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Dr Govind Krishnamoorthy

Dr Govind Krishnamoorthy
Name Govind Krishnamoorthy
Pronoun He/Him/His
Position Senior Lecturer (Psychology)
Section School of Psychology and Wellbeing
Office B333
Location Ipswich Campus
Phone +61 7 3812 6154
Extension 6154
Email
Qualifications BPsych(Hons) Griffith , BBehSc(Hons) Griffith , PhD Griffith

Dr Govind Krishnamoorthy is a clinical psychologist and senior lecturer in the School of Psychology and Wellbeing at the University of Southern Queensland, Australia. Dr. Krishnamoorthy's research and clinical practice focuses on improving mental health and educational outcomes for children and adolescents from marginalised backgrounds. For over 15 years, he has worked extensively with children and families exposed to abuse and neglect in both public and private sector. Dr. Krishnamoorthy has collaborated with health services, schools and community services in implementing practices and systems approaches for trauma informed care and recovery oriented practices.


  • Applied And Developmental Psychology ( 520100 )
  • Clinical And Health Psychology ( 520300 )
  • Clinical Psychology ( 520302 )
  • Health Services And Systems ( 420300 )
  • Educational Psychology ( 520102 )
  • Child And Adolescent Development ( 520101 )

Trauma-informed Behaviour Support, School Mental Health, Multi-tier Systems of Support
Child and Youth Mental Health, Recovery and reocvery-oriented care in youth with mental health concerns.
Digital and internet based mental health interventions.
Health Service Evaluation and Workforce capacity building.
Chronic illness in children and adolescents
Interdisciplinary communication


Registered Psychologist - Clinical Endorsement - Registration number: PSY0000974968
Board Approved Clinical Psychology Supervisor - Accredited with the Supervisor Training and Approval Program (STAP) – Clinical Endorsement


Member of the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS)
Fellow of APS College of Clinical Psychologists (FACCP)


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

Post-graduate clinical psychology courses: PSY8260: Advanced Child and Adolescent Psychology
Clinical Psychology Supervision


3 Years


9 Years


  • Applied And Developmental Psychology ( 520100 )
  • Clinical And Health Psychology ( 520300 )
  • Clinical Psychology ( 520302 )
  • Health Services And Systems ( 420300 )
  • Educational Psychology ( 520102 )
  • Child And Adolescent Development ( 520101 )