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What seems to worsen your problems? What have you tried that has been helpful? How satisﬁed are you with your life as a whole these days? Not satisﬁed 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Very satisﬁed How would you rate your overall level of tension during the past month? Relaxed 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Tense Expectations Regarding Therapy In a few words, what do you think therapy is all about? How long do you think your therapy should last? What personal qualities do you think the ideal therapist should possess? Modality Analysis of Current Problems The following section is designed to help you describe your current problems in greater detail and to identify problems that might otherwise go unnoticed.
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If yes, when and where? Have you ever attempted suicide? Does any member of your family suffer from an “emotional” or “mental” disorder? Has any relative attempted or committed suicide? Personal and Social History Father: Name: Age: Occupation: Health: If deceased, give his age at time of death: How old were you at the time? Cause of death: Mother: Name: Age: Occupation: Health: If deceased, give her age at time of death: How old were you at the time? Cause of death: Siblings: Age(s) of brother(s): Age(s) of sister(s): Any signiﬁcant details about siblings: If you were not brought up by your parents, who raised you and between what years?