Coaching for Dads

Fathers and Stepfathers have enormous influence on Daughters, but it's not always clear how to best use that influence--and to fully experience the joy of having a daughter.

Joe Kelly, author of the best-seller Dads & Daughters©: How to Inspire, Understand, and Support Your Daughter, offers personalized coaching for dads on communication, strengthening the father-daughter bond, and negotiating the minefield of female adolescence.

"Joe Kelly offers clear, practical advice on building closer relationships, helping girls develop, and boosting confidence." - Parenting magazine

"I want to thank you personally for creating an outlet for all of us. If it had not been for you, I probably wouldn't have survived a teenage daughter. Not only is she now a well-adjusted adult, she's actually taken the next steps in life. A few weeks back, she got her very own apartment, along with her (gulp) fiancé!" - Tim

Call 510.423.0553 now to schedule your individualized, web-based coaching, available anywhere!


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  • Joe Kelly
    commented 2018-11-19 13:50:28 -0800
    Yes, I do still coach men who love a family members with an eating disorder. The men I’ve worked with over the past 8+ years are brave, loving, and come away with ways to support their loved ones—and keep their sanity.
  • P A
    commented 2018-11-19 12:42:25 -0800
    Hi! Are you still coaching (and really supporting) dads whose daughters have EDs. I am in my late 20s now, but I’ve had an ED for over 2 decades. My dad is so supportive and loving, but I think that he feels so alone and worn out from all of this and I want him to have support (he won’t see a therapist, etc.).