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How to Do a Genogram to Support Understanding your Family Dynamics

Genograms are a visual tool used to map family relationships and dynamics over multiple generations. They are used to identify patterns in behavior and familial relationships, as well as to identify family strengths and weaknesses. They are often used to assess the risk of certain health-related issues and to identify areas of concern that may need further exploration. In addition, they can be used to explore family dynamics, identify family strengths, and even provide guidance in making decisions.

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