This is an example of a family genogram. A genogram, also known as a a McGoldrick-Gerson analysis, is a graphical representation of how genes interact with one another. It's a diagram that depicts the complicated psychological interactions that occur in a multigenerational family.They include fundamental information seen in family trees, such as each person's name, gender, birth date, and death date. Education, job, key life events, chronic diseases, social habits, familial ties, emotional relationships, and social contacts are among the other data points. Some genograms also incorporate information about inherited concerns including alcoholism, depression, diseases, alliances, and living circumstances. You may create your own Genogram with EdrawMax. Have a try!