Associate Professor Monique Crane is the founder of Resilience Research and Training Systems. She is a registered psychologist, member of the Australian Psychological Society, and academic member of the College of Organisational Psychologists. She directs a program of research seeking to understand human resilience. Dr Crane has developed a new generation of resilience training based on accumulating research and theoretical advancements.
Kirsty Bucknell is a registered and endorsed organizational psychologist with over twenty years’ experience working in Australia and the UK, consulting to both public and private sectors. She is a fellow of the College of Organisational Psychologists, a member of the Australian Psychological Society, and an experienced non-executive director of NFPs. Kirsty is currently undertaking her PhD at Macquarie University exploring the roles of self-reflection and insight in resilience
Dr Anne-Marie Maxwell has a PhD in psychology and a background in early childhood education. She has over 20 years’ experience working with children and families in diverse contexts, including direct service delivery and research management at Tresillion. Dr Maxwell's research focuses on understanding the development of and exploring opportunities to strengthen the resilience of parents across the transition to parenthood. This project includes a focus on strengthening resilience in professionals who provide support to new parents in Australia’s largest early parenting support organisation.
Jasmine Bhatia is a provisionally registered psychologist, currently completing a Doctor of Philosophy and Master of Organisational Psychology at Macquarie University. Jasmine's interest in leadership has motivated her research pursuits to investigate the role of leaders' health-oriented behaviours on employee mental health and wellbeing outcomes in the workplace. Jasmine also brings industry-based skills in organisational transformation and change, linking evidence-based approaches to people-focused initiatives.
Seth Coetzee is a provisionally registered psychologist, currently completing a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and Master of Organisational Psychology at Macquarie University. His research is oriented around investigating the factors which promote team resilience, with a particular focus on the role of interpersonal emotion regulation strategies and developing a team after-action-review protocol which draws on collective experiences of psychological demands. Seth also brings a keen interest in complex systems science/philosophy and people analytics.
Dr Eyal Karin is an statistician and data scientist with a background in psychology. He specialises in clinical measurement and clinical evidence. Dr Karin's expertise in statistical methods supports the team to establish the evidence-base for developing resilience training programs.