Therapists & Resources I recommend to support Dads in their fatherhood journey:

Graham Sterling, MA, LPC intern
503-307-6011
www.sterlingcounseling.com

Two Rivers Counseling
Jeffrey Post-Holmberg, MA
2080 NW Everett St. #202 | Portland, OR 97209
503-222-1168
jeffrey@tworiverscounseling.com

Sam Stevens, LMFT, offers individual and couples counseling as well as groups.
516 SE Morrison St, Suite 310
Portland, OR 97214
503-957-8797
samstevensmft@comcast.net
www.samstevensmft.com

 Books for dads, divorced or not! (and check back soon for more recommendations!)

52 Things Kids Need from a Dad: What Fathers Can Do to Make a Lifelong Difference by Jay K. Payleitner


The Divorced Dad Dilemma: A Father’s Guide to Understanding, Grieving and Growing Beyond The Losses of divorce and To Developing A Deeper, Ongoing Relationship With His Children
Gerald Mayer

The Divorced Dad’s Survival Book: How to Stay Connected with Your Kids, by David Knox
The Complete Single Father: Reassuring Answers to Your Most Challenging Situations,  Elaine Fantle Shimberg & Michael Shimberg
The Wonder of Boys, Michael Gurian, PhD
The Wonder Of Girls, Michael Gurian, PhD
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