Our WorkingWell Counsellors
WorkingWell has qualified and experienced counsellors across Australia.
All our WorkingWell Counsellors:
- Are all tertiary qualified
- Are approved as Family and Child Counsellors by the Attorney General Department under the Family Law Act
- Receive regular professional supervision and training
- Hold Suitability Cards for Working with Children issued by the Commission for Children and Young People
Ali joined CatholicCare in 2021 bringing over five years’ experience in the mental health space obtained within organisations such as Headspace and Step Up Step Down in Mackay.
Ali has a number of qualifications including:
– A Diploma in Mental Health Studies
– A Master in Social Work
– A Complex Trauma Certification
– A Gottman level 1 relationship counselling course
Alongside working with individuals and couples experiencing relationship difficulties, Ali can support people who have a mental health diagnosis and tailor specific counselling to their needs. His previous experience in the area of complex trauma enables him to work with people who have PTSD. Ali also has the expertise to work with the younger members of the community (ages 12-25).
In his free time Ali likes watching and playing cricket, swimming and spending time with his friends and family. He also regularly volunteers within his local community.
Campbell is an experienced counsellor with a Diploma in Counselling and extensive training as a Family Therapist.
With more than 30 years experience in the field, Campbell has supported a diverse range of clients from communities throughout New South Wales and Queensland, including rural and remote areas.
Campbell and his wife hail from the Sunshine Coast, where they lived for many years raising their four children. His own experience with raising a family, as well as observing others, has provided Campbell with unique insights into families, parenthood and relationships.
With a solution-focused approach, Campbell enjoys seeing his clients freed from the tyranny of their past, develop their own strengths, take responsibility for their decisions and nurture themselves towards success.
Neil is a registered psychologist and one of our most experienced clinicians with over 35 years in the human services and mental health fields and employed with CatholicCare since 1998.
During this time he has worked with countless clients across all genders and age groups as well as with the indigenous community. This includes a decade of child protection work for the State Government.
In his free time, Neil is a keen reader, gardener and plant collector and also has an active interest in archery.
Prabha joined CatholicCare in 2021 bringing with her over five years’ experience in the counselling space, having previously worked in the field of addiction recovery.
She is a Level 2 Registered Counsellor with Australian Counselling Association and a Certified practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming, Yoga, Time Base Therapy and Neuro Relationship Therapy. She is also currently studying for her Masters in Counselling.
Prabha’s passion is working in the field of mindfulness and life coaching. She has a special interest in couples counselling which is an essential skill for our Family Relationship Centre team.
In her free time Prabha enjoys getting out into nature with her family, cooking and getting lost in a thought-provoking book.
Suzie’s qualifications include a BSc (Hons) in Psychology.
Suzie is interested in the connection between mental and physical health.
She focuses on the promotion of positive health behaviours and supporting individuals, couples and families to manage stress, increase self-esteem, enhance personal relationships, manage conflict and improve communication.