(6 Editable Slides)
(6 Editable Slides)
As the fields of psychology and family therapy have developed, many models have emerged that assess how individuals grapple with change. One of the most prominent and well recognized of these is the Satir Change Model. The Model was developed by Virginia Satir, a pioneer of family therapy. It outlines how individuals engage with and experience change. It outlines four stages that individuals go through as they manage such unexpected or significant changes. Today, the model is widely used as it focuses on systems of people as well as the individual. If the model sounds like something that could augment your arguments or materials, then consider checking out our Satir Change PowerPoint template.
This Satir Change presentation template can be used to outline the key components of this model. These include the Late Status Quo stage, the Chaos stage, the Practice and Integration Stage, and the New Status Quo stage.
To help you better communicate and explain the different parts of this model, we have included a series of HD vector graphics in this set. These include charts, icons, and images. You can use these to break down more complex ideas. Additionally, because these graphics are available in HD vector format, you can easily edit them to suit your specific needs.
We want you to use this layout as you see fit. Want to use these slides to form the foundation for an entirely new presentation? Go ahead! You can also choose some of the slides in this template and simply insert them into your pre-existing materials as a supplement.
All of the slides in this PPT are pre-prepared. Our team has worked hard to conduct extensive research to produce them. Further, we work closely with professional graphic designers who have experience working on slideshow creation. They ensure that even if you have limited experience with design, you can use this layout effectively.
Need more? This set comes in two different color schemes. It is also available for use on Microsoft PowerPoint, Apple Keynote, and Google Slides. All of this will save your time and resources while working on your next slideshow.