School of Fatherhood
Become the Father You Hoped You'd Be
Let’s cut the bull: becoming a dad for the first time is not straightforward.
You’re facing a completely new phase of life. One that comes with complex issues that don’t have straightforward solutions.
Maybe you’re wondering if you can handle all of this, or if this is all one big mistake. After all, most men report feeling a little lost, especially in the first year.
So they read the parenting books, or they get advice from their friends or family.
Here’s the thing: It’s hard to bridge the gap between learning something and doing something.
That’s where the School of Fatherhood comes in.
Over six weeks, you’ll meet virtually one-on-one with Dr. David Kyle Bond, a father and developmental psychologist. Each meeting is designed to be practical and useful, targeting the most common and difficult experiences men have in the first year of fatherhood.
By the end of six weeks, you will feel more confident and capable as a father or father-to-be.
You’ll come to understand how your relationship has changed, how you’ve changed, and what the future might look like.
You’ll learn new skills—ones that often help ease the stress of caring for a new little being, help you grow and improve your romantic relationship, and support your efforts to keep yourself on track.
Let this be one of the first things you do for your kiddo.
Do it for your partner.
Do it for you.
Contact Dr. Bond using the form below to schedule a 10-minute phone call where you can get your questions answered and think through how to make this experience work best for you.