WHAT IS FAMILY ENRICHMENT?
Families often struggle with overcoming the obstacles to foundational relationships. Husbands and wives, parents and children, siblings, and immediate family and extended family alike encounter seemingly insurmountable challenges.
Our program employs the case study methodology, commonly found in business and law school classrooms, to examine scenarios relevant to family life. We analyze the complex and sometimes daunting situations faced by families to better understand their causes and identify their resolution. While the case studies are instructive, the experience and wisdom from the parents participating prove invaluable. Guided by an experienced moderator, who is also a parent, couples strengthen their unity and renew their commitment to one another and their families.
The case study method offers practical skills for handling the pressing circumstances that arise each day. Each course has between 5 and 6 cases.
The case study method teaches you to:
Family Enrichment is designed so you can apply this method to any situation at home, work, etc. It helps you sustain focus and make accomplishments with the things that matter most — your marriage, your family, and your relationships with other people.
Pioneers of Family Enrichment in Eastern Europe
Words of Pope Francis are in Spanish but the rest is in English.
Applying the method
For the success of the method, following these steps is essential.
1. Individual Study: each spouse reads the technical note and case.
2. Couple discussion: both spouses discuss the case.
3. Team Meeting: 4-5 couples discuss the case.
4. General Meeting: All groups meet in a general session with a moderator that directs the discussion.
Objectives of Family Enrichment
- Develop problem solving habits
- Strengthen marriages
- Become better parents
- Build new friendships
Strengthening families around the world
John Keefe helps moderate a series of courses called Family Enrichment, assisting parents to form happy families and couples of all ages to strengthen their marriages. Read Article