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We are here to support youth mental health throughout COVID-19 and beyond. All our programs can be delivered online or face to face!

We’re happy to say [email protected] can be delivered online or face to face! This means that whatever restrictions your state or uni may have in place, we’ll be able to support you safely.

what’s it all about?

Our [email protected] programs offer a unique form of education that hopes to see a happier, healthier generation of young people by removing the stigma around mental health and empowering young people to reach out for help when they need it.

[email protected] programs act as a bridge between students and avenues of help, assisting them to take that first and crucial step of getting help. batyr speakers share their personal stories of difficult times, educating the students about the first hand benefits of reaching out, the avenues which are available to them both on and off campus, and how best to help themselves or someone else facing similar situation.

what programs are on offer?

60 minute [email protected] featuring interactive elements, stories and multimedia

45 minute [email protected] featuring an outline of stigma, a student speaker sharing their story and our 5 tips explained

[email protected]: International Students – This program has been co-designed alongside international students to create a tailored program that speaks to their unique experiences.

To find out more about how we are delivering our programs online and supporting students click here. 


Long-term [email protected] partnerships currently exist at the University of Technology Sydney, Australian National University in Canberra, The University of South Australia in Adelaide, James Cook University in Townsville and The University of Sydney.

An important aspect of the partnership includes, a student led chapter who plan and implement events and initiatives designed to help reduce mental health stigma and increase help seeking on campus.

Interested in getting batyr at your Uni

Research highlights students are five times more likely to experience mental ill health when at university. 86% of students who do suffer a significant mental health issue are likely to drop out from university.*

*Helen M. Stallman, PhD, DClinPsych, CertMedEd, MAPS, MCCLP


of students are more likely to seek help after seeing a batyr program


of students rate the program as highly engaging

Interested in getting batyr at your Uni?