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I became an advocate for EquiEnergy Youth because I was inspired by their want to reduce suffering amongst young people, but in particular by their approach - they call on adults within the community to engage and act, and therefore not only learn how to support others, but by osmosis, learn how to better support themselves. Are you concerned about the
mental health of the young people in your life?
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“If we can help, we must”
Sometime predawn on the road to Sydney International Airport in April 2014, Stephen Spencer proclaimed to his close mates, Ben and Craig – “I have an idea and I need your help”. Over the following 10 days while surfing in the idyllic and remote Mentawais Island chain, the seeds of EquiEnergy Youth were planted.
Child and Adolescent
Mental Health Crisis
in Australia
Read More Why EEYouth EEYouth Why Many young people in our communities experience challenges with their mental health and the stresses of life. Read More Dr Stephen Spencer (PhD)
If you have a positive, friendly, growth minded attitude and have an interest in being part of an organisation that is committed to reducing psychological distress, self harm and suicide in young people, Then we would like to hear from you. Read More Join EquiEnergy Youth Dr Stephen Spencer first started his nursing career following the birth of his daughter. On that day, he and his wife were cared for by a male midwife, this planted the seed for him to pursue a nursing career. His first few years was working in a medium-secure Forensic Mental Health Unit. Read More
EquiEnergy Youth offers practical evidence based training designed specifically for educators and organisations that support young people from infants to late teens. In the current COVID-19 Pandemic we can deliver our programs online via Zoom for small and large groups.
Read More Training and Support Professional Learning
for Educators
Programs on Supporting
Young People’s
Mental Health
Coach 2 Cope –
For Families
Programs for Professionals
and Organisations
In only two years more than 3000 educators have attended our training and many schools and organisations have adopted our evidence-based frameworks into their systems of supporting student’s mental health.
Many government and non-government organisations are now using our evidence-based frameworks in their work of providing support to young people with mental health challenges.
Many young people in our community are experiencing unprecedented challenges with their mental health and require additional support.
This is why we’ve developed and committed to running our free program called ‘Coach 2 Cope – For Families’.
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EEYouth Outcomes Educators and
Professionals
Group of friends Dad talking to upset daughter Families “I believe every principal should see this workshop so that it filters down to all. The simplicity of the framework makes it easy to fit all students”.
- Stephanie Hopkins
"Having an opportunity to learn from Steve was fantastic! He taught me some very valuable techniques to deal with my teenager. His approach is easy to follow and understand.
I’m looking forward to putting the strategies into place and learning more as I go."
- Allison McGarry
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ATTENTION PARENTS

Learn Simple Ways to Effectively Respond to Your Child’s Mental Health Distress and Help Build Their Coping & Resilience

I want to share with you a simple 5 step process so you can guide your child through their distress, worry less about their mental health and watch them become more focused. The process you will learn has been used to help thousands of parents better manage the challenges their kids face every day.

Introduction

Connecting with the community

We are a NSW based organisation, and are all about reconnecting young people to the communities in which they live, locally and across Australia through our services.

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Clinical Consulting

  • Policy development
  • Program/course design
  • Risk assessment
  • Clinical supervision
Help, support, advice & guidance

 

Training and Education

  • Therapeutic engagement
  • Crisis response and intervention
  • Certified training guidance
  • Subject focussed workshops
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Coaching and Mentoring

  • Parents, teachers, carers
  • Police and emergency services
  • NGO’s contract compliance

We value Integrity, Innovation, Compassion and Community.

EquiEnergy Youth is dedicated to reducing instances of psychological distress, self harm and the risk of suicide in young people by building capacity in communities so they can effectively respond to them during episodes of distress and support their mental health.

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