Diane Hanna is a consultant psychologist, humanitarian, and artist. She has worked in some of the most challenging environments including, immigration detention, prisons, and the NSW Police Force, as well as serving almost seven years in the Australian Army. She has travelled extensively throughout Europe, South America, and the Middle East since 2002. Her artwork has been featured online by El Paris, Rudaw Media, and Medesins San Frontieres. She lives and practises in Brisbane, Australia.
Mosul Dreaming: An Australian Psychologist in Iraq
In 2017 Diane Hanna was offered a role to provide psychological services to international surgical team, 15km from the front line during the last battle of Mosul, Iraq. The mission had provided her with a restored sense of meaning and purpose, which compelled her to return and continue working in th...