013 by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 16 Applied Topics in Health Psychology Australia is presented as an example of how learning from the extensive theoretical literature can be incorporated into health coaching programs and clinical consultations in a parsimonious manner. Health Coaching: What Is It?

Cognitive Therapy and Research, 16, 143–163. , & Fuller, T. (2010). Chronic Disease Self-Management and Lifestyle Risk Modification Training. Melbourne: The Australian Psychological Society. , & Kelly, J. (2003). Telephone coach training for health professionals in patient self-management strategies. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 9, 199–207. , & Abraham, C. (2007). Effects of a self-efficacy intervention on initiation of recommended exercises in patients with spondylosis. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 15, 26–40.

Rollnick et al. (1999) describe readiness as the combined effect of importance and confidence to change. These concepts relate closely to motivation and self-efficacy respectively. Gale (2012) suggests that it is also clinically useful to conceptualize timing (of current situational factors in an individual’s life) as a third factor that impacts on readiness to change. In essence, readiness is a useful concept due to the assumption that the clinical intervention and processes of change that will most effectively move a person toward the ultimate behavioral Health Coaching for Chronic Conditions 19 goal will vary depending on the individual’s current stage (or level) of readiness (Prochaska & DiClemente, 1984).

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