QIdentify the stage of change the person is in for each scenarioName some processes that can be put into place to advance them to the next stage for each scenario
scenario1:You have been smoking for 16 years and now you are ready to stop due to health concerns. You purchase nicotine patches and join a 12 step program.scenario2:You want to be a doctor that specializes in foot odor. Looking at the course catalog you need to register for a class in “Different Smells” before graduation. First you have enroll and take the required courses.scenario3:Your high school reunion is coming up and you want to drop those 10 pounds you seemed to have gained. You join a gym 3 months ago and you have lost 7 pounds! 3 more to go.scenario4:During a routine visit to the doctor you would told your blood pressure is a bit elevated, borderline hypertension. Your intention is to try to reduce stress and get plenty of sleep over the next 6 months and check back.Application Rules:
Application Length– your application should be no more than one page in length. There is no need to create a cover page. There is also no need to include a long header with your name, my name, and the class. That takes up unnecessary space on the page. In the header of the document you can place your name and application number and that should be fine.Application submission– all applications are submitted to me via blackboard by 5 p.m. on the Friday of the week they are assignedApplication Lateness– Any applications turned in after 5 pm will loose 25% off their grade. Exceptions to that are one a case by case basis.Grammar and punctuation– Submitted a response that is one paragraph in length will result in you loosing 20% off your grade. Proper grammar and punctuation is expected in your responses.