The effects of father involvement are well documented to support a positive influence on social interactions, behavioural and academic outcomes (Allen et al). Do you know a Father who wants to help their child or children’s social skills, grades and health?
If so, Building Better Fathers is a workshop where fathers come together as mates and look at what it means to face, and successfully challenge the many issues that come up for them.
“Building better fathers allowed me this privilege. It allowed me to be a struggling father without the judgement, shame or stigma attached” – Father from a BBF course.
Topics that are covered include:
Ways to offer emotions with our kids
Create a support network of other Fathers
Establish and maintain healthy boundaries
Dealing with unpleasant behaviour
Encourage good behaviour in our kids
Share and learn from other Dads
How to apply the oxygen mask rule
Powerful parenting tools
Juggling fatherhood: nuclear, separated or blended
Evidenced-based tools for parenting
Building Better Fathers is an eight week course run during a school term.
The course is being run by Complete Men and Trinity Family Support Network. If you would like to put in your interest for this course, please click here Complete Men and you can fill out an expression of interest. Alternatively, if you would like more info, contact us.