Liz Fallon, MA, LCMHC, NCC
Education: Ms. Fallon earned her Bachelor of Science degree at The Pennsylvania State University in Psychology with a minor in Human Development and Family Studies. During her undergraduate studies, Liz worked in a research lab that focused on clinical psychology, executive functioning and social information processing, and family dynamics within underserved populations. Ms. Fallon then earned her Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at UNC Charlotte and served as the Mental Health Counseling Chair for UNCC’s chapter of Chi Sigma Iota, the national honor society in counseling.
Clinical Practice: Liz welcomes teens (12+), adults and families of all genders, races, ideologies and bodies into her practice. She takes a trauma-informed, integrative clinical approach that highlights the rediscovery of client values, deepens the mind-body connection, and assists the client in making meaning of their unique experiences. Ms. Fallon also combines scientifically proven approaches with a creative outlook to help clients heal and grow. Successful counseling or psychotherapy, she believes, is dependent on the creation of a space of trust between client and clinician.
Liz specializes in working clinically with individuals experiencing eating disorders and who struggle with self-worth, and body image concerns. In the past, she served as the clinical lead while working at an eating disorder treatment facility and is skilled in treating the spectrum of eating disorders. Ms. Fallon also focuses on exploring gender, sexuality, and identity development in a safe, non-judgmental space and she is a member of the Charlotte Transgender Healthcare Group.
Clinical Team Membership: Ms. Fallon co-chairs the LGBTQ Sensitive Counseling and Psychotherapy Team. She is also a member of the Child, Adolescent, Parent and Family Team and the Trauma Recovery Support and Psychotherapy Team.
Location: Liz is located at our Sharon Road/South Park office where she accepts Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Cigna and out-of-network benefits.