How Training Just for Dads Helps The Whole Family
SEPTEMBER 8, 2019
“Even though fathers are far from secondary in their children’s lives, they may feel uncertain about their place in the family,” says Julian Redwood , a psychotherapist in San Francisco who counsels dads. “Before I became a dad, the thought of struggling to soothe my crying baby terrified me,” says Yaka Oyo, 37, a new father who lives in New York City. Like many first-time parents, Oyo worried he would misread his newborn baby’s cues.