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Parenting Program just for men: Men Who Father

Men Who Father is a workshop for me in a "father" role.


Are you a male in a caring role? Are you a dad, grandfather, friend or family member caring for a child or children? Then we have the ideal parenting program just for men. Men Who Father is a course for dads, created by a dad!

The men who father program is a carefully guided group discussion for men who are in the fathering role for children or a child over 2 years old and up. It is an opportunity for men to express their personal feelings about the expectations placed upon them by themselves, the mothers of the children, and from the wider/extended family network. It is an opportunity for men who are parenting to relate how they face up to their personal assessments of their performance in this role.

You will get to discuss what it means to be a dad, whether you’re in a relationship, separated or find yourself unexpectedly caring for a child. You don’t have to go through this alone and it’s great to meet others that may share a similar situation.

About the Facilitator

Robert is a trained facilitator with ten years of experience working with similar discussion groups. Robert facilitates workshops in a manner that ensures the environment is positive, respectful and solutions focused. He has also raised four children!


9am – 11am for 4 x Saturdays:

March 19 & 26 and April 2 & 9


The JNC Maroubra

669 – 673 Anzac Parade, Maroubra, 2035


To register for this free parenting course please phone the Family Progams Team: 02 9349 8200 or email us at

Come along share your happy moments, your concerns and your tips and strategies. This is an informal and relaxed series of workshops. And for the women out there reading this, please share it with the men in your life and other fellas you know who might benefit by attending these free workshops.

Proudly brought to you by the South Randwick Community Hub Partnership.



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