Prepare/Enrich Facilitator Training – October 8th, 2021


Prepare/Enrich is a comprehensive assessment tool for working with premarital or married couples that can be specifically tailored for use with Christian couples. It can be used by trained therapists, pastors or lay leaders to assess and improve key relationship areas.

This online workshop will provide you with the training you need to use this tool effectively and will certify you as a Prepare/Enrich facilitator.


Direct questions about this program to Dr. Tracy Jones at

Dr. Tracy Jones, Ed.D, LPC, LMHC

Dr. Tracy Jones, Clinical Care Coordinator and Clinician at CrossPoint Clinical Services

Friday, October 8th, 2021 

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

The cost is $199.99 and $90.00 for accompanying spouse.

This training is designed to teach you how to administer and utilize the Prepare/Enrich assessment to provide feedback exploring both strength and growth areas with a couple using exercises designed to address these areas.

As a certified facilitator, you will have the ability to administer the assessment and will have full access to a wide range of materials for use in assisting couples and improving the health of relationships.

Cost for this full day of training is $199.99. If the spouse of a full-price attendee wants to join, the rate for attendance is $90. This second person will receive the full training, but will share the training materials with their spouse and will not receive a facilitator ID.

  • P/E facilitators are passionate about empowering couples at every stage of their relationship
  • Facilitators educate and invest in couples to take the fear out of relationship counseling
  • Facilitators come from all corners of the world to reach every type of couple, no matter their situation


A Zoom link will be sent to you after you register

The three key steps of Prepare/Enrich Facilitation

1. Preparation 

Customized report results enable you to guide pre-marital couples into relevant conversations about their strength areas, growth areas, and potential blind spots.

2. Enrichment

Keep the flame that initially ignited the relationship burning strong by giving couples the opportunity to discover themselves and their relationship in new ways.

3. Restoration

Most if not all relationships go through hard times. Gain insights to understand “the why” behind what is going on to bring healing and restoration.

In this video, clergy, counselors, and couples explore the impact Prepare/Enrich has had on their organization, business, and relationship.