Professor Michael Daffern
PhD, UniSA, Australia; Masters of Psychology (Clinical), Uni of Newcastle, Australia; Bachelor of Science (Psychology), UNSW, Australia
Professor Michael Daffern is convener of Swinburne’s Doctor of Psychology (Clinical and Forensic) training program and the Graduate Diploma of Forensic Psychology. In 2015, he was elected as a Fellow of the Australian Psychological Society.
Professor Daffern’s research interests focus on aggression and violent behaviour, and the assessment and treatment of offenders. A clinical psychologist by training, Professor Daffern has worked in prisons and in general and forensic mental health services in Australia and the UK since 1992.
Professor Daffern also has an appointment as Consultant Principal Psychologist with the Victorian Institute of Forensic Mental Health (Forensicare). He is former chair of the Australian Psychological Society College of Forensic Psychologists, and was awarded the Distinguished Contribution in Forensic Psychology award from the Australian Psychological Society in 2013.
Forensic psychology; Violence; Offender rehabilitation and assessment
Fields of Research
- Psychology And Cognitive Sciences Not Elsewhere Classified - 179999
Also published as: Daffern, Michael; Daffern, M.; Daffern, M. D.; Daffern, Michael D.
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