Dr. Kay Ayre EdD, MLI, Grad Dip (EC), BEd, Dip Teach (Primary)
EdD (Doctor of Education), Queensland University of Technology
Master of Learning Innovation, Queensland University of Technology
Graduate Diploma Early Childhood, Queensland University of Technology
Bachelor of Education, Queensland University of Technology
Diploma of Teaching (Primary), Griffith University
Member of Early Childhood Australia (ECA)
Dr Kay Ayre is a lecturer in Early Childhood Studies at Edith Cowan University, Western Australia. She has worked extensively with disengaged and disruptive children, their teachers and schools. Kay has a passion for helping build the capacity of teachers, to develop and maintain positive, inclusive classrooms with a focus on supporting children with trauma who demonstrate serious, disruptive behaviour. Her research and her teaching, focus on challenging behaviour of children with and without trauma, trauma-informed positive behaviour support, functional behaviour assessment and childhood wellbeing and resilience.
Dr. Govind Krishnamoorthy PhD (Clinical Psychology) BPsych (Hons) BBSc. MAPS
Clinical Psychologist - Provider Number: 4858271B
PhD in Clinical Psychology, Griffith University
AHPRA Accredited Supervisor - Clinical Psychology
Bachelor of Psychology (Honours), Griffith University
Bachelor of Behavioural Science, Griffith University
Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS)
Dr Govind Krishnamoorthy is a lecturer in the School of Psychology and Counselling at the University of Southern Queensland, Australia. Govind's clinical practice and research focuses on improving mental health and educational outcomes for children, adolescents and families from marginalised backgrounds. He has worked with extensively children and families exposed to abuse and neglect. Govind collaborated extensively with schools and a number of child welfare services, in implementing systems approaches for trauma informed and attachment sensitive practices.