This qualitative study explored the perspectives of resident and nonresident fathers on the influence of Fortsatt Foreldre in Norway, a parental intervention program that supports them in addressing concerns that come after separation or divorce. Three fathers who completed Fortsatt Foreldre were recruited to participate in an in-depth and audiotaped interview. A thematic analysis suggests that Fortsatt Foreldre is beneficial to separated/divorced fathers in many aspects, including outcomes related to fathering, child–father relationship, co-parenting, and individual psychological resilience. Interviewed fathers’ narration also indicated how Fortsatt Foreldre further defines and develops the discourse of positive fatherhood within the Norwegian context.

Keywords: parental intervention, separated or divorced fathers, fatherhood, co-parenting, psychological resilience