system thinking

Systems all the way down: embracing complexity in mental health research

This editorial by Eiko Fried and Donald Robinaugh has been published in BMC Medicine. The abstract says: “In this editorial for the collection on complexity in mental health research, we introduce and summarize the inaugural contributions to this collection: a series…
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“If I were you, I wouldn’t start from here”: Working for real change in societal responses to distress

This paper comes from David Harper and has been published in the Context journal. It begins: “Systemic therapists are well-used to considering the multiple layers of context within which our lives are embedded, so I thought I’d use the invitation to…
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Dialogical Meetings in Social Networks (The Systemic Thinking and Practice Series)

This book has been written by Jaakko Seikkula and Tom Erik Arnkil. The publishers say: “This book describes and analyses two dialogic network practices: ‘Open Dialogues’ – developed for use in psychiatric crisis situations – and ‘Anticipation Dialogues’ – used in…
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Thinking about complexity in health

Complexity Science is an emerging field that is highly relevant to the subject of healthcare in general and mental healthcare in particular. Related to this field are subjects such as complex adaptive systems, complexity theory and systems thinking. “ Thinking about complexity in health: A systematic review of the key systems thinking and complexity ideas in health ”…
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