The Prepare-Enrich programme helps couples prepare for marriage, enrich their relationship, or review and improve their co-parenting by taking stock of their strengths and growth areas. Facilitators, once trained, can help couples develop skills which are key to any relationship and communicate better on important topics.
Anyone who wishes to help couples to improve their relationship can benefit from using these thoroughly researched and demonstrably effective inventories. Find out more.
We train facilitators who work with couples whether dating, engaged, married, or cohabiting to use the Prepare-Enrich programme. This provides structure and applies research findings distilled over years on great couple relationships.
If you are already trained as a couple facilitator you might want to check out latest resources, recent newsletters, or consider extending to parenting facilitation.
We draw together key aspects of the couple relationship and apply this to parenting, in a recently developed programme.
The inventory provides insights and opportunity for application with parents to help them work consistently together in applying effective relationship principles.
Prepare-Enrich can help you do just that!
It’s a good time now to look out for newly engaged couples and also for those couples that might have had a hard time over Christmas. Why not contact them now
We’ve just completed a great weekend at Lee Abbey using the Prepare-Enrich programme
Many of our facilitators in recent training have been interested in using Prepare/Enrich in groups. Our next course at Lee Abbey uses this format so here’s some pointers for you….
John Deagle met with the Hillsong couple facilitators in London on October 19th to look at sensitive issues that arise in couple work. The session used case studies to explore the principles to apply in these areas. Please contact us if your group might be interested in this type of workshop. Issues discussed included – […]
15 facilitators met in Edinburgh on Oct 1st, at our biennial gathering – hosted by Sally McElroy. We looked at the UK Marriage Scene, the new PE Parenting inventory and shared helpful tools for working with couples. Our next gathering will be in 2018.