Do you have a picky eater? Is mealtime stressful?
Do you avoid going out to eat and dread traveling with your picky eater?
Do you worry your child isn't getting the nutrients he/she needs?
Do you find yourself turning into a short order cook?
If you answered YES! to most of these questions, this course is for you!
This six week course will provide you a weekly video lesson along with homework that will help to transform the "how" of feeding your child that will result in reducing the stress and anxiety at mealtime, boost your child's appetite and familiarity of new foods so he/she will be interested in trying new foods. The best part, you won't be a short order cook anymore and everyone can enjoy family meals!
Katharine Jeffcoat is a Registered Dieititan with over 20 years of experience in the field of pediatric nutrition. She worked 8 years at Emanuel Children’s hospital in Portland Oregon as a clinical and outpatient pediatric dietitian, part of the feeding clinic team and eating disorder day hospital. She spent 9 years in the pediatric allergy and prevention industry with Nutricia and Nestle. With a goal of returning to her passion of working with families and pediatric nutrition, she opened her private practice Portland Pediatric & Family Nutrition in the fall of 2015 and has an office in Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington. The majority of her work is in helping families raise mindful eaters and preventing picky eating. Katharine is a mom of two girls, who are 5 and 10 and has experienced her own food challenges feeding her children. In her spare time she loves yoga, road biking, snowboarding and cooking and baking with her kids.
StartWeek One: Introduction, Division of Responsibility. (5:30)
StartWeek Two: Family Meals, Applying Structure and Reducing Stress (7:49)
StartWeek Three: Schedules, Snacks and Sweets (8:18)
StartWeek Four: Steps to Eating and Addressing Sensory Concerns (9:53)
StartWeek Five: Food Chaining, Food Play and Increasing Exposures (10:07)
StartWeek Six: Key Nutrients For Your Growing Child; Putting It All Together (9:47)