Kelly Hunt

Kelly Hunt

Originally from the UK, Kelly has called Australia home since 2010. She is a warm, open and approachable psychologist, dedicated to ensuring her clients feel seen, heard and supported without any fear of judgement.

As a creative thinker Kelly excels at engaging clients with innovative, personalised approaches. Her diverse life experiences, including having lived in the UK, USA and Germany, being a parent to three children, and transitioning to psychology as a second career, have provided her with a unique perspective and the ability to adapt with ease. This also enables her to provide care for a wide range of clients, regardless of their roles or position in society.

Kelly has experience working with many presentations from adjustment disorder, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, moral injury, post-traumatic stress and relationship concerns. She is familiar with various therapeutic approaches such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Motivational Interviewing, Psychoeducation and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT). Kelly is also a qualified Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR) therapist and is SIRA accredited. Kelly uses her experience and training to take a collaborative approach with her clients, ensuring individually tailored treatment plans that meet their specific needs and treatment goals.

Supporting First Responders and their families is a passion for Kelly, and providing culturally aware assistance as they navigate the effects of their unique workplace psychological injuries, and the worker’s compensation process is important to her. In her spare time, she volunteers with First Responder organisations to deepen her understanding and enhance her ability to support the First Responder community.

Kelly holds a Graduate Diploma and Honours in Psychology as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Film & TV. Outside of work, she enjoys baking, crafting, watching movies with her children and walking her dog, Otis.

Days Available: Mondays to Thursdays