Family Psychology its forms and Specialty

Family psychology is a broad and universal approach to psychology that employs a systemic epistemology as an alternative to many psychological orientations Individual focus.Family psychology is a broad term that recognizes that human behavior occurs within a contextual matrix of individual, interpersonal and environmental or macrosystemic elements. It is commonly mistaken with the practice of family therapy. Systemic thinking (the instillation of systemic notions and the use of a systemic paradigm to organize thoughts) and its application to clinical practice and research are all part of a systemic epistemology.