How to include SOCIOCULTURAL THEORY in your Pathology Prevention plans.
The eight mental health perspectives are balanced by the Health Guardian to provide a holistic lens needed for primary mental healthcare and pathology prevention. This supports an improved mental health capability leading to self-reliance, increasing wellness, and an abundant life.
A common method of explaining what makes and defines us as individuals is the application of the sociocultural perspective. This approach emphasizes the influence of the society that we live in while on our learning process. According to the sociocultural approach, cultural factors such as language, art, social norms and social structures can play a significant role in the development of our cognitive abilities.