Santiago Fallon, PhD., LMHC, NCC
Santiago is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with the Florida Department of Health. Mr. Fallon received his Bachelor’s and Master's degrees at the University of Central Florida. Santiago is a National Certified Counselor and also holds certifications in hypnotherapy and gerontology. He received his PhD. at Barry University, with a specialization in Marital, Couple, Family Counseling and Therapy. He conducts workshops in marriage and divorce issues, stress and anger management, and relaxation techniques and hypnotherapy. He is multi-lingual and has conducted training at international conferences in three continents.
He has been a psychotherapist in private practice since 1999. He has worked with chronically mentally ill adults suffering from schizoaffective and bi-polar disorders to more common anxiety and mood disorders. He has been a psychotherapist at the Sexual Trauma Recovery Center/The Healing Tree at Arnold Palmer Hospital and at Centaur/Central Florida Aids Unified Resources. Mr. Fallon has also held the position of clinical supervisor for the Family Trauma Center at Kids House of Seminole. At Kids House, Mr. Fallon helped develop the mental health program which focuses on helping children and families, that have experienced any type of abuse or that have experienced trauma. He is currently an Honorary Board Member for Safe House, a domestic violence shelter in Seminole county and he is a Senior Advisor Consultant for The Dustin Project, a faith based grief counseling program.
He works with families, couples, children, adolescents, and individual clients in private practice. He is very interested in collaborative approaches for divorcing families, including family mediation and parent coordination. He continues his development of post-modern approaches to psychotherapy, with a mind, body and spirit approach.