Change process

/change/ /proc.ess/

n.noun

a change process is a therapeutic intervention and undertaking of an individual. This process takes place when an individual, along with the assistance of a psychological professional, addresses behavioral issues and then makes necessary lifestyle changes in order to better their life.

In the undertaking of a process change, a psychological professional identifies specific behavioral issues within an individual. By addressing these issues, a psychological professional is able to pinpoint what is causing harm to an individual's life and is then able to create a strategy in order to promote necessary change within that individual.