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Susan De Campo

Susan is the Director and founder of LifeCare Consultancy. With 20 years experience in private practice as a Registered Counsellor specialising in loss and grief, young people and relationship therapy and over 30 years experience as a Registered Nurse, Susan has a strong appreciation of the complexities associated with negotiating a relationship breakdown. She teaches counselling related courses at UQ and QUT and delivers training and workshops both locally and nationally. Susan is also a Fellow of the Queensland Counsellors Association.

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It’s not always about alienation: A look at parental rejection/absence

it is clear there are many other reasons why children may not have contact with a parent following parental separation.

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14 Ways to Rebuild a Broken Relationship with your Child

Separation can strain and damage the parent-child relationship. Take steps to rebuild the relationship with your child and leave past conflicts behind.


Separation – Looking through the hourglass

Family Law is fraught with complexity, competing interests, suffering and potent, palpable anger. The process of separating undoubtedly qualifies as a high stress life event with many individuals experiencing significant anxiety, depression, increased substance abuse and difficulty regulating their emotions.

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How to make supervised contact work for you and your child

There are few areas of the law that evoke a more passionate response than family law. This is because our children hold a special place in our heart and most of us want to enjoy a warm and loving relationship with our child. When the freedom to enjoy this relationship is threatened, we can feel …

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