Parenting Support

Parenting with Love and Limits IS AN INNOVATIVE PARENTING PROGRAM AVAILABLE NOW

Parenting with Love and Limits (PLL) is an evidence-based program endorsed by OJJDP and SAMSHA which is designed to decrease problem behaviors while increasing family communication and satisfaction.
It’s effectiveness lies in the unique combination of combining 6 weeks of skill-building class with 6-12 weeks of individual family coaching sessions to help you apply the information in the way that will best serve your family’s needs. PLL believes that change happens best when youth and caregiver work together, and we are ready to help you make it happen for your family.

Learn more today by giving us a call at (907)260-5011
PLL Brochure

What have other parents said about PLL?

“I liked this whole program. I felt like the point of view from both the child and parents were helpful. The staff were both very welcoming and supportive. I recommend to do it.”
-Heidi C. 
“This course has really opened my eyes into how to better raise my kids…a must take.”
-Richard M.
“PLL is great. Learn skills that will help any parent (experienced or not) to be a better parent.”
-M. Lewis
230 E. Marydale Avenue
Soldotna, AK 99669

Tel:  907-260-5011
Email Address: parenting@pchsak.org
PLL Clinician - Jenni Brighton, MS 
Education and Training:
BA in Education, Central Washington University
MS in Psychology, Walden University
Parenting with Love and Limits system certification

Profile:
Jenni has always believed that education and good support systems are the things that help a person succeed, and over the years she has been involved with both education and social support services in a variety of roles. She is excited to be involved with the Parenting with Love and Limits program because it’s an evidence-based system that empowers families through a combination of teaching skills and building support systems. 

Jenni was raised in the Seattle area and has been in Alaska since 2007. She has a weird sense of humor and also enjoys travel, books, food, knitting, dancing, and getting her hands in the dirt in her garden. She lives with her husband, three children, and a flock of chickens.


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