PSY220 – Multicultural Psychology Overview:A genogram is a picture of a person’s family relationships and history. It goes beyond a traditionalfamily tree allowing the creators to visualize patterns and psychological factors that affectrelationships.A genogram is a useful tool for helping us to understand the key people and relationships in a client’slife. It can also help us to see patterns within those relationships and generational patterns that areaffecting our clients. These include immigration patterns and experiences, refugee status, languageand cultural barrier experiences, health status, gender identity, and more. Because of the pictorialnature of a genogram, it easily shows issues and concerns in a non-threatening manner.Instructions:For this assignment, you will:• Create a genogram of a family that focuses on multicultural issues three generations back.• You have several options of a genogram to create.o 1)You may construct a genogram of your own family. Each of you has a unique familyhistory and we completely understand this- including guardians, foster parents, etc. You arenot required to include information that you are uncomfortable sharing or are unable toobtain.o 2) If you prefer not to create a genogram of your family, you are welcome to create agenogram of a celebrity or a “made up” family.• Create a PowerPoint presentation.o Include the genogram and explain the family history. Include concepts or theoriesusedin your text and scholarly, peer-reviewed articles.o Additional information to include: Immigration and reasons behind immigration. Refugee situations and reason behind seeking refuge. Language and cultural barriers encountered by ancestors or self. Gender identity or role dissonance encountered in a new culture. Spiritual or religious dissonance encountered in a new culture.• Historical research should also be utilized to expand your understanding of yourfamily’smulticultural experience.o Historical research examines the meaning of past events in an attempt to interpret thefacts and explain the cause of events, and their effect on the present events. In doingPSY220 – Multicultural PsychologyGenogram Presentationso, researchers rely heavily on primary historical data (direct accounts of events,archival data – official documents, personal records, and records of eyewitnesses)andless frequently on secondary historical data (information from persons who didn’twitness the event; e.g. textbooks, newspapers, encyclopedias).• There is not a set number of slides required for this assignment. However, it is important tostill meet all of the grading rubric requirements (i.e. including scholarly sources to support youravailable family information, key multicultural psychology terms from this course etc).Requirements:• Use appropriate APA placement and style for in-text citations.• Complete your work in PowerPoint or another slide application.• Use at least three (3) scholarly resources (can be related to key concepts and theories as wellas historical research).Be sure to read the criteria by which your work will be evaluated before you write and againafter you write.