Supporting Children's Social and Emotional Wellbeing Conference | Phoenix Support For Educators

Supporting Children's Social and Emotional Wellbeing

This inaugural online event brings together a powerhouse of wisdom, knowledge and up to date research and evidence on children's behaviour and development.

Speaking on their areas of research and expertise, our presenters will support educators to add to their tool kit and transform their practice.

This three part program will see 4 inspiring presenters take to the stage to discuss their area of expertise.

Register for this incredible self-paced online course today!

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Online Course

Prefer to engage in training from the comfort of your own home? We get it!

That's why we created this self-paced online course, with video content and downloadable workbooks.

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Trent Savill


Trent has over 12 years of experience working with complex and high-risk young people in the child-protection system, providing consultancy to the Department of Communities (Child Safety) and Non-government sector, intensive in-home therapy to children and families, training to carers and professionals, and coordinating residential care programs.

Sandi Phoenix & Dr. Louise Porter


If you haven't had the opportunity to watch Sandi Phoenix and Dr. Louise Porter present together then you are in for a treat!

This dynamic duo are a force when they hit the stage together to present the Children's Behaviour Masterclass and the BESST Program, for school transitions. 

Together they will present on Children's behaviour and emotional development in the early years.

Allison Davies


Working within a neurodiversity framework that favours regulation over intervention, and sharing her lived experience of autism, Allison empowers others to use music as a tool for neuro-regulation at home and in the classroom. Her programs, workshops and speaking events have received international acclaim for their ability to enthrall an audience, deliver lightbulb moments and shift paradigms away from behavioural management and towards brain care.