Making the most out of being a father

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Father’s Day is this Sunday, a day when we are all meant to say thank you to the fathers in our lives. Fathers have a powerful role to play in their children’s lives as they often provide very different input than mothers.  Studies have shown that involved fathers have a positive effect on almost all areas of child development, including intellectual ability, educational achievement, psychological well-being, and social behaviour.

Our resident experienced clinical psychologists, Dr. Natalie Cheatle and Dr. Annika Clark from The Parent Space ( have kindly provided us with some practical and effective tips on how fathers can make the most out of their relationship with their children. While the degree that a father can be involved on a day to day basis varies greatly depending on the particular family set-up, fathers can make the most of whatever time they do have with their children and maximise their impact, by considering…

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