Meet Our Team
Corrine Fallon, Psy.d
Dr. Fallon is a licensed psychologist with a background in child and adolescent assessment and therapy. She received her doctorate in school psychology from Duquesne University. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at Wesley Spectrum Services with a focus on neurodevelopmental disorders--particularly Autism Spectrum Disorders, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, trauma, and conduct disorders.
She completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Wesley Spectrum Services and Southwood Psychiatric Hospital with a focus on diagnosis and treatment implementation for the aforementioned disorders in both the inpatient and outpatient settings. Dr. Fallon also has extensive experience in the educational setting, performing psycho-educational evaluations, consulting with educators and administration, and implementing individual and group therapy.
Dr. Fallon utilizes a cognitive-behavioral approach to therapy, emphasizing a child's strengths to improve emotional regulation and equip themselves with the proper emotional tools to become the best version of themselves and reach their true potential.
Chelsea Williams, M.Ed.
Chelsea is a predoctoral intern at Fallon Psych and is completing her doctorate at Duquesne
University’s PsyD in School Psychology program. She holds master’s degrees in Educational and
Child Psychology and has 10+ years of experience working with at-risk youth and their families
in the public, private, and alternative school systems. Throughout her doctoral training, Chelsea
has completed field experiences in juvenile justice and correctional facilities and served on legal
teams supporting justice-involved children. Most recently, she implemented a trauma-focused
curriculum for the juvenile offenders who are incarcerated at Allegheny County Jail.
With a background in school psychology, Chelsea understands the importance of working
collaboratively with parents, teachers, pediatricians, and other professionals to ensure that all
areas of a child’s needs are addressed.
At Fallon Psych, Chelsea is focusing on the assessment and treatment of children and
adolescents who are experiencing social, behavioral and/or mental health problems, with a
special interest in the impact of childhood trauma on development.
Through comprehensive psychological evaluations, Chelsea can provide diagnostic impressions
and identify targets for intervention to improve the child’s outcomes.