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biopsychosocial

Definitions

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  • adj. Having biological, psychological and social characteristics
  • adj. Relating to the biopsychosocial perspective, the idea that the mind and the body are inseparable entities

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Examples

  • The fellow also participates in activities of the Behavioral Pediatrics training program, also funded by the MCHB, which focuses on morbidity arising from biopsychosocial stressors.

    Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics Fellowship

  • Eating disorders are complex, biopsychosocial illnesses.

    Jenni Schaefer: Mom, It's Not Your Fault

  • The diagnosis was obvious, the prognosis grave: as the president of the APA put it in 1976, the biopsychosocial model, ā€œcarrying psychiatrists on a mission to change the world, had brought the profession to the edge of extinction.ā€

    MANUFACTURING DEPRESSION

  • The biopsychosocial model, as this something-for-everyone approach came to be known, seems as obvious and unobjectionable as any other ecumenical view.

    MANUFACTURING DEPRESSION

  • The biopsychosocial model presents addiction as a brain disease that causes personality problems and social dysfunction.

    The Disease Model of Addiction

  • Even the president of the American Psychiatric Association lamented in 2005: "As a profession, we have allowed the biopsychosocial model [of mental illness] to become the bio-bio-bio model."

    Anis Shivani: The Mass Production of Mental Illness and What To Do About It

  • In short, it does not qualify as a biopsychosocial system.

    Don Beck on Third Tier and Spirit in SDi

  • Graves "emergent, cyclical, double-helix model of biopsychosocial systems" and their processes and patterns which, in fact, are the manner in which the human species appears to have emerged over time, with the expectation that such a dynamic will continue into the future.

    Don Beck on Third Tier and Spirit in SDi

  • Conceived and led by Dr. Don Beck, a leading global authority on value systems, societal change, and stratified democracy, SDi is an advanced extension and elaboration of the biopsychosocial systems concept originated by the late Dr. Clare W.

    Welcome to Spiral Dynamics Integral

  • As the health care system is overburdened and there are serious threats to service delivery and to the very survival of social work and the biopsychosocial approach, the task of remaining available to clients is more difficult and workers must recognize how the impact of the surrounding environment affects their ability to be there for clients.

    Object Relations Theory and Self Psychology in Social Work Practice

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