Dr. Erin Falconer, PhD, MSc, LMSW
Dr. Falconer provides psychotherapy and consultation services for
individuals and their families who are dealing with the effects of coercive
control, cultic abuse, and complex trauma. She completed her MSW at
Columbia University in New York, and her PhD in Psychology, which
focused on the neuroscience of post-traumatic stress disorder, at the
University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. She also
completed post-graduate study in the psychology of coercive control at
the University of Salford (UK), and a Masters in Neuroscience at the
University of British Columbia (Canada). She is currently continuing her
advanced training in trauma-focused therapies at the Institute for
Contemporary Psychotherapy, as well as providing psychotherapy in
New York under the supervision of Michael Beck, LCSW at Refuge Psychotherapy, LCSW, PLLC.
Dr. Falconer’s therapeutic practice is considerate of the unique challenges and concerns for individuals who are navigating experiences with cultic influence and coercive control. Her approach is primarily psychodynamic and eclectic, and informed by her background in trauma-focused cognitive behavior therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, internal family systems, and
For more information, please visit Dr. Falconer's website.