Daphne Hewson, Ph.D
Daphne (Daf) Hewson is a Sydney/Alice Springs psychologist who is committed to reflective supervision as the key to maintaining professional standards and sustaining health professionals in the demands of their coal-face work. She has a background as an academic (training clinical and counselling psychologists and Indigenous Health Workers) and a practitioner (specialising in working with adult survivors of childhood trauma). She teaches reflective supervision around Australia and internationally, and recently co-authored ‘Reflective Practice in Supervision’ with Michael Carroll. Daf established the Reflective Practice workshops and has acted as trainer and mentor to Janet and Mark since the 1990s.
Financial: Daphne Hewson has an employment relationship with the Department of Health; and Dympna House. She receives compensation as a speaker for various government agencies and NGOs in Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore. Dr. Hewson is an author and receives royalties.
Non-financial: Daphne Hewson has no relevant non-financial relationship to disclose.