Map Your Own Family Genogram

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You now have the chance to create your own genogram. You can use the drawing tools in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, or Visio. Or, if you prefer, you can draw your genogram by hand or use a program designed to create genograms. Be sure to go back at least three generations. Include key significant issues or events (for example, divorces, depression, alcoholism, conflicts, education, careers, family dynamics/interactions, pride/shame issues).

With your submission of your genogram, include your responses to the following questions:

  • Do you see any family patterns such as medical issues, communication problems, divorces, teenage births?
  • What did you learn about yourself and your identity? How might this influence your work as a counselor?
  • How was conformity to your family's norms rewarded? How was nonconformity punished?
  • What was your family's/culture's criteria for a successful woman? A successful man?
  • At this time, how would you describe the ideal male/female?
  • What aspects of your culture of origin do you have the most comfort "owning" and the most difficulty "owning"?
  • What aspects of your culture of origin's view of gender do you have the most comfort owning and the most difficulty owning?
  • What groups do you think you will have the most and least difficulty working with?

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Dr val
School: UC Berkeley

Hey, please find the assignments attached, let me know if you need any edits or have any inquiries

Running head: GENOGRAM

Name
Institutional Affiliation
Date

GENOGRAM

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Genogram

There are a couple of patterns that are distinct in my family tree from both sets of the
parents. There are medical issues that keep reoccurring and behavioral patterns that are passed on
from one generation to the next. To point out a few from my mother’s side of the family, there
were few cases of alcoholism and depression in the previous generation which have been passed
down to the current generation. From my father’s side of the family, there has been a medical
condition that is being passed on from generation to generation; a case of sickle-cell anemia.
There are al...

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