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Think of the last time your family had an argument. Describe what I would have seen if I'd been there. Is this typical?
Process focused.
How do you let (person) know when you are angry with (person)? How does (person) react?
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How do you let (person) know when you are happy with (person)? How does (person) react?
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What do you do when (person) gets angry? How do you feel? What thoughts go through your head?
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Do you ever try to talk problems over calmly? If so, what happens? How are the times you resolve things peacefully different than the times you argue?
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How often do you find yourself yelling at your child? When are you most likely to yell? What is the effect?
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I'd like to get a feel for what your day to day family life is like. Could you describe for me a typical day? Start from the bedtime routine, and tell me about the kinds of things you do, whose involved, etc.
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What would you like to change about the way you and (person) get along? What is it about the way (person) acts that makes you say that?
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What is it about that behavior that particularly bothers you?
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What things about yourself could you change to help improve the way you get along with (person)?
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How do arguments in the family end?
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What would the ideal family be like for you? How is your family like and not like this? What specific things about your family make you say that?
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What is it about (person)'s behavior that makes you say (person) is (trait/label)?
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If you wanted to get (person) to change something about his/her behavior, how would you go about it? How do you think he/she would react? How would you feel/think about that?
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How can you keep from getting into arguments? What happens when you do that?
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(to parents) How often do you agree on decisions involving your child? How do you handle disagreements? How does this influence how each of you gets along with your child?
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(to adolescent) Which of your parents do you get along with better? What are the differences between your Mom and Dad that make you say that? Who is stricter? Who is more lenient?
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When you really want something (privilege, favor, money) from your parents, how do you try to get it?
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Do you have any family rules or routines? What are they? Do people stick to them? If not, what happens? Do you see this as a problem?
process focused