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Because parenthood isn’t always peachy…

Because parenthood isn’t always peachy…

Current Opportunities

We currently have the following positions available:

PLEASE NOTE:  We are unable to accept applications if you are currently accessing Peach Tree services, or have done so during the past 12 months.

PEER WORKER (Dads Branch) role x 1

–  Use your Lived Experience of perinatal mental health concerns to help other parents
–  Casual, approx. 10 hours per week initially plus training
–  Professional development opportunities

We’re looking for a Peer Worker to join our growing peer-led community mental health services for fathers and partners.

If you’re a father or partner who has experienced emotional wellbeing/mental health challenges during your transition to parenthood, please consider sharing your experiences with others who need – and would greatly appreciate – your understanding, compassion, and support.

Our Peer Workers help build, support, and strengthen parents’ resilience and social connections through education, targeted mental health facilitation, and peer-led group support.

The position is casual (approx. 10 hours per week initially), making them the perfect option for stay-at-home or return-to-work parents. We need (and welcome) your expertise!

We have existing Peach Tree services within Brisbane North, Brisbane South, and Moreton Bay regions.

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST / Perinatal Mental Health (PMH) Peer Workers

–  Use your Lived Experience of perinatal mental health concerns to help other parents
–  Casual, approx. 10 hours per week initially plus training
–  Professional development opportunities

Being a PMH Peer Worker at Peach Tree means using your lived experience of perinatal mental health challenges and your story of hope, resilience, and re(dis)covery to support other parents in connecting and sharing their experiences openly. Our PMH Peer Workers ‘hold space’ for parents to find validation and feel heard, without judgement, advice, or stigma.

Our PMH Peer Workers come from very different professional backgrounds / events coordination, yoga teaching, book editing, floristry, project management, massage therapy, to name a few / with a shared purpose to help expecting and new parents who are finding parenthood isn’t as ‘peachy’ as they’d hoped or expected.

If you’re now past the whirlwind that is very early parenthood and feel you’re in the ‘re(dis)covered’ stage of your lived experience, you might consider becoming a PMH Peer Worker with Peach Tree – we’d love to hear from you!  Please complete the Expression of Interest form below so we can notify you of upcoming opportunities.  Alternatively, simply click on the role description button for more information.

North Brisbane

Peach Tree House

293 Ellison Rd

Geebung QLD 4034

northbrisbane@peachtree.org.au

South Brisbane

Peach Tree Parent Wellbeing Centre

1454 Logan Road - MarshTicknell building     

Mount Gravatt  QLD  4122

southbrisbane@peachtree.org.au

Moreton Bay

Peach Tree Parent Wellbeing Centre

"The Lakes"

12 King Street

Caboolture QLD 4510

moretonbay@peachtree.org.au

Contact Us

5 + 11 =

Peach Tree Perinatal Wellness respectfully and wholeheartedly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which our families, staff, volunteers and Board work, gather and connect. We pay respect to the First Nations People and their Elders past, present and emerging and recognise their ongoing spiritual connection and relationship to this country’s land, waters, winds and community. We are honoured to journey with the First Australians on the path to healing and reconciliation.

North Brisbane

Peach Tree House

293 Ellison Rd

Geebung QLD 4034

northbrisbane@peachtree.org.au

South Brisbane

Peach Tree Parent Wellbeing Centre

1454 Logan Road - MarshTicknell building     

Mount Gravatt  QLD  4122

southbrisbane@peachtree.org.au

Moreton Bay

Peach Tree Parent Wellbeing Centre

"The Lakes"

12 King Street

Caboolture QLD 4510

moretonbay@peachtree.org.au

Contact Us

7 + 2 =

Peach Tree Perinatal Wellness respectfully and wholeheartedly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which our families, staff, volunteers and Board work, gather and connect. We pay respect to the First Nations People and their Elders past, present and emerging and recognise their ongoing spiritual connection and relationship to this country’s land, waters, winds and community. We are honoured to journey with the First Australians on the path to healing and reconciliation.