Follow-up Interview to FAST Representations

The exploration of the typical representation includes
the following four questions:
 
Does this representation show a specific situation? If so, which one?
How long have the relations been the way that you have shown them here?
How are the relations here different from the way they used to be?
What is the reason that the relations have become the way you show them here?

The exploration of the ideal representation includes
the following five questions:

 

Does this representation show a situation that has occurred at some point? If yes, what was the situation? (If the answer is no, omit the next two questions)

How often does this situation occur and how long does it last when it does occur?
When did this situation first occur and when was the last time it happened?
What would have to happen (outside event, change in behavior, etc.) to make typical relations correspond to how you wish they were ideally?
How important would this be for you and the other family members?
The exploration of the conflict representation includes
the following six questions:
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Who is involved in this conflict?
What is this conflict about?
How often does this conflict occur and how long does it last each time it does occur?
When did this situation first occur and when was the last time it happened?
How important is this conflict for you and the other family members?
What roles do the different family members have in solving this conflict?

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