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When you call the HelpLine you will be asked to leave a confidential message, and a trained and caring volunteer will listen and return your call or text during business hours. They will listen, answer questions, offer encouragement, and connect you with local resources as needed.
Our online groups are here to help you connect with other dads who have newborns up to toddlers. Whether you are going through stress, feeling overwhelmed as you adjust to parenting, or trying to figure out how best to support your partner, our groups are here for you.
On the first Mondays of every month PSI hosts a free call-in forum for dads facilitated by a perinatal mood disorders expert and PSI Board Member Dr. Daniel Singley.
Find information, support, and connection with other dads. There is no need to pre-register or give your name.
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Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders are not only experienced by moms, and PSI’s Specialized Coordinator for Dads provides understanding and support for fathers who are struggling. (not for clinical consultation).
PSI has a closed Facebook Group for dads, where members can get a lot of great support and information from other dads.
The purpose of this book is to include men in the discussion about early parenthood, to foster a gender-equitable, whole-family approach to parental mental health, and to increase awareness about best practices in the care for expectant and new fathers.
This hands-on guide includes straightforward, supportive information and specific recommendations to help partners deal with the impact of depression after the birth of a baby.
A father-to-father, community-based website that inspires and equips men of different ages, economic levels, and cultures to engage with their infants, support their partners, and navigate their transformation into dads.
An online man-to-man workshop to give men becoming fathers the tools and confidence to become great dads. DBC provides a community of dads who “want the new guys to have what we have.”
Postpartum Men is a place for men with concerns about depression, anxiety, or other problems with mood after the birth of a child. This website includes a self-assessment for postpartum depression and an online forum for dads.
Find support for the entire spectrum of the fatherhood journey, helping men transition from the “Dude Zone” to the “Dad Zone.” WTF offerings include a book, podcast, blog, video series, classes, coaching, and more.