Historical perspectives of psychopathology have adopted many different viewpoints about how to define what is pathological and the etiologies of various psychopathologies

Part 1 Historical perspectives of psychopathology have adopted many different viewpoints about how to define what is pathological and the etiologies of various psychopathologies. Today, clinicians are gaining a much better understanding of the influencing factors of traumatic stress and culture as it relates to the development of psychological disorders. In this discussion, you will explore the biopsychosocial perspective of psychopathology, specifically addressing the following: •You may utilize any recently (within the last 8 years) published eBook or journal articles with the key terms psychotherapy and/or psychopharmacology to complete discussion question Why is it important for clinicians to consider biological, psychological, and social contributing factors when assessing for psychopathology? How do you feel a client’s experiences of traumatic stress fit into the biopsychosocial perspective? How do you feel a client’s cultural experiences and identity fit into the biopsychosocial perspective? Support your points with current, peer-reviewed scholarly sources and course readings.

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