ENTREVISTA MOTIVACIONAL LIZARRAGA PDF

La entrevista motivacional como herramienta para el fomento de cambios en el estilo de vida de personas con enfermedades crónicas no transmisibles sergio. such as motivational interviewing (Gantiva & Flórez, in press; Lizarraga & Ayarra, ; . Entrevista motivacional en consumidores excesivos de alcohol: . Free Online Library: Eficacia de la entrevista motivacional para promover la caracteristicas denominada entrevista motivacional (EM) (Lizarraga & Ayarra.

Author: Goltirn Zolora
Country: Sri Lanka
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Literature
Published (Last): 19 December 2008
Pages: 38
PDF File Size: 10.86 Mb
ePub File Size: 10.36 Mb
ISBN: 346-6-67078-969-8
Downloads: 72893
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Negal

The entrevidta level of emotional response occurs with the onset of the event and, as long as there is temporal incertitude, the higher the possibility of preparation for coping or -alternatively- of incubation of anxiety will be, depending on the quality of the accomplished appraisal.

Incertitude is the probability a lizartaga attributes to the real occurrence of an event. The essential task of emotional coping is to procure relief from emotional pain and to prevent this pain from turning into suffering.

American Psychologist50 This emotional reaction in the face of which the individual cannot contemplate efficient options of personal management, requires the implementation of priority attention, or special emergency intervention, occasionally called crisis interventionbut which is in reality an urgency intervention to the aggravation of the crisis caused by the emotional reaction of intense suffering, which the person interprets as an inescapable and unavoidable event.

At an extreme at which emotional pain absence of relief and lack of clarity regarding the possibilities to cope with harm are predominant, a CS can lead the person along a path of extreme autonomic arousal where decisions can deliberately assume a path of self-destruction, further leading in both cases to an emergency situation within the CSor in a more general way, the person’s situation can negatively evolve assuming characteristics proper of an anxiety disorder or an affective disorder Barlow, etnrevista Entrevista motivacional [Motivational interviewing].

Brief intervention lizaarraga understood as the involvement of motivational processes to enable the person to make decisions regarding emotional and instrumental coping which move her in the direction of emotional relief or solution of the crisis.

If the event continues in time, coping is what determines an evolution towards exhaustion or adaptation. Specific beliefs of a scope more restricted to the particular situation around which the crisis occurs involve particular appraisals regarding the magnitude of harm, threats, or challenges, regarding what needs to be done to control the situation, and regarding the personal ability to manage the responses that are judged as efficacious.

Self-efficacy is the substantial motivational complement of response efficacy, as it is the expectation motivacionxl the ability to empower the person towards the performance of an action she judges will be able to transform, in this case, a CS.

Empirical validation of interventions. This model proposes the existence of a dual process of control in the course of actions a person accomplishes, whether with the aim of really avoiding danger harm control or with the aim of controlling the fear emotion when it is excessive fear controlregardless of the real avoidance of damage.

  EN VERDAD OS DIGO JUAN JOSE ARREOLA PDF

L’ENTREVISTA MOTIVACIONAL by Claudia Garcia Sola on Prezi Next

Simplicity is a property referring to the required conditions for the implementation of the solution, and refers to the intentions of implementation that, as pointed out by Gollwitzerneed to be plain or simple in order to be potent, regardless of the objective situational ambiguity. These questions have answers that are not always clear or which do not refer to real conditions; cognitive biases and heuristics, illusions of control, and cognitive distortions -all of them processes playing a more relevant role in situations of incertitude- might lead to very different routes of appraisal and decision -more or less rational- with an increase in the probability of making mistakes in the decision-making process.

A conceptual model has been developed which allows explaining the events occurring in a normal crisis situation -normal in the sense that it has not adopted the shape of a mental disorder- and which allows orienting the counseling to the person experiencing it with the aim of fostering her control of what occurs and the search for adaptation. Level 3 is formed by ideological-conceptual, evaluative, higher motivational, and constructive schemata. A handbook for practice and research 2nd ed.

Avances de la Disciplina6 1, in January, During this period, the person makes primary and secondary appraisals influencing her emotional state, which depends more on the type of appraisals than on the duration of anticipation.

This refers to the moment in the vital cycle in which an event occurs, in this case a CS. The strategy of formulation by levels suggested by Riso in his proposal about the theoretical and methodological foundations of cognitive therapy, which orients therapeutic action by way of a triple configuration organized in the manner of levels, each of which incorporates some cognitive product or process.

THE AIM of this paper is to characterize a crisis situation CS as a psychobiological state of a person in which motivational alteration is prominent due to the impact of a deep alteration of an emotional sort originated in some external event of a harmful nature.

The CS requires the person to implement coping strategies focused on the management of objective damage, as well as on the search for emotional relief, a consideration that gives rise to the name of dual parallel processing in CS DPP-CS. If it is about the anxiety generated by the threat of losing a valuable item in the case of failure to pay a debt, the proximity of foreclosure or the presence of the collector would be the event signaling the probability of experiencing the concrete harmful situation, and leads to predict more exactly a possibility of efficacious coping with its consequences.

  GEOSTATISTIQUE COURS PDF

There was a problem providing the content you requested

Just as etnrevista appraisal made during this period might lead to reducing the expectations of severity, it can also increase them, and just as it might lead to improving the efficacy expectations it can also worsen them. Understanding motivation and emotion 4th ed.

Significant changes of a negative sort in the value that the person grants to events occurring in other areas of her vital field different from the area of the CS generating event. Expectancy-value models in psychology pp. Four different aspects in the analysis of secondary appraisal need to be differentiated, which have been the subject of study within cognitive theories of expectancy-value and social learning:.

This coping demand is also subject to cognitive processing by the person, by means of representations proper to a secondary appraisal process. An additional aspect is that related to the chronology of the events. Self-efficacy Bandura, the person’s belief about her ability to get involved in the performance of a determined action in a specific situation. A property of these emotional cognitive attitudes is that they reduce the thresholds required to produce a specific emotional response.

Cognitive Appraisal during the Crisis Situation Understood as Severe Stress A CS has all of the characteristics of a state of severe stress, although not every stress state lizargaga be considered a crisis. Affect, activation and action. An attributional theory of achievement motivation and emotion. Entrfvista chronology of the events influences considerably the commitment a person has emtrevista the particular event occurring in a CS.

Novelty, predictability, and temporal incertitude. The nature and treatment of anxiety and panic. For a student, the fact of passing an exam can be the expected consequence that maintains her study behavior; but this conduct is not maintained only by that wanted consequence of passing exams reinforcement expectancy but by other long-term expectations, such as being a competent professional outcome expectation or consummatory consequence of the studying behavior.

In the above example, a student who endures a critical situation of the affective sort e. Loss of a job might trigger a bigger crisis if it happens to the individual at a moment in which she must attend to important family responsibilities than if it occurred at a different moment. Is what can be done acceptable? Psychological Review92 Bandura argues for the preeminence of self-efficacy expectations in the control that the person exerts over her own actions, and for this reason these are the expectations that, in his view, prevail as determining factors of the agency a person exerts on her activity in general.

Author: admin