Help with Eating.
When your child doesn’t eat widely and well it can be enormously frustrating. Eating happens 5 times a day, 7 days a week, and so when something goes wrong it can really upset family dynamics.
Feeding is also a core biological responsibility for parents, particularly mothers. If our child is not eating well we can feel like we are not doing our best for them, even when we are putting in a lot of effort to make things work.
Eating is also a social experience so when things go wrong it can be isolating for both children and parents. The older the child, the more difficult it can become.
Fortunately, there are also simple, gentle ways to get eating back on track even for the most selective of eaters. We can learn how to approach food and feeding for best results, what language to use, how to support a child to taste and then add new foods.
That’s what Judith, The Confident Eater specialises in. Whether your child eats 5 foods that must be a specific brand or prefers nuggets to roast chicken, The Confident Eater has a program to suit. Every now and again Judith and I run joint seminars – because both sleep and eating are where children can put their foot down.
Judith works with over 100 families from around the world every year. She is also a working mother so realises there are only so many hours and so much spare energy in a day. Judith has created a unique 7 step program that works you through gentle, practical, and FUN ways to support a child to taste and add new foods.
If you would like to book in for a no-cost chat and speak to Judith about your child’s eating.
Your child tasting new foods
Adding new foods to the diet
Relaxed family meals
A positive approach to food
Lets make this YOUR reality
The Confident Eater has a range of programs so there will be something that is a fit for your family and your budget: Visit this website
When eating is going well it’s easy. When it isn’t going well it feels impossible. Let us fix that!
Judith, MA Cantab (Cambridge), Grad Dip psychology (Massey University), is an AOTA accredited Picky Eating Advisor, and also has accreditations in pediatric feeding and sensory sensitivities. She is an internationally qualified nutritional therapist, an author, and a speaker. She also teaches the teachers, working with early childhood centres. Judith is currently completing studies to qualify as a psychologist specialising in feeding challenges.