The situations and psychopathologies are many that they can be seen in the psychological consultation. At present it is possible to affirm that the consultations by the anxiety upheavals are more and more common (agoraphobias, phobias, social anxiety, etc.), the upheavals of the feeding (bulimia, anorexy, etc.). All psychopathologies characteristic of this society posmoderna, that presents/displays particular characteristics as the consumption, the hedonismo, the image, the little personal relation with the other, etc. Resistance psychological therapy the precontemplation is the phase in which it is not tried to change in the future foreseeable behavior. It is possible to be in the precontemplation stage because he is not conscious that the behaviors are problematic. This lack of brings back to consciousness can have to the ignorance. Also it is possible not to be conscious that problems because of a defensive attitude are had. The paranoiac or psychopathic personalities often think that they are the other that they must change, but not they.
In the Questionnaire of the Stages of the Change, the precontempladores that begin the therapy generally are in agreement with following affirmation: " I am not who have problems, nor must why be aqu." The precontempladores also are become demoralized with respect to their abilities to change. Probably they have tried to change, but they have failed. They do not think that they can change. They cannot at least do it without external aid. The ignorance, the defensive attitude and the demoralization are very significant barriers for the change.
Much of these barriers can be particularly car-defeatist, since it causes that the precontempladores show resistance the outer aid that could facilitate the change. The precontempladores go the majority of the times to the therapy because they are pressed by the pair, the parents, the school or the court. It is not necessary to even say that they run a great risk of leaving, although they need more therapy than other people in other stages the therapy (Prochaska, J.