Discovering Your Family’s Strengths: A ParentFurther Webinar Series from Search Institute

This is a five-part webinar series that examines the practical implications of Search Institute’s framework of Family Assets, or family strengths, based on the American Family Assets Study.

Strengths to Make It Through: How Families Can Grow Together through Everyday Challenges . . . and Big Stuff



Every family faces challenges, large and small. A key strength in families is to find healthy ways to adapt to challenge and change—and even grow through difficult times. Drawing insights from the American Family Assets Study, this webinar will explore strengths in families that help navigate the ups and downs of life, highlighting family practices that can make a difference. By participating in this webinar, you will learn:

  • The power of cultivating strengths to help your family when facing change and challenges, including insightful research on resilience factors in families dealing with high stress.
  • Everyday family practices that you can cultivate that will help you grow together—rather than grow apart—in the midst of the difficulties.
  • Concrete strategies that people who work with families can use to help them tap their strengths to help them through tough times.
Routines Don’t Have to Be Ruts

Routines Don’t Have to Be Ruts: Meaningful Routines for Today’s Complicated Families


Please join us on May 14, 2014 at 12 PM CDT for our next webinar in the Family Strengths Webinar Series, Routines Don’t Have to Be Ruts: Meaningful Routines for Today’s Complicated Families.

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About the Expert

Eugene C. Roehlkepartain is Vice President of Research and Development at Search Institute, a Minneapolis-based nonprofit organization, where he has worked for more than 20 years. Author or editor of more than 30 books and reports, Roehlkepartain is widely recognized as an expert in child, youth, and family development in community contexts. He holds a doctorate in Education, Curriculum, and Instruction, with a specialization in Family, Youth, and Community from the University of Minnesota.