The Importance Of A Family Tree On The Patient 's Current State Of Mind

1899 Words Oct 17th, 2016 8 Pages
Family can be something different to each individual. Family can include, your friends, pets, aunts uncles, roommates but to me family is the people that are close to you and have been there to take care of you through the good and bad times that you have been through. Genogram is a graphic representation of a family tree that displays detailed data on relationships among individuals. It goes beyond a traditional family tree by allowing the user to analyze hereditary patterns and psychological factors that punctuate relationships. Genograms helps us understand various patterns in the patient 's family history which may have had an influence on the patient 's current state of mind.(

Sabino Vega and Emilia Maria Hernandez are my paternal grandparents. They got married in 1954. They had eleven children in total. Out of the eleven children that they had, four passed away. The seven that are still alive are Tomasa being the oldest one, then Marina, Lucia, Dagoberto whom is my dad, Felicita, Juan, and the youngest one is Teresa. Four of my dad’s siblings passed away, one of them passed away when he was eight years old, his name was Juan. The next one that passed away was Rosalia, she passed away when she was one years old. My grandma had twins and they both passed away, one after the other, the first one that passed away was Martina at three months and Virginia passed away when she was four months. Vacilio Lopez and Rosa Paz are my maternal…

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