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The Miracle and Tragedy of the Dionne uintuplets jThey delivered before I was expecting Very nice book Lovely Not a super usual book Course reuirement but will suggest to not use it again I love Monica McGoldrick She is easy to read thorough and answersust about any uestions you may have about your genogram with samples and illustrations Plenty illustrations I recommend this book for the beginning researcher Have fun As expected Monica McGoldrick is
The Mother Of The Genogram And Every New Book She Mother of the Genogram and every new book she stories that show us the humor tragedy pain oy and dysfunction of families I always recommend her books to my students and colleagues as well as Clients He explanations help me apply her insights as well as want to read every story about famous citizens from the past and present to make her case with riveting case studies I love this book very much and I have almost every book by this author but why did I give it only four stars First The godmother of genograms revises her revelatory work that explores how to reconnect with your past and invent a new future This notable work poignantly explains how a tool of family history―gathering the genogram or a basic family tree―can help us to better understand and mend family relationships and dynamics Here fully updated for the first time Mo. mend family
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FREE READ The Genogram Journey: Reconnecting with Your FamilyEt me talk about the positive things The structure of the book remains mostly the same as the original edition You Can Go Home Again published 15 years ago with an addition chapter on how to coach clients to do family of
origin tasks in counseling It also adds and updates several genograms ie family trees of the celebritiestasks in counseling It also adds and updates several genograms ie family trees of the celebrities Barack Obama and incorporates recent demographical changes of diverse family forms into the book The author tells stories of each family and uses genogram as a tool to analyze complex family patterns within the social cultural historical and political context She does an excellent ob at this I think this book is very suitable for family therapy students and clinicians and also for anyone who d like to learn about oneself by examining hisher multigenerational family dynamics The contents are1 Reconnecting with Your Family Why Go Home Again2 Family Trees The Past As Pro. Nica McGoldrick's book elaborates on the ways in which genograms can reveal a family's history of estrangement alliance divorce or suicide exposing intergenerational patterns that provethan coincidental Weaving together photographs and genograms of famous families―including the Kennedys the Freuds and the Fondas―she sheds light on a range of complex is. Logue3 Family Stories Myths Secrets4 Family Ties and Death and Other Losses6 Where Do We
Come From Parents Children7 Brothers and Sisters8 Couple Relationships9 CultureFrom Parents and Children7 Brothers and Sisters8 Couple Relationships9 Culture Ethnicity Class Religion and Historical Period with Tracey Laszloffy10 Reconnecting11 Coaching Clients on Work with Their FamiliesNow it s the negative part One big problem I have to complain is neither about the content nor the author but about the typeface of the book The size of the typeface is so small that I can hardly read It s only about 12 size of average readable typeface in other books I don t know why the publishers made this awful decision to reduce the typeface size I understand that they want to save money and the trees but it shouldn t be done at the expense of readers health of eyesight This one weakness makes reading this book very painful for me I hope this problem can be fixed in later revision. Sues such as birth order and sibling rivalry family myths and secrets cultural differences couple relationships and the pivotal role of loss In this important work readers learn to mine previously untapped information about their own family patterns leading to a reconnection to home and a deeper sense of identity Originally published as You Can Go Home Aga.