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Genograms can help:

- Combine biomedical and psychosocial information and are an excellent database for future reference
- Emphasise the clinician's interest in the context of their patient's lives
- Produce unexpected stories
- Find trans-generational patterns of disease and problem behaviours
- and more...

Please see below a video training resources hosted by Dr Venetia Young & Jane Hazel HV which explain how you can create/use Genograms and highlights some case study examples. A link to a Powerpoint presentation 'The use of Genograms to work safely with child focused cases' is also available by Selecting Here|.



Case Study 1


Case Study 2


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