The Biopsychosocial Model refers to the concept of treating not just the body, but the whole person in his or her social context.

A synthesis of biomedical and psychoanalytical approaches to treatment; also called the holistic approach.

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Biopsychosocial model refers to the view that biological, psychological, and social factors are all involved in any given state of health or illness. Biopsychosocial model refers to a model in which the interaction of biological, psychological, and sociocultural factors is seen as influencing the development of the individual.