READINESS TO CHANGE -MHRA and BMRA

What is a MHRA

When to use a MHRA

When to use a MHRA

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A MHRA is a Mental Health Readiness Assessment.  This assessment is designed to be used by physicians for patients to assess the fidelity of the individual client towards the treatment process.

When to use a MHRA

When to use a MHRA

When to use a MHRA

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When a patient presents with a condition that would typically be be referred to a mental health practitioner.  Examples include but are not limited to: Anxiety, Depression, Substance Abuse, Anger Management etc.

Why use a MHRA

When to use a MHRA

Why use a MHRA

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It will enhance your ability to measure treatment fidelity of patients before beginning the counseling process.  Knowing what areas need to improve can help with the treatment process of counseling, and therefore assist with lasting change. 

What is a BMRA

When to use a BMRA

Why use a MHRA

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A BMRA is a Behavioral Modification Readiness Assessment.  This assessment is designed to be used by physicians for patients to assess the fidelity of the individual client towards making lasting changes in behavior.

When to use a BMRA

When to use a BMRA

When to use a BMRA

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When a patient presents with a condition that requires change in behavior to achieve success.  Examples include but are limited to: Weight loss, Reduction in sugar intake, getting more sleep, substance abuse, smoking cessation.

Why use a BMRA

When to use a BMRA

When to use a BMRA

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It will enhance your ability to measure treatment fidelity of patients before beginning the change process.  Knowing what areas need to improve can help with the treatment achieving success, and therefore assist with lasting change. 

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