Finally, a quick & simple mental health first aid program online, so you can effectively respond to young people everytime & bring out their best
Coaching you evidence based psychological first aid in just 30 minutes
Are you concerned about the mental wellbeing of the young people you support?
Are you a professional or parent/carer that would like to know how to best guide young people through episodes of distress?
Would you like to learn simple steps to help young people build vital coping, resilience and positive help seeking behaviour?
I’ve been there too. In fact, it’s why I developed this program. When I first started nursing kids, I was responsible for their safety when they engaged in self-harm, suicidal behaviour, aggression, violence and running away. I just didn’t know what to do and had some awfully confronting situations where restraint and medication was used. I met many adults who would say “I just don’t know what to do”.
This inspired me to find a new way, so I undertook a PhD aiming to understand psychological distress for young people and how adults can support and respond to them in helpful ways. My goal was to improve the care I offered as a nurse (and as a father of 3 daughters), but also to use what I learnt to educate and guide parents, teachers and other professionals who support young people to reduce the impact of distress on a young person’s life.
And now I want to share with you a simple process that I developed through thousands of hours of research and clinical experience, so you can guide the young people you support through their distress, and watch them become more focused and stop disrupting people around them.
You will learn easy ways to connect with kids quickly, so you can worry less about their mental health and help them prepare for everything life throws at them.
This program is designed specifically for adults that support young people and has been used to help thousands of adults better manage the challenges young people face every day and improve outcomes.
You will learn a step by step psychological first aid method on how and when to respond to young people in distress to achieve a positive outcome. I will coach you on how to connect with young people, help them to manage their anxiety, and help build their coping, resilience and postivie help-seeking behaviours.
If you are working with young people experiencing challenges with their mental health, you can use this framework to help guide them during episodes of psychological distress. Alternatively, you can also process in a preventive capacity and enhance your connection to support their overall mental wellbeing.
Learn the latest approach from PhD research
You will learn a new approach on how to respond ‘in the moment’ to episodes of distress, developed from thousands of hours of clinical research and experience.
Models and animations to give you the best coaching
Your learning will be supported by presenting visual models, animations and images with the audio delivered by Dr Stephen Spencer, a child and adolescent mental health expert.
Device compatible, sit program anytime, anywhere
You can learn on any device in your own time and come back & forth to the program from where you left it. All you need is internet connection.
Access to our Exclusive model and certificate for Coach 2 Cope participants only
If you are not satisfied with this program please let us know and we will give you your money back.
- Group discounts available for schools and organisations
- The option of instant access and pay later via invoice by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- Certificate for you immediately upon successful completion of the course
What Others Have to Say…
Coach to Cope provides participants with the understanding and skills needed to respond compassionately and calmly to children and young people experiencing distress. It builds the knowledge of participants so that they can connect with young people in their moment of distress and guide them through, building resilience and reinforcing help-seeking along the way. The strategies provided are equally relevant to parents and educators, and provide pause for reflection into our own response as adults when faced with challenging and distressing behaviours. I highly recommend the training to those who wish to strengthen their skill set in responding to and managing distressed children and young people.
Thank you so much for sharing. I connected on a very personal level with the course content. The insights, framework and philosophy Dr Spencer has created is clear, articulate and so well presented. I could feel his passion and love his conviction to help rectify a deep rooted issue. This messaging needs to be out in the world to benefit everyone. You have done an amazing job.