This is an instance of a family genogram. Medicine, psychiatry, social work, genealogy, genetic research, and education all make use of genograms. They are chock-full of information on the family depicted. They contain fundamental data present in family trees, such as each individual's name, gender, date of birth, and date of death, and they employ unique symbols to describe relationships, key events, and family dynamics through numerous generations. Conventional family trees may display names and relationships next to images or within forms; nevertheless, these sorts of family trees are sometimes deficient in information. All of these questions can be answered by applying a Genogram. Browse through EdrawMax.and make your own Genogram by combining several templates.