Contrary to what dominant approaches in psychology assume, there is a dimension to human behaviour and experience that may not be objectively measurable. Favouring a ‘pure’ objectivist epistemology quite often leads to dismissing the importance of individuals’ subjectivities. Thus, the need for an interactionist, or indeed a psychosocial approach has never been more relevant, especially in the process of bridging the divide between current theoretical perspectives in Psychology. This divide is rooted in Western tradition of thought which treats reality as essentially separated from the individual. Consequently this is reflected in the way in which science, technology, art and human work are ‘fragmented’ into specialties, with each of these specialties being treated as independent from each other.