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family somatics

Family somatics is an area of medical research that studies the interrelation of systemic family processes and individual, physical reactions to these processes. This concept is holistic in that it takes into consideration the physical, psychological, and social aspects of illness.
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Definition extracted with permission from Simon, Fritz, et al, Family Process, Inc.: Language of Family Therapy: A Systemic Vocabulary and Source Book (Family Process Press Series)