A holistic framework in psychology is an approach that considers the whole person, not just their symptoms or behaviours. It takes into account the physical, mental, emotional, social, spiritual and environmental aspects of human experience. A holistic framework aims to understand how these factors interact and influence each other, and how they affect the well-being and functioning of the individual. A holistic framework also recognizes the uniqueness and diversity of each person, and respects their values, beliefs and preferences.

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