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Context and Connection: Genograms Transform Life's Narratives with Monica McGoldrick - Postcard (PDF) - Registration Form (PDF)

2021 Community Behavioral Health Workshop

Monica McGoldrick
October 14, 2021 • 9 AM - 4 PM ****Postponed
Quad City Botanical Center

Monica McGoldrick is Director of the Multicultural Family Institute in Highland
Park, NJ and on the Psychiatric Faculty at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical
School. She has a BA from Brown University, an MA in Russian Studies from Yale
University, and an MSW and an Honorary Doctorate from Smith College. A fourth
generation Irish American, married to a Greek immigrant, her closest emotional
connection while growing up was to her African American caretaker, Margaret
Bush. Knowing little about her roots while growing up, Dr, McGoldrick through her
family therapy work came to believe deeply in the importance of connections to
family and cultural history. She is internationally known for her writings and
teachings on topics including culture, class, gender, the family life cycle, loss,
family patterns (genograms), remarried families, and sibling relationships. Her
books include-Ethnicity and Family Therapy, 3rd ed; Genograms: Assessment and
Intervention, 3rd ed; and The Genogram Journey and Reconnecting with Your Family.

6 CEUs for LMFTs, LCPCs, LCSWs • Lunch included