Changing behaviour, especially if it’s become habitual, can be hard. There’s loads of research about how people change their habits and the stages we go through to make changes.

I really like the behaviour change model which has been used here, by the Royal College of Nursing. Although they’re talking about change for health, it could be referring to anything: getting the boiler serviced, finding a new job, achieving an athletic goal.

If you’re feeling a bit stuck, especially if you’re contemplating change or are in danger of a relapse, get in touch; we can work together to unstick you!

stages of change model
From https://www.rcn.org.uk/clinical-topics/supporting-behaviour-change/understanding-behaviour-change

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