Cleo Burke - Psychologist

CFIH Psychologist Cleo Burke

Cleo Burke is a highly skilled psychologist at the Centre for Integrative Health (CFIH) specializing in working with individuals across the lifespan who face challenges related to eating disorders.

With a master's degree in educational and developmental psychology, Cleo brings expertise in addressing a wide range of mental and physical health conditions across the lifespan, including a specific interest in working with Binge Eating Disorder and Bulimia Nervosa, as well as eating disorders with comorbid chronic health conditions.

Cleo's approach stands out for its holistic perspective on health and wellness. She recognizes the interconnectedness of mental and physical well-being and incorporates this understanding into her therapeutic interventions. Cleo utilises evidence-based treatment models, with training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Family Based Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and attachment based interventions such as the Circle Of Security.

Clients value Cleo's compassionate and empathetic approach. She creates a safe and non-judgmental space for individuals to explore their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. Cleo's goal is to empower her clients to develop healthier relationships with food, their bodies, and themselves. Collaborating with clients across the lifespan, she equips them with the necessary tools and strategies to overcome their challenges and achieve long-term well-being.

As a highly regarded member of the CFIH team, Cleo Burke's expertise in educational and developmental psychology, combined with her commitment to holistic health, makes her an invaluable resource for individuals seeking comprehensive and compassionate care for clients with eating disorders.