This is an example of a genogram. Medicine, social work, genealogy, and education all make use of genograms. They're jam-packed with information on the featured family. They provide basic information similar to that found in family trees, such as each individual's name, gender, birth date, and death date. Additional data in a family tree includes education, career, key life events, chronic illnesses, social behaviors, kind of familial relationships, emotional bonds, and social contacts. Some genograms also incorporate information about inherited concerns including alcoholism, depression, diseases, alliances, and living circumstances. EdrawMax allows you to create your own Genogram from a variety of templates.