This is an illustration of a genogram and a precious genogram for Issues for families 3,000 word reflective analysis. A genogram, also known as a Lapidus Schematic or a McGoldrick-Gerson analysis, is a graphical depiction of gene relationships. It's a diagram that portrays the complex psychological interactions that exist in a multigenerational family. They're chock-full of facts on the featured family. They contain basic information seen in family trees, such as each person's name, gender, birth date, and death date. Among the other data points are education, employment, major life events, chronic diseases, social habits, familial ties, emotional relationships, and social contacts. Some genograms also include information regarding hereditary issues such as alcoholism, depression, illnesses, alliances, and living situations. You may use EdrawMax to design your own Genogram.