Parent Education

Parent Education

This program is designed to meet the needs of parents of children ages 5 to 18. Small group classes and individualized home visits are provided.

Parent Eductaion

Free Parenting Education Classes Available!

Work with our Trained independent Facilitator of Parenting the Love and Logic Way®

Curriculum Includes:

  • How to avoid un-winnable power struggles and arguments
  • How to stay calm and empathetic when kids do incredibly stupid things
  • How to set enforceable limits
  • How to avoid enabling and begin empowering
  • How to help kids learn from their mistakes rather than repeat them
  • How to raise kids who are family team members
What Sets Us Apart?
Our parent education is 12 group sessions and 12 individual sessions, this meets the requirements of California Welfare and Institutions Code 16407.7 and have been approved by Lassen County Children and Family Protective Services.


Parenting the Love and Logic Way ® provides simple and practical techniques to help parents have more fun and less stress while raising responsible kids.

Parents can learn skills that truly work in real-world scenarios.

Classes Are Evidence Based 
Our curriculum is evidence-based, which means that the content and treatment model we have chosen for our classes has been evaluated by professionals and is recommended by multiple agencies in the field. In other words, this curriculum works! 

It achieves results!
Child care is not provided.
For additional information or to make an appointment please contact a Parent Educator at (530) 257-4599
Parent Education
24/7 Dad A.M. covers pro-fathering knowledge, attitudes, and skills.

Fathers make a unique and invaluable contribution to the well being of children. A fathers interaction with his children promotes healthy physical, emotional, social, and spiritual development.

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Co-Parenting is a five week course that will help strengthen and sustain family processes during separation and divorce by giving parents knowledge and awareness about factors affecting children during the divorce transition, including how to reduce stress, build a support network, strategies for reducing co-parenting conflict, practices for strengthening the parent-child relationship and parenting skills to buffer the impact of divorce on children.

Interactive Journaling

Interactive Journaling® is a structured and experiential writing process that motivates and guides participants toward positive life change.

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