Wonder. Explore. Discover.
Have you ever asked yourself ...
- How have I become who I am?
- What did my ancestors think, feel, or worry about?
- Where did my family come from and how does it shape me?
- What are my family's secrets? Why were they kept?
- Who in my past am I most alike?
- How did historical events shape the personalities of my forbearers?
- Where can I learn about my family stories from historical documents? Where can I find those documents?
- What will I teach my children about our roots?
I certainly have!
As a professional psychologist I am interested in other peoples' stories. As an amateur genealogist I am interested in my own. I hope The Psychogenealogist will inspire you to learn about and tell your own family story. I draw heavily on my own genealogical story as a guide.
Check out The Psychogenealogist Blog for more!
If you are interested in my clinical services please check out my professional website.
- Nov 11, 2016 The Election of 1916
- Nov 13, 2016 Blind Cornelius Kelly and the Beauty of Gaelic Prayer
- Nov 16, 2016 5 Easy Ways to Celebrate Your Family History on Holidays
- Nov 20, 2016 Genealogy Case Study: Maria Tsardoulia and Her Travel Records
- Dec 2, 2016 Genealogy, DNA, and the Discovery of Wilfred Miles
- Dec 16, 2016 Greek Couple Weds in Waterloo - 1919
- Dec 30, 2016 Photo: The Mystery Monkey of Manistique
- January 2017
- February 2017
- Mar 3, 2017 The Psychogenealogist Pic of the Week (#9)
- Mar 10, 2017 The Psychogenealogist Pic of the Week (#10)
- Mar 17, 2017 The Psychogenealogist Pic of the Week (#11)
- Mar 18, 2017 How to Use Facebook to Boost Your Genealogy Research: A Case Study
- Mar 22, 2017 An Interview With Polish Genealogy Expert Ceil Wendt Jensen
- Mar 24, 2017 The Psychogenealogist Pic of the Week (#12)
- Mar 31, 2017 The Psychogenealogist Pic of the Week (#13)
- April 2017