Pheletant the Elephant

What is the science behind Phelly?

Children learn everything they know about the world, and themselves, by gathering experiences throughout their lives. These experiences shape them into the people they become.

To make sense of these experiences, they create inner ‘maps’ of the world.

Those maps form the brains neural pathways and are created from our repeated habits and behaviours.
As we participate in activities, we train our brains to create more neural pathways from Point A to Point B.
These pathways get stronger with repetition until our behaviour is considered ‘normal’.
Some neural pathways create limiting or negative behaviours.

Through Phelly’s notes and worksheets, he helps children find and strengthen the skills that serve them best, restructuring how they think about their experiences, values & beliefs and how they create their emotional states & inner maps, then developing new strategies to replace unproductive ones.

Phelly makes it easy for children to change their thoughts and actions.

Why does Phelly work?

Third party messaging helps children hear messages they often ignore from loved ones.

Phelly is a child’s own personal counsellor, there in the moment, whenever they need, helping directly. He takes away their pain, tears, fears & worries; helps with bullying, anxiety & shyness, separation, divorce, grief, perfectionism & fear and any struggles a child faces.

He is another set of eyes & ears for time-poor parents wanting their children to feel loved and supported, even when they can’t be there. He shows them their little, open hearts are safe.

Are you aware

A National Child Health Poll of over 2000 parents showed:

1 in 3 parents find it hard to find the time to connect with their children

33% of parents Think kids are best left alone to work out their problems themselves!

35% of parents didn’t realise primary school kids can get depression

Only 44% of parents feel that they would know what to do if their child had mental health issues

27% of parents are unaware that ongoing physical complaints can be a sign of social or emotional problems

“I applaud any product that aims to enhance parents sensitivity and responsiveness to their child’s emotional world. Pheletant the Elephant seeks not only to encourage parents to do this, but it also offers practical suggestions of how parents can help their children regulate and manage difficult emotions.”

Dr Tabitha Keon, Clinical Psychologist & Clinic Director, Brookvale Pscyhology