Delphine Bostock
• Full registration and Forensic endorsement with Psychology Board of Australia –PSY001322038.
• Member of the Australian Psychological Society.
• Member of the APS Forensic College.
• Accredited Member – the NSW Child Sex Offenders Counsellor Accreditation Scheme.
• Member Australia and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law.

Delphine completed a Master of Forensic Psychology from the University of New South Wales. Since then, she has worked in forensic, clinical and research contexts. Delphine joined Duffy Robilliard in 2014. Prior to this she worked with Corrective Services NSW in the community-based sex offender program conducting risk assessments and treatment of convicted offenders.

Clinically, Delphine has worked in a psychiatric hospital facilitating groups for patients with mood and substance use disorders. She also established and facilitated a posttraumatic stress group for outpatients.

As a research psychologist at the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, Delphine was involved in a project that explored best practice treatment for comorbid trauma and alcohol abuse. Delphine was also involved in a research report through the Sentencing Council of New South Wales. This report addresses the issues raised by Wood CJ at CL in R v SLD [2002] NSWSC 758, and considers the views of the courts, criminal justice agencies and other relevant stakeholders in regards to sentencing options for serious young offenders.

Delphine is also a supervisor of Masters’ level Forensic Psychology students through the Wentworth Forensic Clinic; a joint collaboration between Corrective Services NSW and the University of New South Wales. Delphine is an endorsed Forensic Psychologist, member of the Australian Psychological Society and College of Forensic Psychologists, and listed as an accredited professional by the Office of the Guardian of Children to work with people who sexually offend against children. She is also an accredited supervisor.