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Cut through conflicting advice, get support that doesn't exploit your fears, and learn practical ways to nurture the skills and habits your kids need to take advantage of online opportunities and avoid digital risks.

For a full overview of the class click here.

What you get when you enroll today:

  • Accessible support. This is a self-study class so watch short videos and practical downloads how and when you want to.
  • Flexible learning. You will get access to a new module or "Spark" every week for three weeks but have access to the full class for three months.
  • Better understanding, more communication, and stronger connection with your child. 

Let's go!

Email: [email protected]

14 Day Satisfaction Guarantee. You have to take enough risks in life. This course shouldn’t be one of them. If you start the class within 14 days of purchase and don't find value in the class, we are happy to provide a full refund. Click here for full details.

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What People Are Saying:

"I just worked through this moving towards mentorship download and wow, that was extremely helpful! My ah-ha takeaway to share was this...I need to include my son more in the research! I usually do it on my own, but then come back to him with the usual “no.” Also, I need to have more clear lines of what our pre-decided, non-negotiables even are. I see where I can improve, and understand where it might be frustrating for him, thank you!

Jessica, Parent

I appreciate how you offer reflection questions about parenting worries and fears that may be driving us to react rather than respond to the challenges of parenting technology. And I love the scenarios and language/step examples for mentoring kids through common requests... I think this all really normalizes the struggles we face and shows there is no one way, even within the role of "mentor" to get it (mostly) right.

Sarah, Parent