Kristin's Comfy Couch Family Counseling Kristin Perry, LMFT
Kristin's Comfy Couch Family CounselingKristin Perry, LMFT

Video Library: Words of Wisdom

The Power of Vulnerability: Ted Talk by Brene Brown

"Masters" vs. "Disasters" of Relationship by Dr. John Gottman

Child Development Expert Haim Ginott Compilation

Sarah-Jayne Blakemore:

The mysterious workings of the Teenage Brain

Frances Jensen, MD

Part one of The Teenage Brain

Lisa VanDamme:

How to Talk so Kids will Listen and Listen so Kids will Talk:

Wishing and Fantasy Technique

Kate d'Ath:

The Vicious Fower

OCD Treatment

Carol Dweck:

The Effect of Praise on Mindsets

Elaine Aron, Ph. D.

The Highly Sensitive Person

James Webb, Ph. D.

Common Misdiagnoses and Dual Diagnoses of Gifted Children

 

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Questions?

 

I am not currently able to accept new clients. If you are a former or current client, and need to reach me, it is easier for me to respond to texts or emails at this time and schedule phone contact:

(619) 368-9339

 

kristinscomfycouch@

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or

24 Hour

Access and Crisis Line: 

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or

The National Suicide Prevention Hotline

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Address and Phone

Kristin Perry, MFT

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Kristin's Comfy Couch

Family Counseling

2558 Roosevelt Street

Suite 201

Carlsbad, CA 92008

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Phone; 760-978-6071

 

To reach me, or schedule a time to talk, please text my cell phone number below, or e-mail me through the contact link or at the address below, it is difficult for me to talk on the phone, because I'm home with my very busy preschooler much of the time:

 

 

Text 619-368-9339

 

Fax: 858-860-5299

 

E-mail: kristinscomfycouch@gmail.com

 

For all Your Carlsbad Counseling Needs

 

"Specializing in Teens—

and Normal People Too!"