Lynne Anderson is an accredited Teacher of the Billings Ovulation Method™ with extensive experience of teaching couples to understand their patterns of fertility. She has been convenor of a program of fertility awareness for adolescents for the past 20 years. She is involved in the training of Australian teachers as well as presenting training for Billings Ovulation Method™ Teachers in the Philippines and Malaysia and has presented Continuing Professional Development Programs for OMR&RCA’s program with Health Professionals.
Gillian Barker is a Senior Teacher of the Billings Ovulation Method™ who has been involved in the training of doctors, health professionals and teachers of the Billings Ovulation Method™ in China, Pakistan, Vietnam, USA and Australia. Gillian has made a very substantial contribution to the scientific validation of the Billings Ovulation Method™ as collaborator with Emeritus Professor James B Brown in the study of ovarian hormones. She is currently employed by the University of Melbourne, as a Senior Research Officer at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Mercy Hospital for Women.
Kerry Bourke is a Senior Teacher of the Billings Ovulation Method™. She has been teaching for 33 years and is also a member of the WOOMB Education Committee. She is involved in the training of teachers in Australia and overseas, including China, India, Indonesia and East Timor, Mexico and Malaysia. In 2006 Kerry graduated from the John Paul ll Institute for Marriage and the Family with a diploma in Marriage and Family Studies.
Joan Clements is a Senior Teacher of the Billings Ovulation Method™. She is the senior Fertility Educator at the Fertility Assessment Clinic at Manningham General Practice in Templestowe where she works with Dr Mary Walsh to assist couples in learning to recognise the natural signals of fertility. She has extensive experience in the training of doctors, health professionals and teachers of the Billings Ovulation Method in Australia™ and a number of overseas countries. Joan is an experienced presenter in the RACGP, CPD activities of OMR&RCA.
Marian Corkill is a Senior Teacher of the Billings Ovulation Method™ and has extensive experience in teaching and training. She has been teaching women to understand the symptoms of their fertility for over 30 years. She is involved in on-going training of Billings Ovulation Method™ teachers throughout Australia as well as working with teachers and health professionals in 20 overseas countries. Marian is an Education Activity Representative of the RACGP QI&CPD Program.
Bernadette Davies is a trained physiotherapist and is a Senior Teacher of the Billings Ovulation Method™ with over 20 years of experience teaching this Method in Adelaide. In 1998 she completed a certificate in the “Biology of the Cervix” with Prof Eric Odeblad from the University of Umea, Sweden. Bernadette is responsible for the training of teachers in South Australia and has presented Billings Ovulation Method™ Teacher Training programs throughout Australia, Hong Kong and Viet Nam and is a tutor with the Billings Ovulation Method™ Teacher Training Correspondence Course. Bernadette is an Education Activity Representative of the RACGP QI&CPD Program.
Maria de Leeuw trained as a nurse/midwife and has been an accredited Billings Ovulation Method™ senior teacher since 1985, offering this information to couples seeking a natural method of fertility regulation. She is the Area Administrator for the Billings Ovulation Method™ in Sydney and environs and has a wealth of experience both from her teaching of women/couples as well as mentoring other teachers.
Trish Inderbitzin is a Senior Billings Ovulation Method™ teacher with a wealth of experience helping couples in the Atherton Tableland region of Far North Queensland to understand the signs and symptoms of their fertility in order to achieve pregnancies as well as space their families. Trish has been involved locally in the schools programme teaching adolescents the importance and significance of their fertility as well as giving talks to pre-marriage couples locally and health professionals in Brisbane.
Michele Lando is a Senior Teacher of the Billings Ovulation Method™ and is very enthusiastic about offering this information to all women. As the area co-ordinator for Northern Queensland she conducts in-services for Billings Ovulation Method™ teachers and has been involved in working with Health Professionals in Adelaide and Queensland. Michele has extensive experience in teaching women and couples to recognize and understand their symptoms for fertility and infertility and has taught fertility awareness to adolescents in schools from Townsville to Charters Towers.
Carol Ann Norris has always been interested in good health and completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree from Queensland University in 1975. She is an accredited Billings Ovulation Method™ senior teacher and is responsible for the training of teachers in the Billings Ovulation Method™ in WA. Carol Ann is also involved as an accredited facilitator with the “Loving for Life Program” offering the Billings Ovulation Method™ to year 10 students in Perth secondary schools.
Lucia Snelling graduated from Flinders University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in 1993. She is a Senior Billings Ovulation Method™ teacher with over 10 years of experience teaching couples in Adelaide. Lucia has assisted with the training of Billings Ovulation Method™ teachers and the presentation of seminars for health professionals in South Australia for the past 5 years.
Sue Tonkin has been an accredited Billings Ovulation Method™ senior teacher who has been offering this information to couples seeking a natural method of fertility regulation since 1988. She is also an accredited sexuality educator working in Perth secondary schools with the “Loving for Life Program” in WA with adolescents. Sue also works as an Occupational Therapist.
Joanne Widdup has been teaching the Billings Ovulation Method™ at Calvary Hospital for the past 15 years. Her previous experience as a breastfeeding counsellor made her aware that the information women have on infertility and returning fertility is exceedingly limited and generally poorly understood. She has been involved in fertility education programs for Canberra and country secondary schools and in training teachers of the Billings Ovulation Method™ in her role as ACT Area Administrator for OMR&RCA.
Lisa Brick is a Senior Teacher of the Billings Ovulation Method™ and has extensive experience in teaching and the training of health professionals. She has had a passion for helping women understand their symptoms of fertility for over 20 years. Lisa is also Program Development Manager with the schools education program, Loving for Life™, and facilitates programs for students as well as professional development for teachers. She has worked as a Therapy Radiographer and has a current Certificate IV in Training, Assessment and Evaluation.