Getting the children eating - in simple, affordable modules
If you are looking to understand:
1. How to change the feeding environment - no more battles
2. How to gently encourage a child to try foods
3. Proven strategies to support a child to add new foods to their diet
4. Ways to cook and serve only one family meal (and have it eaten)
5. Put the fun back into food for everyone
Then you are in the right place!
Programs & pricing
Parent Workshop - all the modules rolled in to 1. Plus plus!
The Parent Workshop is ideal for families where food is a real struggle, where there may be additional issues or for parents looking for maximum immersion and support. This program has been running for over 3 years and 100's of families can attest to the life-changing results. Learn more!
Price $ 350.00
The benefits for you.
Outcomes from these sessions include;
There has been a seismic shift!
There has been a seismic shift in our family dynamic post our consultation with you! It has been an incredibly positive experience for us.
We are pretty religiously eating breakfast and dinner together which has been a really positive for everyone.
The power shift has been hard for Oli*, 8 but we've definitely made some positive steps - he's eating tinned peaches (his idea) on his cereal (after your amazing Jelly trick that you taught us) and has tried some banana.
He's tolerating yoghurt again in his lunchbox which is coming back pretty clean. He loved the chocolate muffins.
We understand this is a marathon and not a sprint so have realistic expectations. Our youngest daughter Charlotte* has astounded us - she's eating pretty much everything we present to her (so much so, she asked where the lettuce and carrots were at breakfast!)
We can't thank you enough for the help you have given us so far.
(*names changed for privacy)
My confident eater
My son's eating was on a downward spiral with more food becoming excluded as time went on. It was also more and more difficult to try something new.
This was causing me so much anxiety. He has now gone from resisting new foods, to confidently trying, exploring and appreciating what is being eaten.
Thank you Judith.