holistic psychology

ho·lis·tic psy·chol·o·gy

any psychological system that postulates that the human mind or any mental process must be studied as a unit; for example, gestaltism, existential psychology.
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As I read Entwistle's book, several answers, in addition to his sustained argument that theology is integral to a properly construed holistic psychology, became evident.
Abby was eager to begin studying Holistic Psychology at Lesley College in Cambridge.
A holistic psychology of persons allows the clinician to explore spirituality not simply as a utilitarian force for personal betterment, but as a legitimate encounter between persons, religious communities, and God, while simultaneously recognizing the biological, psychological, and sociological forces that are the bread and butter of psychology.
In Part 2, 'The Unstructured Self: Stoic Passions and the Reception of Plato', Gill provides us with a case study of the Stoic analysis of emotions, an illustration of stoic naturalism and holistic psychology put to use.
Various theorists in psychology and other behavioral sciences have contributed to developmental holistic psychology, consolidated in the second Leipzig school.