This chapter describes a model of reflective playwork practice to demonstrate in a practical way how the witness position can be understood and implemented by the playworker. The model also identifies the potential for children to be reflective and to develop their own witness position. The play process was described in detail and termed the play cycle by Sturrock and Else. The child has an inner and outer view of the world and the start of the play process consists of a play cue that is derived from the “metalude” or child’s inner psyche. The cue enters the outer world and is time limited. Reflective practice is a psychological process that involves reflecting both on action and in action. The work of playworkers supporting the play process can be considered to be in the importance of making appropriate choices will involve their prior knowledge and experiences.