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Parent Footprint with Dr. Dan

from Dr. Dan Peters | Parent Footprint
189 Avg Episode Length: 44 min
Most recent episode: Dec 01, 2022 08:01 AM
Last Checked: Dec 02, 2022 08:26 PM
Language: en Explicit: no Podcast Style: episodic
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Parent Footprint with Dr. Dan teaches us all how to make the world a more loving, accepting and compassionate place -- one parent and one child at a time. With over 20 years experience as a psychologist, author and father, host Dr. Dan Peters understands the key to raising happy and aware kids is for parents to seek the same joy and mindfulness in their own lives. Through diverse and timely discussions, aimed at any parental figure in a childs life, Dr. Dan helps caregivers parent with purpose while striving to be the best version of themselves.

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Dr. Dan interviews Kurt Braunohler -- Dad, comedian, and co-host of Exactly Right’s Bananas podcast – about parenting, humor, and his just released streaming special PERFECTLY STUPID.

Dr. Dan and Kurt’s conversation today is funny, sometimes bananas(!), and will make listeners laugh out loud. They discuss comedy, kids, Dad humor, parenting, Dad-ing, and how laughter really is the best medicine

Kurt Braunohler has two children. Kurt can be seen in Judd Apatow’s feature “The Big Sick” and Lionsgate's "Long Shot" as well as the upcoming horror film “Barbarian.” He’s appeared in "The Good Place," "Bob's Burgers," "Black Monday," "Lady Dynamite," "American Housewife," and more. Kurt regularly appears on late-night sets on "Conan," "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon," "The Late Show with Seth Meyers," and "The Late Late Show with James Corden" and is co-host of the continuously sold-out variety show “Hot Tub” for 17 years with Kristen Schaal.  Follow Kurt on Instagram @kurtbraunohler.

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Dr. Dan talks to Einat Nathan (parenting expert, public speaker, bestselling author, parent) about her magical book My Everything: The Parent I Want to Be, The Children I Hope to Raise.  

The message of today’s episode is simple and powerful:  “No parent is perfect and that is ok!” because parenting requires courage, energy, and love. Parenting is not about being perfect.  Parenting is messy. Listeners will connect with Einat’s honesty and passion – and learn from her personal parenting journey.

A mother of five children (including a child with autism), Einat shares her wisdom on being patient, calm, and loving.  She explains that all children, in their own way, have their own specialness and needs. Einat teaches us all how to appreciate and accept each child as an individual, with their own quirks, gifts, and flaws.

Dr. Dan and Einat’s conversation is for parents who wish to teach their children to be strong and independent. Today’s episode (internationally recorded from Tel Aviv) will transform how listeners think about raising children, resonating across cultures.

For more information about the book and Einat Nathan visit her website: https://einatnathan.com/en/.

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Dr. Dan and parent, advocate, author Kayla Taylor speak about National Bullying Prevention Month (October) as well as the journey (now a book Canaries Among Us: A Mother’s Quest to Honor her Child’s Individuality in a Culture Determined to Negate It) of her own child who was bullied at an elite private school and officials turned a blind eye to the cruelty and tried to hide it. 

Today’s necessary discussion on the intersections of neurodivergence and bullying asks provocative and essential questions including: What happens when the people entrusted to care for our kids and prevent bullying look the other way? What can parents do? This interview is about the quest to find out why so many American schools are ill-equipped to deal with issues like learning differences, bullying, and mental health. It will open eyes and shock listeners.

For more information and bullying resources please visit Kayla’s website: www.kaylataylorwrites.com.

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Dr. Dan interviews psychiatrist, expert, and author Dr. Tracey Marks about her therapy practice, popular YouTube channel, and her book Why Am I So Anxious?: Powerful Tools for Recognizing Anxiety and Restoring Your Peace.  

Anxiety seems to be everywhere in today's world.  Dr. Dan and Dr. Marks answer these questions and more: How can we take control of our anxiety? How can we take control of our life? What can we do to fix anxiety issues for ourselves? How can we help our anxious kids?

Renowned therapist Dr. Tracey Marks is a YouTube star known for her friendly, relatable style – she helps over 1 million followers on her YouTube channel identity and manage health issues with practical solutions. Dr. Dan and Dr. Marks want Parent Footprint listeners to know that anxiety does not need to control our life or our child’s life!

Dr. Tracey Marks is a general and forensic psychiatrist of over 20 years whose mission is to increase mental health awareness and understanding by educating people on psychiatric disorders, mental well-being, and self-improvement. She believes that insight creates change, both on a micro-level (personal growth) and a macro-level (reduction in fear and social judgment). Dr. Marks produces educational videos on her YouTube channel, DrTraceyMarks.  Dr. Marks has been sought after by CNN and HLN for forensic and general psychiatric commentary. For more information go to Dr. Marks website www.markspsychiatry.com or her YouTube channel.

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Dr. Dan and award winning filmmaker Marc Smolowitz discuss Gifted/Talented/Neurodiverse Awareness Week (GTN Awareness Week 10/24/22 - 10/28/22) and the documentary The G Word, directed and produced by Marc. Their conversation reveals that bright, neurodiverse children are everywhere – Gifted/Talented/Neurodiverse learners exist in every zip code. Marc defies popular myths that assume most gifted people are wealthy, white, and will do fine on their own – and asks us to do the same.

Dr. Dan and Marc talk about many issues on this revealing episode while raising GTN awareness to a wider audience to "better address the education needs of the gifted…and how our country supports the needs of all children; a rising tide that lifts all boats where we uncover and encourage excellence in places we don’t typically expect."

The G Word is a deeply personal feature documentary that debunks the mythology around what it means to be gifted revealing the educational challenges, social isolation, emotional sensitivities and physical threats faced by many gifted individuals in our schools and society and the search for solutions while challenging the prejudice and trauma that comes with being labeled “smart” in the 21st century.

Today’s episode about accepting, educating, and demystifying all neurodiverse children wherever they are in our country will open minds and ignite much needed change.

Based in San Francisco, Marc Smolowitz is the Director/Producer The G Word Film, Founder/CEO of 13th Gen, a San Francisco-based film company; and a multi-award winning independent filmmaker. For more information visit www.13thgenfilm.com and www.thegwordfilm.com.

Watch excerpts from the film here.

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Dr. Dan talks to Robin DeWeese, Ph.D. of Arizona State University about her recently released, timely, and important study about kids, fitness, health, and “active commuting."  The main finding:  Kids who walk, skateboard or ride their bikes to school when they are young are more likely to keep it up as they get older, reaping the health benefits. In the study, the researchers found that kids are much more likely to continue "active commuting" (traveling by foot, bike or even skateboard) if they are taught to do it when they are young. 

This episode gives parents a great plan to start “active commuting” with their children – and sets them on their way to long term health as adults.  A great discussion about healthy fitness habits that parents and families can easily embrace with young children.

Robin DeWeese, Ph.D. is a Lecturer in the College of Health Solutions at Arizona State University and a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist.. She earned a PhD from Arizona State University. Her research focuses on the impact food and physical activity environments have on children’s health. She has been part of the research team for the New Jersey Child Health Study for the past ten years, studying changes to the built environment over time

Find more information about Robin’s work at Arizona State University’s website.   Read about the study on US NEWS & WORLD REPORT.

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Dr. Dan interviews Dr. Charles Sophy, psychiatrist and the former medical director for the County of Los Angeles Department of Children & Family Services. Dr. Sophy has been a regular  on Dr. Phil for the last twenty years and now he brings his experience and expertise to his new book, Family Values, continuing his work on repairing parent-child relationships.

Dr. Sophy has helped many families break harmful patterns, heal from trauma, and move from crisis to thriving. Based on his experience as a psychiatrist (and as a father), Dr. Sophy assures every parent: “No matter how complicated life gets or how off course your family dynamics become, it’s never too late to hit the reset button and move forward with confidence, love, and authenticity, with your family values leading the way.”

Dr. Dan and Dr. Sophy share the same powerful philosophy: Parenting begins with you, not your child. Putting yourself first in the parenting equation may seem strange, yet it is intuitive.  On an airplane, in case of emergency, you must first secure the oxygen mask on yourself. Once you are able to breathe, you can then secure the mask on your child. So it is with parenting. Only after you are balanced and secure, can you then offer balance and security to your child. 

On today’s episode and in his new book, Dr. Sophy explains that a parent with a balanced life, both physically and mentally, is a better parent – a parent more equipped to be a loving and healthy role model for their child. Dr. Dan agrees that we owe it to our children to be the best possible version of ourselves every day.

Dr. Charles Sophy has appeared on Today, Good Morning America, CNN’s Larry King Live, Anderson Cooper 360, and on the FOX News Channel.  For more about Dr. Sophy and his work, visit his website www.drsophy.com and follow him on Twitter @drsophy. 

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Dr. Dan talks to the esteemed Geoffrey Cohen – expert, author, Stanford University Professor of Psychology – about disconnection, loneliness, belonging, community, happiness and his new book Belonging: The Science of Creating Connection and Bridging Divides

Dr. Dan and Geoff dive deep in order to focus on our deeply human need to belong. They offer hopeful solutions to our challenging times. Professor Cohen shares great advice about navigating modern life with greater empathy in work, school, politics, and everyday encounters. 

We live in enormously polarized times. From politics to race, religion, gender, and class, division runs rampant. Today’s interview will give listeners hope and will help everyone living in today’s disconnected world connect!

Visit Geoffrey Cohen’s website www.geoffreylcohen.com for more information and follow him on Twitter @GeoffCohen.

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Dr. Dan speaks to Mom, Special Needs Parent, Advocate, and Coach Rachel Pastiloff.  Rachel talks to Dr. Dan about parenting, family, and her road to becoming a Manifesting Mom. Rachel is  mom to two sons (one with special needs) and her conversation with Dr. Dan is filled with wisdom, strength, and grace.

Listening to Rachel tell her story is riveting, enlightening, powerful, and, at times, painful – listeners will learn from this beautiful, courageous episode about life, love, challenges, grit, honesty, acceptance, grief, and so much more.

Rachel Pastiloff tells Dr. Dan how she learned to embrace her parenting journey – specifically the experience of discussing (and admitting) that special needs parenting is hard. Rachel discusses her wonderful son (he has a dual diagnosis of Prader Willi Syndrome and autism), her special needs family/community, her typical son’s experience, and how so much pressure falls unfairly on women/moms. By speaking her truth out loud to her sister (yes, her sister is recent guest Jennifer Pastiloff!)Rachel made space for embracing, healing, and loving. Rachel passionately shares how self-care is essential to all parents, how families must support the siblings of special needs children (a topic that is rarely discussed), and the reality that not all families live perfect lives despite what we see online. 

Rachel Pastiloff is a native of Philadelphia/South Jersey. Rachel is a mother of two boys. In 2009 Rachel’s oldest was diagnosed with a rare incurable genetic disorder called Prader Willi Syndrome. The following year her son was diagnosed again with Autism. Both of these events would help shift the direction of Rachel’s life. She began her path with health and wellness to create a better life for her family. It then became her passion. Rachel became a certified yoga teacher in 2012 and is a graduate of The Institute for Integrative Nutrition as a Health and Wellness Coach. Rachel is also the founder of A Manifesting Mom. Follow Rachel on Instagram and on TikTok.

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The exciting world of Cairo Carter is back for season 2! Cairo is seven years old and lives in the big city, and he loves to explore the world around him. Cairo has lots to learn about kindness, safety, and even the value of a dollar, so it’s lucky he can always depend on his family, his friends, and his community to help him learn and have tons of fun along the way. Come join him in the Adventures of Cairo!

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