Overview about Tanya Campbell

Tanya is a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner and Nationally Accredited Mediator (NMAS Mediator) located in Brisbane.

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Phone contact – 0412 411 294

Tanya Campbell

Qualifications and Accrediations

  • NMAS Accredited Mediator
  • Accredited Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner
  • Diploma of Counselling
  • Certificate III in Micro Business Operations

More about Tanya

Tanya Campbell is a NMAS Accredited Mediator and Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner who is based in Brisbane.

Inspired by her own personal experience in complex and protracted Family Court proceedings in Australia and Hong Kong, she began a career in Family Dispute Resolution to assist others resolve family matters amicably and quickly. Having undergone similar experiences, she can empathise with the challenges families are facing while remaining professional to deliver the best possible outcome from mediation.

Tanya firmly believes mediation enables family members to reduce conflict, save costs and time during the Family Court process. Using a blend of mediation practices, effective communication, critical thinking and problem solving, she works with both parties to achieve a harmonious and fair outcome for families.

As a passionate advocate for families, she offers support to assist those requiring mediation services or help with preparing a parenting plan or drafting of consent orders.

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