Here shows Pranz Fegidero's family relationship diagram form.
Various groups of individuals are currently using genograms in a range of sectors, including medical, psychiatry, social work, genetic research, education, and youth work, to mention a few. For personal records and/or to explain family dynamics to their clients, most social work practitioners in personal and family therapy utilize genograms with sociograms.
A genogram is a picture of a person’s family relationships and history. It goes beyond a traditional family tree allowing the creators to visualize patterns and psychological factors that affect relationships. This new system visualized the client in the context of other relatives including parents, grandparents, spouses, siblings, children, nephews, and nieces.