Founder & CEO of CLINICALLY HAPPY
Dr. Carla Fry- Founder & CEO of CLINICALLY HAPPY- Cultivating Generations of Happiness…using data rooted in science to help families to Be Happy + Live Happy + Share Happy Author, Gratitude and Kindness: A Modern Parents Guide to Raising Children in an Era of Entitlement Dr. Carla Fry is a Clinical Psychologist, Author of Gratitude and Kindness: A Modern Parents Guide to Raising Children in an Era of Entitlement, and Founder and CEO of Clinically Happy, a platform in which thousands of children and families have been impacted in her quest to cultivate generations of happiness. Dr. Fry actively speaks to the public and to the media. She is often quoted by local and national lifestyle magazines and television such as Canadian Living Magazine, ELLE, Flare Today’s Parent, Canadian Family, Blush Vancouver Magazine, CTV, iHeart Radio, Global News and more, for sharing her expert advice and tips using happiness-boosting and Positive Psychology principles to help children and families maximize their happiness and resilience. Dr. Fry is a big believer in the power of kindness, and is the Founder of Kindness Patrol a celebrated grassroots community initiative which gives kids powerful opportunities to deliver awe-inspiring random kind deeds to perfect strangers. Dr. Fry is the Director of a thriving clinic, the Vancouver Psychology Centre. Dr. Fry is devoted to sharing what she knows to promote a new way of thinking about mental health- or what has been traditionally called mental illness. Her clinic uses the science of Positive Psychology to highlight and reinforce positive affect, individual strengths and sources. Dr. Fry is a Clinical Associate with Simon Fraser University and is a Clinical Supervisor at the University of British Columbia and at Adler University. Her clinical clinical specialty is to implement Positive Psychology science and techniques to highlight and develop positive affect and strengths with children, teens and adults in the areas of medical psychology & mental health treatment.