Our Clinical Staff
We maintain a high standard of recruitment requirements to ensure that our staff have the qualifications, experience and characteristics required to work with our diverse and high need clients. All staff of Bunbury Counselling are of a very high standard, and are engaged in regular professional development, supervision and practice review.
We employ clinicians with a blend of therapeutic and practical expertise. Our staff have the capacity to work individuals, with couples, families, groups and communities; and professional groups. Cross cultural competence is always an essential criteria; as is working with people with from other minority groups or lifestyle practices.
Our practice was developed on social work ideals, and therefore our staff are willing and able to work in diverse ways to meet client needs. In our experience ‘depression’ is not always clinical, sometimes it requires the management of practical issues (housing, food, finances) rather than a clinical CBT approach. In this way we blend therapeutic and pragmatic to provide holistic services that meet the needs of our clients.
CARRINA HAMPTON Director
BSW MAASW(acc) AMHSW CSFT MEAPAA DipCHt
Carrina Hampton is an experienced Social Worker, Counsellor, Educator and Consultant; with experience in a range of human service settings. Her experience in direct client work, program design and management, community development and community organisations, provides a strong basis for community and client work. Carrina is an Accredited Mental Health Social Worker, Clinical Hypnotherapist, Pregnancy Support Counsellor, Systemic Family Therapist and registered Medicare Provider. Her Social Work background, coupled with a post-graduate Masters qualification in Meditation teaching and Holistic Human Development, see’s Carrina specialise in interpersonal and relational counselling suitable for individual, couples and families seeking support with mental health, communication and relationship matters.
KELLY HOPE Counsellor/aMaze Case Manager
Kelly is a Counsellor with a diverse background. Raised by Deaf Parents, Kelly is a CODA “Child of Deaf Adult” who encompasses Auslan in many aspects of her practice (CODA Counselling, Interpretation Services, Auslan Teaching). Kelly is passionate about holistic practice with children and adults, and works with individuals, couples and families. As an avid learner, Kelly is an inspiring Educator whose love for learning is contagious.