intervention is merited now, why, and what's required?
Who referred this client, and why
self, family court, or someone else?
and extended family-system
and (c) client-adult awareness of these. This includes assessing for
and alliances between any extended-family members;
including the (a) degree (none >
minor > moderate > major) and (b) impact of family-members'
spiritual faith on their nurturance
level (none > little > moderate > high);
awareness of (a) family-nurturance factors,
and (b) historic and recent nuclear-family
(very low to very high)
(a) clarity and (b) agreement on,
and (c) usage of long-range
(a family mission or vision)
(a) significant co-parent
(b) adults' awareness of the wounds and their
and (c) any efforts to
Recent individual family-adult
, as judged by
their actions, not their words
Client-adult awareness of
(a) surface and primary
and (b) first-order and second-order systemic
and motivation to use
these awarenesses in daily affairs, and model and teach their kids about
10) Adult and family
problem-solving (a) knowledge,
- in general, and in conflicts;
(a) awareness of, and (b) ability to effectively resolve (a)
(a) Client-adult awareness of
(b) their family's recent
in adults and kids,
and (d) any efforts to free that up
(a) Past and
in co-parents' family trees,
(b) the status of each one (active, in pseudo recovery, or in true recovery), (c)
significant impacts on the family, and if appropriate, (d) the family adults'
knowledge of addiction and recovery basics
(a) awareness of and
(b) ability to
their primary relationship
15) (a) The status of
any child custody, visitation, and financial-support arrangements (verbal or
legal / effective or not / cooperative or conflictual). and (b) If there is a
increase or decrease the family's nurturance level?
(a) Cause/s and (b) status of past and current
legal actions among family members - e.g.
divorce settlements, custody battles, contested parenting agreements, and/or
orders of protection.
17) (a) Effectiveness of
(b) co-parents' motivations to use it, and (c) practical options to improve
knowledge of kids' developmental and
family-adjustment needs, and
status with them
Clarity, compatibility, and viability of
co-parents' and kids'
Nature and impact of any
special nuclear-family stressors, including child visitation, custody, and
The degree of
current co-parent, marital, household, and nuclear-family