Genogram Symbol Sheet Worksheet

On this page, we will provide you with a Genogram Symbol Sheet Worksheet.  It will help you develop a basic understanding of a genogram and create your own.

What is a Genogram Symbol Sheet Worksheet? 

Often we get to see various behavioral patterns or certain complications associated with a family. A genogram is a pictorial display of a person’s family relationships which will help to track illnesses running through families. It will also allow the user to view multiple relationship dynamics, review developmental influence, and identify trends. 

How will a Genogram Symbol Sheet Worksheet help? 

A genogram is a multi-generational diagram of a person’s family and social network. It is a structure similar to a family tree, but serves a very different purpose. Using a combination of special rules and symbols, you will be able to include information about several generations. It is a multidimensional approach that utilizes emotional behaviour, lifespan, and other behaviours. It analyzes hereditary patterns and psychological factors that punctuate relationships.

Instructions on how to Genogram Symbol Sheet Worksheet

Whenever you feel the presence of an established pattern, or a certain behaviour that is repetitive, you can pen it down using the genogram info worksheet. Defining the behaviour using special rules and symbols will allow you to get a clear picture of the pattern being followed within the family. Since the genogram takes successive generations into account, you can identify the existence of a new or an old pattern/trend within the family.

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On this page, we provided you with a Genogram Symbol Sheet Worksheet, which hopefully helped you develop a basic understanding of a genogram and create your own.

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