Explain the connecting lines you identified in relationships between family members (i.e. conflictual, close, enmeshed) Who had/has the power in the family?
For this assignment, you will need to read the Case Study (also listed below) and review the Constructing the Genogram power point for the Genogram Key Symbols. After reading the case study, you will follow the instructions in A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words: Exploring the Use of Genograms in Social Work Practice to draw a genogram using Microsoft Word. Please be sure to map out all family relationships you are able to identify from the given information, including names, ages and quality of relationship/relationship patterns. After completing the genogram, you will also be expected to include a 2-3 page narrative to address the questions listed below. Be sure to use proper APA format (12 point Times New Roman, double-spaced, one-inch margins) and must include references to your textbook where necessary:
· Explain the connecting lines you identified in relationships between family members (i.e. conflictual, close, enmeshed)
· Who had/has the power in the family?
· What patterns or themes do you see in the family? How is the communication among members?
· What are the values this family upholds?
· How do the family members cope with stress (i.e., become anxious, get angry, drink, are calm and handle it well, etc.)?
· How will this information be important to you as your work with clients? What challenges do you think you will have?
· After examining behavior patterns and family relationships, what other information would you want to gather from this family?
· How would you apply Cognitive Behavioral Therapy when working with this family?
HSV364—Human Behavior in Society
Genogram Assignment: Case Study
Marshall, a 32 year old Caucasian male, and Cynthia, a 30 year old Hispanic woman, have been together for over 13 years and married for 9 years. Marshall and Cynthia have three children together: Sylvia, age 11, Jonathan, age 7 and Torrence, age 5. The two met as children as they lived in the same neighborhood. Marshall is an only child and his parents, Judith (age 61) and Randy (age 66) are still married, living in his childhood home. Marshall has a half-brother, Stephen (age 35), the only child from Randy’s previous marriage (name and age of previous partner unknown). Stephen spent weekends with the family until he moved in full time to have a shorter commute to the local community college. After graduation, Stephen moved out of state to begin his career. Judith and Randy allowed Marshall much freedom as a child and often took weekend trips away from home during Marshall’s teenage years, leaving Stephen in charge. Marshall also often spent time at his maternal grandparents’ (Vivian and George, both deceased) home during the summer to visit with his extended family.
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