SOS FEEDING THERAPY FOR CHILD PICKY EATERS

Do you have a child who has picky eating habits or an aversion to eating? Are meals often a struggle? Picky eating and feeding aversion is a stressful experience for all involved; At 101 Feeding School we offer a feeding therapy where we provide you with the tools to expand the food range and textures of picky or fussy eaters.

101 Feeding School is a Melbourne-based child picky eating consultant. Our consultations are carried out via Skype in the comfort of your own home. We offer consultations of 30 or 60 minutes depending on your needs and our initial evaluation is free.

OUR PICKY EATING AND FOOD AVERSION THERAPY CONSULTATIONS

Working on a foundation of child psychology as well as personal experience, after an assessment of your child’s feeding skills and habits, our services start with a 60 minute consultation. We tailor each session specifically for your child, whether it be to improve his/her feeding skills or wanting to add new foods. We offer 30 day coaching program for instances where you frequently require our support and guidance.

If you require more than three 60 minute consultations per month, we generally advise to switch to 30 day coaching program. All our sessions are conducted one-on-one via Skype, so we are able to witness and document your child’s reaction to trying new food types and textures, which we then work on in subsequent sessions.

Our highly professional and personalised services are comprehensive and incorporate medical history and feedback, with a file of your child’s progress and growth charts included.

Subject to availability, consultations are provided 365 days a year, including weekends and public holidays.

STRESS-FREE SKYPE CONSULTATIONS FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR OWN HOME

We offer our services via video correspondence or Skype from the comfort of your own home, providing a stress-free consultation for both you and your child. All family members and carers are welcome in sessions.

Enquire now for an assessment and tackle your child’s eating aversion today!