Here we provide an introduction to systems thinking as it might be applied in social work. We draw on three particular systems approaches, beginning with Bronfenbrenner’s (1979–2006) ecological systems theory, then Pincus and Minahan’s (1973) systems approach to planning in social work practice and, thirdly, systemic family work.
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