FRI Scoring Forms are used when the FRI is administered to more than one person, to determine a Total FRI Score for each respondent, most and least esteemed family members, closest and most distant relationships within the family. One Scoring Form is used per family.
About the FRI
The Family Relationship Inventory (FRI) is designed for a child, adolescent, adult, and family counseling. It is easy to administer, easy to score, a non-threatening method of evaluating family relationships. The FRI clarifies individual feelings and interpersonal relationships. Used as a counseling tool, the FRI can initiate discussion and change, and help individuals, couples, families, parents, and children understand how each person functions within the family unit and is affected by other family members. The FRI is especially valuable when working with parents and children. The game-like format makes it useful for younger family members, as well as with teenagers and adults.