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Dr Govind Krishnamoorthy

Name Govind Krishnamoorthy
Position Lecturer (Psychology)
Section School of Psychology and Counselling
Office B333
Location Ipswich Campus
Phone +61 7 3812 6154
Extension 6154
Email
Qualifications BPsych(Hons) Griffith , BBehSc(Hons) Griffith , PhD Griffith

Research interests
Trauma informed behaviour support
Child and youth mental health
Recovery in youth with mental health disorders.
Digital and internet based mental health interventions.
Innovative mental health workforce capacity building.
Chronic illness in children and adolescents
Mental health service evaluation

Professional memberships
REGISTERED PSYCHOLOGIST (QLD) – CLINICAL ENDORSEMENT
Registration number: PSY0000974968

BOARD APPROVED CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY SUPERVISOR
Accredited with the Supervisor Training and Approval Program (STAP) – Clinical Endorsement

MEMBER OF AUSTRALIAN PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCEITY (MAPS)

ACCREDITED PRACTITIONER
Screening Tool for Assessing Risk of Suicide (STARS) – Licensed Practitioner
Triple P Parenting Program – Level 4 – Accredited Trainer and Practitioner.
Circle of Security Parenting Program – Accredited Trainer and Practitioner.
Tuning into Kids and Teens Parenting Program – Accredited Trainer and Practitioner.
Together in Mind Perinatal and Infant Mental Health Day Program– Accredited Trainer

USQ Research affiliations

  • Institute for Resilient Regions (IRR)
  • Centre for Health, Informatics and Economic Research (CHIER)

Currently teaching courses/programs
Post-graduate clinical psychology courses:
PSY8260: Advance Child and Adolescent Psychology
COU5001: Couples and Family Counselling
PSY5050: Research Methods for Practitioners

Teaching experience(Tertiary)
2 Years

Teaching experience(Other)
8 Years

Research most recent
Krishnamoorthy, G, & Ayre, K., (2020) Trauma informed behaviour support. Toowoomba, QLD: University of Southern Queensland.

Krishnamoorthy, G., Hessing, P., Middeldorp, C., & Branjerdporn, M. (2020). Effects of the ‘Circle of Security’ Group Parenting Program (COS-P) With Foster Carers: An Observational Study. Children and Youth Services Review, 105082.

Krishnamoorthy, G., Davis, P., O’Donovan, A., McDermott, B., & Mullens, A. (2020). Through Benevolent Eyes: the Differential Efficacy of Perspective Taking and Cognitive Reappraisal on the Regulation of Shame. International Journal of Cognitive Therapy, 1-26.

Collier, S., Bryce, I., Trimmer, K., & Krishnamoorthy, G. (2020) Evaluating frameworks for practice in mainstream primary school classrooms catering for children with developmental trauma: an analysis of the literature. Children’s Australia, 1-8.



Publications in ePrints

Krishnamoorthy, Govind and Rees, Bronwyn (2020) Coping with COVID-19: Understanding and managing the impact of pandemics. In: Coping with COVID-19: Returning to face-to-face learning: Training provided to Goodna State School staff, 8 May, 2020, Goodna, Australia.

Krishnamoorthy, Govind and Hessing, Paula and Middeldorp, Christel and Branjerdporn, Melissa (2020) Effects of the ‘Circle of Security’ group parenting program (COS-P) with foster carers: An observational study. Children and Youth Services Review, 115:105082. pp. 1-8. ISSN 0190-7409

Collier, Simone and Bryce, IndiaORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3616-8003 and Trimmer, Karen and Krishnamoorthy, Govind (2020) Evaluating frameworks for practice in mainstream primary school classrooms catering for children with developmental trauma: an analysis of the literature. Children Australia. pp. 1-8. ISSN 1035-0772

Krishnamoorthy, Govind and Ayre, Kay and Rees, Bronwyn (2020) Helping children who have been affected by bushfires. Reflections, 2020 (1). pp. 3-6.

Krishnamoorthy, Govind and Davis, Penelope and O'Donovan, Analise and McDermott, Brett and Mullens, Amy (2020) Through Benevolent Eyes: the Differential Efficacy of Perspective Taking and Cognitive Reappraisalon the Regulation of Shame. International Journal of Cognitive Therapy. pp. 1-26. ISSN 1937-1209

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