Therapists, Educators, Physicians, and other professionals who work with families frequently battle to get the attention and involvement of fathers, husbands, partners, stepfathers, and other men in families.
Men's expert and author Joe Kelly consults with and coaches professionals with effective strategies to mobilize and utilize this un- and under-tapped natural resource.
Hear Joe describe his approach in this The Role of Male Loved Ones in Treatment and Recovery from Eating Disorders podcast.
Drawing on extensive research, he can advise you on working with particular male clients, and any client's male loved ones.
Put this natural resource to work for you now!
"After working with Joe, my attitude and approach changed. I now expect and demand that my client's male loved ones participate in and support treatment. I don't settle for 'I'm too busy' excuses anymore. And I'm seeing results for my clients, as they get more (and more effective) support from husbands, fathers, etc. It's made a big difference."
Kitty Westin, MA, LP
Call 510.423.0553 to set up a consultation today!
"A warm, engaging, and passionate presenter, Joe Kelly fosters collaboration and positive systems change across diverse groups, including parents and professionals."
– Dr. Mary Tantillo, University of Rochester (NY) School of Nursing
Training and consulting showing organizations and individual professionals how to accomplish more with the untapped natural resource of the client’s male loved ones. Interactive in-services and workshops teach professionals how to overcome hurdles that inhibit male engagement, and implement proven strategies to get men in families to help you improve outcomes and get your work done more efficiently.
Dozens of practical ways Dads and Stepdads can use unique leverage in girls’ lives to inspire, understand and support their daughters.
"It was wonderful having you back, Joe. I was struck this time by the demographic mix of fathers in the audience, younger, older, men of color, some 'hip' dads, maybe some not so much, and you seemed to strike a chord with them all! Bravo!"
- Sandra Luna, Head of School, Julia Morgan School for Girls, Oakland, CA
90 minutes of low-tech, inexpensive and fun activities that create memories, build communication and strengthen father-daughter relationships.
For dads or for professionals: how to identify, understand and overcome the cultural attitudes that hinder full father involvement in children’s lives.
We live in the marketing age, with families under assault in ways we often don’t realize. This session demonstrates the ubiquity of marketing media—along with simple steps parents take to stay in touch with the realities that nurture families.
Joe Kelly has been a keynote speaker and presenter for conferences, mental health agencies,
hospitals, schools, and universities across North America.
Call 1.510.423.0553 to schedule a presentation or get more information.