Welcome to Fat Cat!
Like every Fat Cat, we believe in the good things in life: long naps, good meals and a delectable ball of catnip to chase after. That’s right, we think our customers can have it all! So while you may not find catnip on our menu, we do offer up something for everyone.
Our hand-tossed pizzas are made fresh to order and baked crisp in our brick oven. All of our menu items are homemade from fresh ingredients, purchased locally whenever possible. Everything from cocktails to croutons are made by hand, right here in our kitchen.
Welcome to Strengthening Families
Jaime Browning, LMSW
While born and raised in Oregon, Jaime has chosen Alaska as home and to raise her own family. During her spare time she travels both internationally and statewide, focusing on cultural exchanges and studies. Jaime is an avid sailor, also enjoying Alaska's vast playground.
Jaime earned her undergraduate from Wichita State University, followed by a Masters of Social Work from the University of Alaska Anchorage.
Jaime's career began in Kansas, working in both outpatient mental health and child abuse prevention. From there, Jaime began a career in child protection of Alaska's children for nearly 12 years. This lead to a specialization in domestic violence, mental health, child abuse/neglect, and substance abuse. She has been recognized by the courts many times as an expert witness under the Indian Child Welfare Act.
Jaime has spent much time in the villages, creating relationships and cultural connections with Alaska Native families and tribes. Jaime is proud to work with families of the LGBTQ community.
Jaime has completed training in both mediation and Parenting Coordination through the Cooperative Parenting Institute and has completed Certification in Child & Family Forensics through William James College, as well as a Certification in Forensic Social Work through the National Forensic Social Work Association. She is a proud member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, National Association of Social Workers, National Association for Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors, and the National Indian Child Welfare Association.
Brodie is a 7 lb Yorkshire Terrier born in 2011. He participates in a dog sport called Flyball through Pawsitive Synergy and is the smallest dog in that sport, representing the State of Alaska.
Brodie loves walks, occasional doggie kisses, pleasing his mom, searching for smells, and lots of attention!
You'll often find Brodie participating in adult sessions as an aid in calming strong emotions. If you have a fear of dogs or allergies, please notify staff before your first session.
Opened their doors in 2016 with the goal of serving families in a way that promotes the health of Alaska's children, working with co-parents experiencing high conflict divorce or custody battles. Services include Parent Coordination, Custody Evaluations, expert testimony and co-parenting/divorce coaching.
Strengthening Families services families of all kinds of families!