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(p. 384) Using Genograms in Assessment and Therapy 

(p. 384) Using Genograms in Assessment and Therapy
(p. 384) Using Genograms in Assessment and Therapy

Sueli S. Petry

and Monica McGoldrick

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date: 16 May 2021

Chapter 80 discusses the use of genograms in assessment and therapy, and considers the family information net, dealing with a family's resistance to developing a genogram, ethnic and cultural history, difficult questions about individual functioning, setting priorities for organizing genogram information, mapping the genograms of those who grow up in multiple settings, and play genograms for individual child and family therapy.

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