Normally, the paradigm used to study user experience is based on the hypothetic-deductive method but this paradigm can present disadvantages like low results reliability or difficulties to carry out field studies. In this article, a method based on the Socratic paradigm is suggested for analyzing the user-product psychological relationship. Nowadays the Socratic paradigm is only used in some post-modern psychology schools, which applies Socratic techniques for psychological exploration and treatment. Based on this principle an expert-to-expert conversation is established between psychologist and patient. The user can be an expert in the usage of a product whilst the interviewer is an expert in UX studies. Thus, much more reliable information of the user-product relationship can be obtained. Applying this paradigm as a constructive and systematic event allows for increasing the reliability in qualitative user experience studies.