Caring Dads

December 7, 2017

Some men have attitudes and behaviours towards their partners and family members which have a detrimental impact on their families and children. Caring Dads is a group program for men who want to improve their parenting and be better fathers.

Over 17 weeks, participants will:

  • Develop awareness of controlling or harmful attitudes and behaviours
  • Learn how different parenting choices can positively or negatively affect children’s physical, emotional, psychological, social and educational development
  • Develop positive strategies and skills to improve family life
  • Learn how to cope better with upsetting emotions
  • Develop strategies and skills to repair and strengthen their relationships with their children.

 


Please click here for the flyer.

For more information contact:

Central Coast Family Centre
P: (02) 4356 2600
E: ccfc@catholiccaredbb.org.au

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