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Have you been asked to address the topic of systems perspective? In this solution, you will be provided with an easy-to-understand response. What are the systems and how do you use them as a clinician or case worker?

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In the helping fields, the topic of systems perspective comes up quite often. Have you heard of the bio/psycho/social assessment? Both of these are referring to using the systems perspective (SP).

The SP consists of systems...

The individual is considered the micro system. Think of a small circle. The individual is in the circle and that small circle is called the micro system. When you are working in the SP, you are working directly with the individual and what affects the individual directly.

The next layer of the system is called the mezzo system. Now, ...

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Have you been asked to address the topic of systems perspective? In this solution, you will be provided with an easy-to-understand response. What are the systems and how do you use them as a clinician or case worker?

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