The genogram should go back at least two generations and include all first-order relatives to provide a clear picture of the family as possible. Several items should be specifically noted on the genogram. Moneda Family Genogram shows multiple generations of the Moneda family, starting from grandparents (paternal and maternal), uncles (from both sides), aunts (from both sides), mother/father, sister, and Moneda. As the family genogram diagram below suggests, the male is noted by a square and the female by a circle. A family is shown by a horizontal line connecting the two. The children are placed below the family line from the oldest to the youngest, left to right.