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- McGoldrick, Monica
- Genograms: Assessment and Intervention (Third Edition)
- Genograms: Assessment and Intervention
A genogram is a visual map of a family where relationships, medical history, socioeconomic status, ethnicity, and many other variables can be represented using symbols, colors, or lines. Genograms are constructed using standardized guidelines that enable a clinician or client to accurately portray complex familial structures, relationships, and patterns in a language that can be understood by many. Genograms are also flexible in that they allow for unique and uncommon variables to be represented visually when presented alongside a key indicating the designations.
A genogram is a visual family mapping tool. Genograms illustrate family relationships to show parentage and birth order across the generations, similar to a family tree. Genograms, however, go beyond this type of surface-level information included in a family tree, to capture in-depth details about family functioning and processes. Genograms are an important assessment and intervention tool in social work practice that allow client and clinician to explore family relationship dynamics. The genogram is a complex tool capturing a wide range of family information, including family conflicts, health and mental health histories, communication patterns, and the evolution of relationships. From a social work perspective, individuals are embedded within many different systems that impact their lives, and the genogram emphasizes this systems theoretical perspective with a focus on the family.
Genograms: Assessment and Intervention (Third Edition)
Genograms: Assessment and Intervention by Monica McGoldrick, Randy Gerson and Sylvia Shellenberger is an excellent resource for students and professionals seeking to understand the standard methods involved in creating, interpreting, and applying the genogram. First published under the name Genograms in Family Assessment in , the book was updated and republished in to include new developments in the field, and to better illustrate the diverse family forms and patterns emerging in society. Widely used by both family therapists and family physicians, the genogram is a graphic way of organizing the mass of information gathered during a family assessment and finding patterns in the family system. This popular text, now updated and expanded, provides a standard method for constructing a genogram. Once the principles of family systems theory and systemic interviewing have been thoroughly explained and illustrated by genograms, the authors go on to present clinical applications in both family therapy and family medicine and to explore new frontiers of research, particularly the use of computer-generated genograms.
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Genograms. Assessment and Intervention. Other Norton books by Monica McGoldrick. Third Edition. Living Beyond Loss: Death in the Family, 2nd Edition.
Genograms: Assessment and Intervention
Add to cart. Norton, 3rd editon, explains how to draw and understand genograms. These families illustrate couple patterns, intergenerational relationships, siblings, secrets, and loss. Genograms have become widely used in medicine, counseling, psychology, social work, and the other health fields. The symbols and format are evolving as genogram software develops.
A genogram also known as a McGoldrick—Gerson study ,  a Lapidus schematic  or a family diagram  is a pictorial display of a person's family relationships and medical history. It goes beyond a traditional family tree by allowing the user to visualize hereditary patterns and psychological factors that punctuate relationships. Murray Bowen invented the concept of the genogram as part of his family systems model in the s. Genograms are now used by various groups of people in a variety of fields such as medicine , psychiatry , psychology , social work , genetic research, education , and many more.
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