Hope has been identified as one of the key determining factors contributing to successful therapeutic outcomes, such as client change. Research on the role of hope in counselling psychology from the perspective of practitioners, however, has received little attention until very recently. This interpretative phenomenological analysis study explored seven counselling interns’ experiences of hope in their personal lives and professional practices and examined how they perceived hope influences their counselling practices. Data for the analysis was collected utilizing semi-structured interviews. The data analysis yielded six key themes (The Symmetry in Personal and Professional Hope, Hope as Personally Meaningful Multifaceted Construct, Counsellors’ Understandings of Hope, Counsellors’ Visible Identifications of Hope, Relationships as Sources of Nurturing Hope, and Challenges with Hope in Professional Practice) and twenty-nine related subthemes. Implications for counselling, and counsellor training and education, as well as directions for future research are discussed.