Workshops and Webinars

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Learn from the team at Search Institute about how to strengthen developmental relationships in families and tackle other challenges. If you work with families in a school, organization, or community coalition, you can access these resources for your own development, or bring them to the families in your community.

Workshops for Professionals Serving Families

Schools, organizations, and networks that seek to engage, educate, and support families can build capacity to work with families by offering these workshops to their staff and volunteers:

  • Engaging the New American Family. This workshop is for youth-serving organizations that work with parents and other family members. Participants will be introduced to a research-based approach that builds on family strengths.

Workshops for Parents

Schools, organizations, and networks can offer the following Search Institute workshops for the parents they serve:

  • Discover Your Family’s Strengths. Participants will learn to identify and celebrate the relationship strengths in their families, and focus on intentional strategies for enhancing family relationships based on their own priorities.


Search Institute offers webinars for parents that relates to ParentFurther. Sign up to learn about future webinars.

Upcoming Webinars

Coming soon!

Ready-to-Access Webinars

Here are popular webinars we’ve offered in the past. You can listen to them on your own schedule at no cost.

Nurturing Strong Family Relationships During the Teenage Years, led by Dr. Gene Roehlkepartain & Dr. Jenna Sethi (November 19, 2014)

So What Did You Really Expect? Challenging Our Kids to Be Their Best, led by Dr. Gene Roehlkepartain (September 17, 2014)

Enriching Families’ Community Connections: A Two-Way Street, led by Dr. Gene Roehlkepartain & Dr. Hedy Walls (July 8, 2014)

Routines Don’t Have to Be Ruts: Meaningful Routines for Today's Complicated Families, led by Dr. Gene Roehlkepartain (May 14, 2014)

Strengths to Make It Through: How Families Can Grow Together through Everyday Challenges . . . and Big Stuff, led by Dr. Gene Roehlkepartain (March 19, 2014)