A strong understanding of typical growth, appetite, skills acquisition, feeding dynamics, attachment and temperament is key to determining when and why a child diverged from typical - which guides therapeutic practice. Gaining perspective on how inadequately supported parents may resort to counterproductive feeding practices to “get a few bites in” is a crucial piece of the therapy puzzle. Addressing counter-productive feeding practices and the worries that drive them, provides exciting opportunities for helping children do their best with eating. Click here to download flyer.
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