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Sandi Phoenix and filling the Love Cup for children and practitioners

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Sandi Phoenix and filling the Love Cup for children and practitioners

Introduction

Sandi Phoenix, from Phoenix Support for Educators, Australia, shared the Phoenix Cups Philosophy on the Personal, Social and Emotional Development Summit. This philosophy is a positive, affirmative way to support ALL areas of children’s learning and development.

In this episode, Sandi explains about the Love Cup, how we may inadvertently empty children’s Love Cups and some practical, effective ways of filling children’s – and our own – Love Cups.

You can find out more about Phoenix Support for Educators on their website here:
https://phoenix-support.com.au/

For FREE pdf downloads of the Love Cup filling plan and Love Cup interaction scales, go to:
https://phoenix-support.com.au/blog/our-blog-1/post/need-a-behaviour-chart-check-yourself-first-40

Join the Facebook Group – The Phoenix Cups Resource – to share your success and discuss more cup-filling strategies!
https://www.facebook.com/groups/thephoenixcupskit

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