ABOUT FIONA FALLS
Service Director & Clinical Psychologist
Fiona Falls is a Clinical Psychologist with many years experience working therapeutically with adults across the life-span, children, teenagers, parents and families.
Fiona completed her Bachelor and Master of Psychology (Clinical) degrees at the University of Western Australia and since then has worked in mental health services in both Australia and the United Kingdom where she forged links with Oxford University as a supervisor for Doctorate of Clinical Psychology students.
Fiona now works in private practice with people presenting with a wide range of challenges including depression, anxiety, eating disorders, addiction, illness/chronic-pain, relationship problems, trauma, grief and developmental problems in children.
Fiona's formal training is in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Systemic (family) therapies, Narrative Therapy and Acceptance & Committment Therapy. She is particularly interested in Mindfulness-based approaches having seen the immediate and lasting benefits they can bring to people's lives.
Qualifications: Bachelor of Science (Hons), Master of Psychology (Clinical).
Professional Registration: AHPRA Psychology Board of Australia.