Fatherhood After Divorce: Learn, Connect & Create
This online program is designed help fathers adjust and parent after divorce or separation.
This program gives you a place to:
Learn: Learn from the real experiences of other fathers. Get current information and recommendations for dealing with divorce and parenting after separation.
Connect: Use concrete examples and creative strategies to connect with your child and manage your coparent relationship.
Create: Create the relationship you want to have with your child. Build new traditions and lasting memories.
This program is equipped with:
- Ongoing access to 12 sessions about adjusting and parenting after divorce;
- Videos reflecting the real life experiences of other divorced fathers;
- Online tools for sharing photos, comparing calendars, journaling, using a whiteboard, and communicating via chat, video chat, and email;
- Recommended activities for you and your child; and
- Additional resources such as book lists and helpful websites.
Parents of Middle-Schoolers: Help has arrived!
Parenting Through Middle School is available as an e-book.
It is also available by request as a short, easy-to-use web-based Tool Kit. Contact me directly for more information.
Parents love this program because it:
- Prepares them for the many changes to come,
- Is accessible at the time and place of their choice,
- Provides quick tips and concrete guidelines,
- Communicates evidence-based information,
- Leaves them feeling confident and empowered!
Parents will learn what they can expect, what they need to know, and what they can do to help their child through the physical, cognitive, social, and emotional they will face in middle school. In addition, this dynamic tool kit provides useful information on important shifts in family dynamics, communication, and parental roles. As your child progresses through middle school, this tool kit will facilitate greater school support by providing information and tips to understand individual and social changes, academics and school success and the many challenges middle school students face.
Downloadable Pdfs include
- Puberty Charts for Girl and Boys
- Tips to Connect Home and School
- Assessment Tool and Guide for Parents
- 10 Tips for Parents
- Prep Plan for Middle School
- Insight and Advice from Principals
A comprehensive conceptualization of peer influence Published processes in adolescence
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Case study of capacity building for smoke-free indoor Published in two rural Wisconsin communities
Preventing Chronic Disease Journal: Manuscript # PCD-06-0159.R1
Co-Authored with Dr. Ellen Taylor-Powell