Organon §208

In order to discover what things in the patient’s life might tend to increase his malady, or to what extent they could favor or hinder his treatment, the physician should take into consideration the patient’s:
1. age,
2. lifestyle and diet,
3. occupations,
4. domestic situation,
5. civic relations, etc.
In the same way, his mode of thought and emotions should be considered to determine whether it hinders treatment, and to determine whether it should be psychologically guided, fostered or modified.