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Tindaro Fallo

Tindaro Fallo is a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist. He has trained in Italy and Australia. He offers both brief and ongoing psychological therapy for a broad range of psychological issues and relationship difficulties. His approach is analytical, relational, and interpersonal but is also influenced by behavioural approaches such as Stoicism, Naikan, Kaizen, and  Morita. 


Tindaro will help you work through troubling experiences in order to facilitate integration and personal growth. He will help you explore and understand interpersonal, social, and cultural contributions to what troubles you. Whether it’s your defences, your own attempts to work through your troubles or blind spots, Tindaro will guide you through the learning and transformational process.


You will need a referral to see Tindaro. 

Robert undertook his undergraduate training at the University of Adelaide before embarking on Masters level study in Clinical Psychology at Flinders University of SA. He also has a postgraduate Diploma in Hypnotherapy. He primarily utilises a Cognitive Behavioural approach to treatment, but compliments this with skills in Mindfulness-based CBT, Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Hypnotherapy.


Robert has over 30 years of experience as a Psychologist. Although he works with a wide range of disorders, Robert maintains special interests in Anxiety Disorders, trauma, adjustment to chronic injury and illness, and dealing with grief/loss. He has worked closely with insurers and rehabilitation providers to promote effective return to work (or restoration of functioning) for individuals effected by either physical or psychological injuries. He also enjoys life counselling, incorporating various philosophical approaches to dealing with life dilemmas and challenges.

Robert Tomlian

Fiona Fallo

Being a clinical psychologist and registered meditation teacher, Fiona Fallo provides an optimistic, empathetic approach to support mental health and wellbeing. 


Fiona is experienced in providing focused psychological therapies (including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy and Narrative therapies) for a wide range of mental health problems and disorders and for help navigating difficult life experiences including grief, loss and trauma. She has been working in Private Practice since 2001.


Fiona has also spent 11 years as Consultant Psychologist at Nunkuwarrin Yunti (Aboriginal community controlled Health clinic) and she continues to have a special interest in working with local Kaurna and Ngarrindjeri people as well as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples from across Australia. 


In her role as Meditation teacher Fiona runs group trainings from Barrett House, consults for Corporations and provides workshops (


Fiona accepts self-referred, privately paying clients as well as clients who have a Mental Health Care Plan from their General Practitioner. 

Valeria Cavallo is a Psychologist who offers brief and ongoing psychological therapy for a broad range of issues. She was born in Argentina, where she graduated as a Psychologist at the University of Buenos Aires in 1987. She did a Postgraduate 3 year course in Psychoanalysis, while practising Clinical Psychology in hospital and Private settings for 6 years.


She has been registered as a Psychologist in Australia, and has been practising since 1994, working in private practice with Barrett House as well as in organisational settings working with strategies of psychodynamic, relational and behavioural approaches. Valeria speaks fluent Spanish and Italian, and she has a special interest in cultural and migration issues.

You will need a referral to see Valeria.

Valeria Cavallo

Dr Reneshree Govender

Reneshree is a Psychologist (and Clinical Registrar supervised by Tindaro Fallo) with over 10 years of experience working in mental health across the lifespan in public, private and non-for-profit sectors. Reneshree completed her undergraduate and postgraduate PhD in Clinical Psychology at Flinders University South Australia focusing on building relationship resilience within couples following interpersonal transgressions to prevent relationship breakdowns. 


Reneshree implements a culturally-responsive, trauma-informed and person-centred approach utilising a range of psychological therapies including Psychodynamic, Cognitive Behavioural, Eye-Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectic Behavioural Therapy (DBT), Image Rescripting, Mindfulness and Schema Therapy. Reneshree welcomes clients aged 14+, Work Cover and NDIS.


Reneshree specialises in resolving trauma/PTSD, depression and anxiety, Chronic Pain management, the treatment of Panic Disorder/OCD,  Borderline Personality Disorder, Bipolar I & II, resolving grief and loss, relationship difficulties, supporting school difficulties, ADHD, learning disorders and therapy for culturally diverse and First Nations people. She works to provide a compassionate, collaborative and safe space for clients. Reneshree will work with you to identify the problems in your life, understand the contributors of these problems and together work toward resolving them. 

Dr Cheng completed her medical studies in South Australia and has been a Fellow with Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists since 2005. Since graduating, Dr Cheng has worked in a number of public and private health systems both in South Australia and interstate. Her interests include youth mental health, general adult psychiatry and gender dysphoria. Her work at Barrett House predominantly focuses on providing once- off psychiatric assessments.

Dr Georgina Cheng 

Specialist Psychiatrist

MBBS, FRANZCP, Diploma Hypnosis

Dr Georgina Cheng

Dr Geetha Giri

Dr Giri has been a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists since 2014. She is able to provide once-off assessments. Psychotherapy is an area of interest and she is able to offer brief and long term options. Patient prescriptions would be managed by your GP or by your psychiatrist if you already have one. 

When calling Barrett House, you will have the opportunity to speak to one of our lovely admin staff whether it would be booking or changing an appointment, booking an initial consult or asking any and all questions you may have regarding Barrett House and its practitioners.

Administration Team

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