Sally Thomson-Campora

Lecturer

Qualifications

Master of Counselling (QUT)
Graduate Diploma of Education (QUT)
Bachelor of Arts

Overview

Sally has worked in Counselling and Clinical Supervision roles for over 20 years across a range of contexts working with young people and families from a broad demographic and culturally diverse base. Prior to joining ACAP in January 2020, Sally worked as Practice Team Leader, for a national community services agency with a focus on programs for marginalised and vulnerable young people and families. A key component of this role entailed the provision of consultancy support for teams working with clients at risk of suicide, self-harm, domestic and family violence, self-harm, and child abuse.

Sally has worked in educational settings for many years with children and adolescents. Sally has experience that spans over 10 years in sessional tutoring, course development and lecturing in tertiary education within human services.

Teaching and Coordination Responsibilities

Sally teaches in the Bachelor of Counselling program.

Unit Coordinator – Counselling Skills Training 1.
Unit Coordinator – Family and Relationships Counselling.

Expert Comment Topics
Social justice
Mental health of young people
Suicide prevention

Professional registrations or accreditation

Academic registration with Australian Counselling Association.

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