The implications related to how an individual is behaving, depending on the group to which the individual belongs to and how this influences him/her.
principles of psychosociology
study of psychosociology
study of problems common to psychology and sociology
theories of psychosociology
Skill reusability level
Relationships with occupations
Psychosociology is an essential knowledge of the following occupations:
Psychosociology is optional for these occupations. This means knowing this knowledge may be an asset for career advancement if you are in one of these occupations.
Music therapist: Music therapists use music-therapeutic interventions to treat patients with behavioural disorders and pathogenic conditions to prevent, mitigate or eliminate symptoms and to change behaviours and attitudes requiring treatment. They promote and maintain or restore the development, maturity and health of the patient/client by music-therapeutic interventions. Music therapy especially provides help for people with with emotional, somatic, intellectually or socially induced behavioural disorders and pathogenic conditions, such as psychoses (schizophrenic disorders, bipolar disorders) and personality development disorders.
Art therapist: Art therapists help patients overcome psychological and emotional difficulties through an artistic process which reflects emotions and feelings, focusing on patients who suffer a variety of problems such as mental, psychological, and behavioural disorders in order to facilitate self-understanding and awareness.
Recreational therapist: Recreational therapists offer treatment to persons who have behavioural disorders or conditions. They use techniques and interventions such as art, music, animals and dance to promote, maintain and restore the development and health of the patient.
- Psychosociology – ESCO