• Create a genogram for your family of origin including three generations(your s

• Create a genogram for your family of origin including three generations(your s

• Create a genogram for your family of origin including three generations(your siblings, parents, parent’s siblings, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, etc.).
• Include family dynamics, communication styles, mental/physical health, boundaries and family patterns and include a master key to the genogram. Birth dates, or ages, help provide context, so please provide as much detail as you can. You can use pseudonyms or initials in place of names, both in the paper and on the genogram, to protect your family’s privacy.The genogram is drawn by hand, photographed, and submitted in addition to your three-page summary.
• Include a three-page summary of the genogram you created by describing the roles and patterns that emerge in it, using concepts from the systems theories that are discussed in the previous week’s Learning Resources (relationship dynamics, boundaries, communication styles, mental/physical health etc.).
• Considering the observations and insights you’ve identified in your assessment of your family system, explain how genograms may be useful in couples and family counseling.
• Reflecting on what you’ve learned from this assignment, briefly explain how your understanding of your own family genogram might impact your work as a professional counselor.
• Your final document will be in APA 7 standard format for student papers (See Section 2.2 of the APA 7 manual) and will include a title page, your 3–4-page summary and analysis of your genogram, the genogram itself, and a reference page.

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