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The Indivisible Self: An Evidence-Based Model of Wellness

  title={The Indivisible Self: An Evidence-Based Model of Wellness},
  author={J. Myers},
The Indivisible Self, an evidence-based model of wellness, emerged from factor analytic studies based on an earlier wellness model, the Wheel of Wellness. Both models use Individual Psychology as an organizing theory; however, the current model exemplifies holism as the foundation of human wellness. In this article, the Indivisible Self model is described, and implications for counseling and needed research are provided. 
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