Using a biopsychosocial approach means – recognising that biological, psychological and social factor can’t be seperated

When people first come across the biopsychosocial approach to care they often think of each component as its own silo. That there are seperate biological, psychological and social factors. However…

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Using a biopsychosocial approach means – understanding that factors such as fear and anxiety aren’t pathologies

We've been taught that our treatment plans are designed to address pathology. Therefore when we introduce the idea of modifying them to incorporate psychosocial factors, it makes sense to assume…

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