About Z. Andrew Jatau

I currently work as a mental health counselor at my private practice in Virginia Beach. In 2015, I founded a business called Mylemarks that focuses on creating tools for healthy social and emotional development in children. I have also authored three workbooks for the company. When I’m not working, I enjoy hanging with the family, playing or watching sports, and listening to music.
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    Jatau_Feelings_Small Posted By: Z. Andrew Jatau
    Thursday, May 02, 2019

    Pay Attention to Your Child’s Feelings

    By being able to check in with our kids about their feelings, thoughts, and reactions, we gain more insight into their world. This makes it easier for us, as parents, to work with our kids on developing a solution that works for everyone. Read full post>>

    jatau_new dads_small Posted By: Z. Andrew Jatau
    Tuesday, April 02, 2019

    New Dad Questions

    Transitioning to fatherhood can be overwhelming. If you’re a new or expectant father, start by asking yourself these questions. Read full post>>

    jatau-masculinity-small Posted By: Z. Andrew Jatau
    Tuesday, February 26, 2019

    Fathers Help Shape Masculinity Traits

    Understanding masculinity can impact the emotional well-being of men and boys, their social relationships, and the ways in which they view and treat women. Read full post>>

    Jatau_parenting away from home_small Posted By: Z. Andrew Jatau
    Tuesday, January 15, 2019

    Parenting Away from Home

    Parenting away from home offers plenty of challenges for every family. Here are four strategies to make it a bit less challenging. Read full post>>

    Jatau_Dads in Action_Small Posted By: Z. Andrew Jatau
    Thursday, December 20, 2018

    Dads in Action

    Active fatherhood is something that should be supported and celebrated. CHKD's new Dads in Action program does just that. Read full post>>

    Jatau_In her own time_Small Posted By: Z. Andrew Jatau
    Tuesday, October 02, 2018

    In Her Own Time

    I remember being amazed as our first child, Keira, learned to roll over, crawl, stand up, walk, and talk. Now, we’re enjoying seeing our youngest, Eliza, go through the same stages. But I’ve noticed things are a bit different this time around. Read full post>>