Assumes that biophysical, psychological and social factors all play an important role in human functioning and encourages social workers to consider and integrate a broad range of influences when evaluating a clients development and behavior at all levels (individual, family, community) and to examine the client's appraisal of these influences and reactions to them in terms of physiology, emotion, cognition, and behavior.
The concept that human behavior is a result of interactions between a person and his/her environment.
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