About Our Team
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Meet our Team
Kerry is the co-founder and owner of Kids in Harmony. She has been facilitating the Kids in Harmony Wellbeing Program from the very first term in July 2003. Having worked in early childhood since 1999, her passion and devotion to supporting the wellbeing of children, families, teachers and schools is obvious as soon as you meet her.
Kerry is a Wellbeing Educator - Qualified Professional Coach, Circle of Security Facilitator, Parent Talk System Trainer, Certified Remedial Massage Therapist, Certified Infant Massage Instructor, Fun Friends & Friends for Life Facilitator, 1-2-3 Magic Facilitator and Qualified adult and child yoga teacher and also has certificates in Mindfulness, Aromatherapy and Stress Management.
Kerry is the author of I Love My Body Book, The Little Book of Harmony and the Harmony Cards for Kids (resources to nurture wellbeing; strengths, virtues, values). Kerry has developed online courses for parents and teachers with her signature Choice Guidance Approach - 3 Steps to Emotion Coaching and Nurturing Growth Mindset. Can-Do Growth Mindset Toolkit. Teaching Kids Gratitude. Emotional Calm Technique and many more.
Her broad range of qualifications includes a Diploma in Positive Psychology and Wellbeing, Diploma in Counselling, Strengths Coach, Basic training in Choice Theory, Reality Therapy and Lead Management, Advanced training in ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) and a Cert IV in Life Coaching and a Certificate IV Workplace Training and Assessment. Kerry has had the privileged of supporting over 20000 families over the past 17 years. It is her experience in wellbeing education and parent support along with her personal experiences as a mother that lead to her strong belief that as parents and caregivers we are our children’s first and most important teachers and to acknowledge the positive influence that our children's teachers can play in their lives.
It was through her desire to provide her own son, Isaac, with an ideal learning environment both at home and in the world – one that focused on parent/child connections and family wellbeing –that Kids in Harmony was born.
Kerry is committed to encouraging a sense of self-belief in children and their families and is proud to be part of such a positive service to her community having supported over 20 000 families in the past 17 years. Her mission is to support parents, teachers and schools to nurture resilient, kind and connected children through music, values, mindset and mindfulness education.
Lucia was the original co-creator of the Kids in Harmony program Music and Life skills from July 2003 to July 2004 – Since July 2004 Kids in Harmony has been reprogrammed as a Music and Values Education program.
Due to the health of Lucia’s son in 2003, Lu chose to be with her family and left Kids in Harmony in June 2004 in the capable hands of Kerry. Lucia is the co-owner of Arties Music and still plays a musical advisory role in the Kids in Harmony program and continues to give support to the centre.
Lucia and her husband Wayne were instrumental in the birth of Kids in Harmony and it was the original “funky purple shed” behind Arties Music that gave Kids in Harmony its original home and foundation.
Kate has been a facilitator at Kids in Harmony for 14 years and is a much loved and adored member of the team.
Kids in Harmony blossoms in her presence and with Kate’s love of children and values education brings peace and harmony to the centre.
Kate completed her Certificate in Childcare from the College of Early Childhood Studies in Indooroopilly, Brisbane. She is a trained children’s yoga teacher incorporating safe yoga practices into the Kids in Harmony program from babies to children aged seven. She also trained with Monkey Magic Yoga for children three to 14 years. Kate is passionate about values, virtues and character strengths and plays an advisory role in the Kids in Harmony program and the written handouts. Kate is currently studying a Diploma of Children's Services.
She is committed to teaching children to love and appreciate who they are in their developing years, and believes that this provides the foundation for healthy, self-confident young people.