About

Catherine Falco

Psychologist and Clinical Family Therapist

BBehSc, BPsych (Hons 1), MMH (Family Therapy)

I have worked as a counsellor for 26 years. My clinical background is in child and adolescent mental health (Kids Helpline / child and youth mental health service / school psychologist), however I have provided therapy for adults and families for the last 15 years. I recently commenced a research PhD at the University of Sydney and I am a member of the Ecological Emotions Research Lab.

In 2019, I graduated from a Master of Mental Health specialising in Family Therapy, and my research project led to a peer-reviewed article published in the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy. Integrative practice for the beginning family therapist: Bringing it back to basics, is required reading for students at the Queensland Institute of Family Therapy.

I grew up in Brisbane and moved to northern New South Wales in 2011. My cultural background is Italian. My mother was born in a village near Venice, and my father was born near Naples. My parents immigrated to Australia as children with their families. As the first-born of my generation I’m named after my paternal grandmother, Caterina, who was named after her paternal grandmother.

Jacinda Kleidon

Administration Support

My role at the practice is managing financial and client records.

I have worked in administration and office support for over 15 years, with a special interest in the community and health sectors.

I live in Murwillumbah and have two primary school-aged sons. I enjoy gardening for both relaxation and a challenge.

I work at the practice on Wednesdays.

 


Practice specialities include

    • Anxiety disorders
    • Depression
    • Grief and bereavement
    • Ecological anxiety and grief
    • Family relationships
    • School-related concerns
    • Psychosomatic complaints
    • Sexuality
    • Spirituality


Medicare or private health insurance rebates are available for eligible clients.

Fees for 2024: Standard fee $160 / Concession fee $135