- Boot Camp for New Dads
- Bringing Baby Home (Gottman Relationship Research Institute Workshop)
- Caring Dads Program (17-week curriculum)
- Connecting with your Kids (National Center for Fathering Workshop)
- Dads and Daughters
- Directions for Dads (Insights for New and Expectant Fathers)
- Emotional Communication and Children (Gottman Relationship Research Institute Workshop)
- Fathers and Sons
- The Importance of Fathers
- MArriage & PArenting Program (13-week curriculum)
- Navigating the Transition to Parenthood
- The Nurturing Fathers Program (13-week curriculum)
- Parenting Jazz: The meter, harmony and improvisations of parenting together
- Personalized workshops (contact to discuss)
- The Power of Family Rituals
- Prepare-Enrich Inventory & Certification Training
- PREP (Prevention and Relationship Enhancement Program)
- Seven Secrets of Effective Fathers (National Center for Fathering Workshop)
- The Soul of Fathering: Fatherhood as a Spiritual Journey
Rich Batten works for Public Strategies where he serves as the Director of Technical Assistance Services and manages the National Healthy Marriage Resource Center (www.healthymarriageinfo.org / www.twoofus.org).
He has more than 25 years of experience as a collaborative and strategic leader committed to improving the well being of marriages, families and communities. Before joining Public Strategies Rich served as a Family and Fatherhood Specialist with the Colorado Department of Human Services. In this role, he successful developed collaborative relationships between healthy marriage programs, domestic violence programs, fatherhood programs, child welfare, child support enforcement, and the Department of Corrections. Rich has been a certified as a Family Life Educator by the National Council on Family Relations since 1998 and is an experienced instructor of numerous marriage and parenting curricula including PREP, Bringing Baby Home, Nurturing Fathers, and Caring Dads.
He is a frequent speaker and workshop presenter on healthy relationships and has been tapped as an expert in the field by Denver television network affiliates and numerous radio stations. He earned a bachelor's degree in Speech Communication from Northern Michigan University, a Master of Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary, and a Master of Education in Family Studies from Loyola University in Chicago. Rich is the father of four adult children.