Willow Tree Training Pty Ltd, commenced trading in 2000, Initially in South Australia, we moved to the South Coast of NSW in 2002.
We build strong community and organisational partnerships that both identify need and develop leading edge response to address needs.
Our programs and services have a reputation for quality attracting state and federal government funding.
Our strong organisational commitment is to grow sustainable capacity within individuals, families, groups and communities.
The Willow Tree Training Pty Ltd team are experienced and qualified community services workers ensuring a high level of professionalism.
Through our indigenous team members we have the ability to ensure our programs and services are considered and delivered in an appropriate cultural context.
Mark has over 30 years experience in the youth and community services sector.
This experience has seen Mark manage services both within residential settings and the wider community.
Mark is a conflict resolution trainer, mediator, suicide prevention trainer, program developer and group worker.
Katie is a qualified family worker and program facilitator who is undertaking her degree in Social Science - major in Child and Community.
Katie has extensive experience with family case management, working with adults with mental health through the recovery model, families experiencing domestic and family violence and facilitating groups.
Katie is trained to deliver parenting programs Bringing up Great Kids and Protective Behaviours. She is also trained to deliver domestic and family violence program Balancing the See Saw.
Jody is a qualified family support and youth worker with a Diploma in Community Services and also a trained program facilitator. Jody has also worked as a Community Development project worker for Shoalhaven City Council.
Jody has vast experience working with families in a case management model, the Drug and Alcohol parenting and pregnancy support service and developing and delivering youth programs and other groups.
Jody is a qualified Triple P (Positive Parenting Program) Level 4 and Level 5 facilitator and is also trained to deliver parenting program Protective Behaviours and domestic and family violence program Balancing the See Saw.
Jordan is a Walbunga man. He has significant experience within indigenous and non indigenous government organisations in N.S.W and the A.C.T.
These roles have equipped Jordan well to continue his personal commitments to increase the participation, health and welfare of his people.
Jordan is a strong believer in cultural identity, a dancer and very interested in connecting young indigenous people with their families and culture.