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Systemic psychology is a branch of psychology that treats groups, and to some extent individuals, as systems that exhibit homeostasis. Meaning, within open systems they have an active method of remaining stable through the dynamic relationship between parts. Systemic psychology is based on the theoretical work of Gregory Bateson and others. Therapeutic applications were developed by Virginia Satir, the Milan Group, and others.

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