Conquer Picky Eating for Teens and Adults: Activities and Strategies for Selective Eaters (Paperback)
It's never too late to make peace with food.Are you tired of eating the same 15 foods, ordering off the kids' menu, or feeling anxious or embarrassed about what you eat? You are not alone, and it can get better. Written by a speech pathologist specializing in feeding and a family doctor specializing in relational feeding, this workbook shares tips and strategies to help you get unstuck. It's a no-pressure, how-to guide filled with ideas and activities to explore at your own pace. Understand why you eat the way you do and take control of your path forward. Reclaim your place at the table-and restore your health and wellbeing."These wise authors cover everything from the mechanics of trying/learning to like new foods to recovering from the shame of not being adventurous with eating. I will recommend this book to many, many clients." -Elizabeth Jackson, MS, RDN, LDN"A long overdue, step-by-step guide that actually helps teens and adults make peace with food."-Skye Van Zetten, founder of Mealtime Hostage blog and online parent-peer support group.
About the Author
Jenny McGlothlin, MS, CCC-SLP, CLC is a speech-language pathologist who has spent two decades helping clients from birth to young adulthood heal their relationship with food. McGlothlin is also a feeding therapist, speaker, researcher, and author who loves food and being a sports mom to three kids. Katja Rowell, MD, is a family doctor and relational feeding specialist. She believes helping children and adults have a good relationship with food is preventive medicine. Rowell is also a consultant, speaker, author, and family cook who loves camping and paddleboarding with her family.