2008
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Abstract: Endereço para correspondênciaRev Psiquiatr RS. 2008;30(1 Supl). RESUMOO tabagismo é uma das principais causas de morte prematura em todo o mundo, além de ser uma das dependências de mais difícil tratamento. Uma das abordagens que vêm sendo utilizadas no tratamento da dependência do tabaco é a entrevista motivaciona, baseada no modelo transteórico proposto por Prochaska & Di Clemente. Este trabalho tem por objetivo realizar uma revisão teórica a respeito dos estágios motivacionais de mudança e do uso da entrevi… Show more

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“…23 Regarding the "Professional Training" category, it is believed that the training of health professionals focused on minimizing the harms of tobacco use should be part of the construction of knowledge for their work. 14,18 One literature review corroborates these data on the effectiveness of pharmacological and psychosocial interventions for smoking cessation treatment, which emphasizes the involvement of an interdisciplinary team as essential to the success rate of smoking cessation. A review that examined the use of motivational interviewing, a therapeutic method that uses a different way to help people recognizing that they can do something about their present or potential problems, concluded that this approach does not bring significant results for smokers with high dependency.…”
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“…23 Regarding the "Professional Training" category, it is believed that the training of health professionals focused on minimizing the harms of tobacco use should be part of the construction of knowledge for their work. 14,18 One literature review corroborates these data on the effectiveness of pharmacological and psychosocial interventions for smoking cessation treatment, which emphasizes the involvement of an interdisciplinary team as essential to the success rate of smoking cessation. A review that examined the use of motivational interviewing, a therapeutic method that uses a different way to help people recognizing that they can do something about their present or potential problems, concluded that this approach does not bring significant results for smokers with high dependency.…”
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“…Motivational interviewing is a type of person-centered clinical approach whose goal is to work on and to enhance the user's motivation for behavioral change, usually related to lifestyle habits, dysfunctional behaviors, and adherence to treatments 15 . This approach is especially employed to deal with ambivalence, usually present in addictive behaviors, in a more persuasive than coercive way 16 . It was first developed by Miller and Rollnick in 1983, as a brief intervention for alcohol abuse.…”
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“…A motivação pode ser definida como um estado de avidez e de prontidão para a mudança, 5,6 a qual oscila constantemente de acordo com o tempo e situação. 7 Traduz-se como a probabilidade de que o indivíduo inicie, dê continuidade e permaneça em determinado processo de mudança, tendo como aspecto essencial o reconhecimento do comportamento como um problema. 8 Visto o Modelo Transteórico desenvolvido por Prochaska e Di Clemente, 5 os sujeitos circulam através de cinco estágios dinâmicos de motivação (pré-contemplação, contemplação, preparação, ação e manutenção) que são divididos conforme as atitudes que o indivíduo toma durante o processo de mudança de hábito.…”
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