Kristen Albritton, LPC-Intern Supervised by Elizabeth Coles, LPC-S

If you’re looking for a counselor in Coppell, Texas, look no further.
Kristen is a Dallas native. She received her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Sam Houston State University and her Bachelors in Psychology from Texas A&M University.
Kristen works with all ages and a variety of issues, but her favorite niche in counseling is play therapy where she works with children ages 3-11. Kristen knows that childhood can often be overwhelming. Children go through ups and downs just like adults. Kristen finds joy in helping kids overcome difficult times. She has a gift for working with parents and children.
Through the act of play, children process their thoughts. Kristen is clinically trained to understand how children communicate through play. By working closely with kids, she is able to help them improve behavior, build resiliency, establish a positive self-image, and boost self-esteem.
Kristen specializes in play therapy, group play therapy, Child-Parent Relational Therapy, and sandtray therapy.
Kristin also provides individual counseling for domestic violence, sexual assault, women’s issues, grief and loss, trauma, and couples counseling.
It’s Kristen’s mission to empower and equip people to live full and joyful lives.
“Be kind, you never know what battle someone it facing.”

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