But now new details emerge as her Facebook page reveals the 47-year-old had been hypnotised just weeks before her passing.
Schofield recently posted a five-star review on a hypnotherapy page – expressing the service had helped think straight and made her calmer a few weeks before her death.
The post that was written in February read: 'Your sessions and audio recording have been life-changing for me. I am calmer, I have clarity in my thoughts and I am finding mindfulness so easy now.
'To anyone who is thinking of making an appointment, do it, she is amazing and could just be the answer you are looking for.'
Last week, police said Schofield was travelling with her husband and three children who are aged 12 to 16.
While it was originally thought to be an accident, but after the search for the woman was underway, Queensland Police Inspector Rob Graham made an official statement, confirming the late mother’s death was intentional.
'This wasn't an accident," he revealed to reporters. "Let be open and honest about mental health.'
'It's a tragic end to what should have been a lifetime holiday experience for a loving family.'
This article originally appeared on WHO.