“I needed something that was going to really challenge me, and a course which specifically examines family relationships is exactly what I was looking for.” she said.
The Genogram, a sophisticated family tree, helps to explore family relationships and to quickly identify various influences in a person’s family history. Using specific symbols these patterns clarify the nature of emotional and social relationships, living conditions, and recurring disorders such as alcoholism or depression. Used as a memoir-writing tool, a Genogram helps to place the really confronting issues into perspective.
The first of six 2-hr weekly workshops is on May 24, 2012 at 6.30pm at Newtown.
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