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Be the Best Parent You Can Be

Parenting can be difficult. When you parent using insights from neuroscience and interpersonal neurobiology, it becomes easier to be a caring and connected parent.


Get the Guide

Happy Parents and Children


Step 1

Download the Caring & Connected Parenting Guide here.

Step 2

Read the 5 to 7 pages that correspond to your child's age and review often.

Step 3

Use what you've learned to be a caring and connected parent!

What Feelings Are You Having About Parenting?

You Feel Nervous

You Feel Frustrated

You Feel Confused

You Feel Badly

Licia Rando


Licia Rando, MEd, MSW, LICSW

Child Therapist and Children's Book Author

Licia has been on a lifelong learning journey to help children feel safe and loved. She does this as a therapist, author, educator and volunteer. She hopes to help parents on their parenting journey through her blog and the Caring and Connected Parenting Guide, endorsed by pediatric and mental health leaders as well as Nobel Prize winners. Licia’s writing is informed by neuroscience and attachment theory. She hopes you will join her on her journey and make the most of your caring and connected family years.

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The Key is Neuroscience

Caring & Connected Parenting is based on the latest neuroscience research. It gives us simple and easy solutions to being great parents. By taking a "neuro-aware" approach to parenting, you can be completely in control in even the toughest parenting situations like public temper tantrums.


Endorsements for Caring & Connected Parenting


Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Nobel Peace Prize Laureate


Laura Jana, M.D.

Pediatrician and Author


Daniel Siegel, M.D.

Neuroscientist and Best-Selling Author


T. Berry Brazelton, M.D.

Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School


Riane Eisler

Systems Scientist & Author


Betty Williams

Nobel Peace Prize Laureate