I continued developing new questions and question structures for the beginning of the interview.
With this initial section, I am trying to contextualize what treatments are being performed, where, how often, to what degree.
I realized -after feedback with faculty members- that the idea of inquiring about difficult treatment study cases, may sound too rigid or violent for the interviewees. And therefore I decided to structure the questions by treatment topic.
Instead of asking, "what would you do if a client brings you an object with this problem?", asking "what is your opinion about this treatment? Do you think it can/should be performed? when, why? This approach gives more space for conversation and can be better understood.