Clinical Tests - Children and Adolescents

  • The Family System Test (FAST) was developed at Stanford and the University of Zurich for use with both individuals and families. It is a figural technique, derived from clinical practice, for representing emotional bonds (cohesion) and hierarchical structures in the family or similar social systems. The FAST, which can be used quantitatively or qualitatively, is based on the structural-systemic t…

  • The FTT is a projective test that is based on 21 drawn cards of well-known fairy tale characters, for example, Little Red Riding Hood, Snow White, giant, witch, etc. In contrast to other thematic tests, the child is not required to tell a story or complete a story, but to answer directed questions about the characters and situations in the fairy tales. The child can then choose between three vari…