Sue is a Charles Sturt University graduate and has worked for CSU in a number of roles spanning a period of 28 years. She has lengthy industry experience mainly working with children and families, and has worked predominantly in rural communities. Her work areas include Child Protection, Early Intervention, Child and Adolescent Mental Health. Sue has had the opportunity to work in both the non-government and government sector and has a particular interest in development of children’s identity. Sue also has a keen interest in systems and how they impact on families and children. Sue also has a long term interest in social work field education and has been in numerous roles supporting students on placement including field educator, placement academic, supervisor and academic liaison.
WEL409 Grief, Loss and Change
HCS400 Social Work Theory and Practice 4
SPE 211 Foundations of Social Policy
Grief and Loss
Development of Identity
Social Work in rural practice settings