Resilient Fathers: Thriving in the Midst of a Pandemic: The Coach, The Mentor, The Friend: Dad tools for effective conversations

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The aim for this session is to foster thinking processes that fathers can use to make stronger family connections in a relaxed but informative interactive session.

Purpose:

The goal is to share tool that fathers can use to frame their own thinking and conversation goals to help their children live their best lives.

Outcomes: In this session participants will learn:

1. Three cognitive behavioral approaches for productive conversations with children and spouses.

2. A deeper understanding of connection and the different roles fathers can play in their children’s lives.

3. How to help children focus on goals and values to establish trust and encourage stronger communication.

10/23/20 Friday: Resilient Fathers: Thriving in the Midst of a Pandemic: The Coach, The Mentor, The Friend: Dad tools for effective conversations

Resilient Fathers: Thriving in the Midst of a Pandemic

Speaker: Ted Ransaw, Outreach Specialist, K-12 Outreach, College of Education, Affiliate Faculty, African American and African Studies

The aim for this session is to foster thinking processes that fathers can use to make stronger family connections in a relaxed but informative interactive session. 

Purpose: 

The goal is to share tool that fathers can use to frame their own thinking and conversation goals to help their children live their best lives. 

Outcomes: In this session participants will learn: 

1. Three cognitive behavioral approaches for productive conversations with children and spouses.  

2. A deeper understanding of connection and the different roles fathers can play in their children’s lives.  

3. How to help children focus on goals and values to establish trust and encourage stronger communication. 

Activities:  

Include a PowerPoint and open discussion. 

Guided Questions:  

1.  What is your communication style?  

2.  How do you stay objective when you talk to your children? 

3.  Can you describe how your values inform conversations with your  

     children? 

  

Reflection Question:        

What is your communication plan?