The biopsychosocial model is one framework that I’ve found helpful in how to consider the person holistically. This model looks at the interconnected aspects of the person’s biological, social, and psychological factors.
Rather than looking at the person merely as as comprised of biological functions, or solely the produce of one’s social environment for instance, this model considers how these different factors influence the person, helping them identify strengths and potential risk factors for flourishing.
This model is used in both counseling, as well as fields involving physical rehab and related to pain. In that way it gives health care providers from a variety of different fields a helpful framework that can be shared across areas of practice.
To learn more about this model you can go here: https://www.physio-pedia.com/Biopsychosocial_Model