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Prepare-Enrich: Relationship counselling tools for professionals

The Prepare-Enrich program provides relationship assessment tools for counsellors, psychologists, social workers and clergy.

These tools include questionnaires or compatibility tests (we call them assessment inventories) that help professionals counsel couples at any stage of commitment.

Super Marriagio Couple: Facilitators Deluxe Edition

The best way to prepare and enrich a relationship

Prepare-Enrich is the leading relationship assessment tool. Developed through decades of scientific research, the program equips our facilitators — professionals trained in the Prepare-Enrich program — with a number of tools to diagnose issues in a relationship. They equip couples with the skills to listen, communicate, and address those issues. These tools automatically tailor the content to fit each couples current stage in their relationship and their family structure.

If you’re interested in becoming a facilitator, learn more here.

Our premarital and marital counselling tools are:

  • Quick and easy to use
  • Efficient to administer and interpret
  • Helpful at focusing the conversation with couples
  • Valuable and accurate for getting to the core of a couple’s issues
  • Offered in 7 languages:
    English, French, Spanish, Korean, German, Chinese, Romanian


NEW: Health and Wellness Scale

In response to the growing public awareness about healthy living and wellness, we are excited to announce the new “Health and Wellness” scale, which has been added to the Prepare-Enrich assessment.

This new scale is available to all couples regardless of age or relationship status (dating, married or engaged) and has been automatically added to each assessment.

Example questions included in the scale:

I feel confident that we will have a long and healthy life together. [+]

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