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      The Question Cube Re-imagined – A 5-Dimensional Model for Cultivating Coaches’ Capacity for Curious Inquiry in Health Behaviour Change

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      American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine
      SAGE Publications

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          In a lifestyle medicine context, competent health coaching requires the development of skills in inquiry. While open inquiry is emphasised, there is a broad range of inquiry types which can elicit narrative responses from a client. In the 1990s, the ‘Question Cube’ was conceptualised as a means of teaching therapy students ways to ask insightful questions. The elements of this model were: type of inquiry, subject and orientation. This article updates the Question Cube model to include the original 3 parameters with the addition of tense and mood. By learning the concepts of inquiry formation, students of health coaching are more able to propose thoughtful and insightful inquiries to their clients.

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                Journal
                American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine
                American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine
                SAGE Publications
                1559-8276
                1559-8284
                May 04 2023
                : 155982762311729
                Affiliations
                [1 ]Master of Health Science, University of Newcastle, Fellow of the Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine
                [2 ]Australian Psychological Society, Diplomate of the International Board of Lifestyle Medicine, National Board Certified Health and Wellbeing Coach
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                10.1177/15598276231172910
                8ec53264-b775-4d84-8b8b-4c102e2c217d
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