According to other psychological approaches, it can refer to human subjectivity, identity, processes of internalization of culture, sense of self, constitution of personality, among others. There is also the possibility of approaching specificities of life cycle phases, such as childhood, adolescence, adulthood and senility.

Social support: concerning relationships of solidarity and trust between groups and people, contact with friends and relatives, forms of social participation and establishment of links. They contribute to health care. E.g.: participate in religious groups; neighborhood association; share experiences; trust in neighbors, etc. (Garbois et al., 2017; Barros & Lourenço, 2006; Cecílio, 2009)

Elements of Mental State: regarding aspects that constitute the human being, being affected by external and internal agents, such as genetics, interpersonal relationships and environmental conditions. They need to be evaluated for better linkage, communication, diagnosis and treatment. Related to the appearance, behavior, thoughts and feelings of people, and may indicate or not, changes at different levels and/or mental disorders. Among them are: consciousness, memory, clothing, posture, orientation, humor, affection, language, intelligence, thought, volition, critical judgment, sense-perception, etc. (Andreasen & Black, 2008)

Conflicts, losses, separations, situations of stress, death, mourning: Several experiences of situations triggering conflicts and mobilize affections, with repercussions in life of the individuals and their health, such as job losses, divorce, changes, fights and about death and dying, situations of lossing loved ones, serious diagnosis, terminal illnesses, sudden deaths and the grieving process experienced.