A genogram is a graphic depiction of a family structure that includes at least three generations. Its objective is to assist the system member (in this example, you) in seeing their context so that critical events and noticeable patterns may be recognized and documented (Kerr & Bowen, 1988). Murray Bowen created the genogram, which has subsequently been used by various family therapy techniques as well as disciplines outside of family therapy. Typically, a genogram offers a plethora of information. Because there are no restrictions on the sort of data that may be included, genograms can vary greatly.