Counsellor Central Coast Trauma Centre



About us

At Central Coast Trauma Centre, we see ourselves as occupying a unique place in the Mental Health space of the Central Coast. We aim to be a centre for excellence in treating and understanding trauma and its effects. We hope to keep developing our staff and our capabilities to include children’s services. We are passionate about all levels of society having access to the most cutting edge treatments to help heal trauma. Equality is a big deal to Central Coast Trauma Centre. When you work for Central Coast Trauma Centre, you’ll feel valued and supported by our strong commitment to learning, flexibility, and a positive culture of teamwork and cooperation. Come work for us and get in on the ground level with an up and coming practice that is experiencing rapid growth.



Qualifications & experience


  • You’ll have recognised qualifications and demonstrated experience in counselling
  • You’ll have excellent written and oral communication
  • You’ll have an advanced understanding of trauma and the effects on clients across the life span
  • Your friendly and positive way of working with people will be obvious in how you considerately and professionally communicate with patients, their families, visitors, and your colleagues
  • You’ll be collaborative, adaptable, work well within a team environment, and able to work independently
  • You’ll be empathetic, systematic, detail-oriented, and prepared to embrace Central Coast Trauma Centre’s everyday values of excellence and integrity.
  • You’ll have a high level of customer focus
  • Have tertiary qualifications in, psychology, or other discipline relevant to the provision of counselling services
  • Level 3 or 4 member of the Australian Counselling Association or a clinical member of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia
  • Demonstrate a minimum of 3 years’ experience as a fully registered provider of clinical services in your profession • have a current Working with Children Check clearance • have a current National Police Check.




Tasks & responsibilities


  • Providing trauma informed counselling for clients, Carers, and families of the client
  • Attending appropriate professional supervision
  • Attending to your own administration tasks as appropriate
  • Attending Team Meetings as appropriate
  • Participating in Quality Management and staff development activities
  • Wholeheartedly contributing to a culture of excellence and continuous quality improvement,
  • Actively contributing to a culture of comradery and teamwork.
  • Supporting the mission of Central Coast Trauma Centre
  • Assisting in group facilitation where appropriate






  • Training and mentoring in a Trauma Processing modality
  • Clinical Supervision 





Central Coast Trauma Centre

Job Salary

Part time