Learn HOW TO BE a better parent
Watch this video to learn how your footprints shape your child’s future
making the world a more loving and compassionate place.
One parent and one child at a time.
Parent Footprint Awareness Training is like sitting down with Dr. Dan, your own personal parenting expert, anytime and anywhere you need him. This interactive online program will help you become a more aware and more purposeful parent in a short time on your computer or smart phone.
Choose Your Parent Footprint
Guide your child’s future by becoming aware of your own parenting beliefs with our Parent Awareness Training program.
Meet Dr. Dan
The single most important predictor of how we parent is how we were parented. Parent Footprint Awareness Training is just like sitting down with Dr. Dan to examine your personal parenting beliefs. By becoming more aware, you can create your own vision of successful parenting and choose the footprints that you want to pass on to your children and grandchildren.
For over 20 years, Dr. Dan has been passionate about helping parents to parent their children with purpose and intention in order to guide them in reaching their potential. Dr. Dan is a psychologist, author, and co-founder of Parent Footprint, with a mission to make the world a more compassionate and loving place. He is host of the “Parent Footprint Podcast with Dr. Dan” and a regular contributor to Huffington Post and Psychology Today.
Challenging Behaviors with Dr. Mona Delahooke
Dr. Dan discusses emotional regulation, co-regulation, and neurodiversity with Dr. Mona Delahooke and learns about her powerful viral blog post on Oppositional Defiance Disorder.
Friendship Challenges with Annie Fox
Dr. Dan joyfully welcomes teen/tween expert, educator, and author Annie Fox, M.Ed. to discuss friendship, feelings, and the social world with compassion and empathy.
Self-Regulation with Dr. Stuart Shanker
Dr. Dan welcomes international parenting expert Dr. Stuart Shanker for an encouraging discussion about the concept of self-regulation, stress, and that “There is no such thing as a bad kid.”