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The dinner table is not always an easy place for adopted or foster kids. Foster and adopted children often have challenges such as food insecurity, food hoarding and preoccupation, picky and selective eating, and sensory challenges.
Katja Rowell, M.D., aka the Feeding Doctor, establishes and goes beyond the essential habits for creating a happy and healthy mealtime to explore why a child may be struggling, how stress and conflict negatively impact eating and weight regulation, and what parents can do right away to address challenges.
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Katja Rowell M.D. is a family doctor turned childhood feeding specialist, supporting parents with relationship-building strategies to bring peace back to the family table. Described as "academic but down to earth," Dr. Rowell addresses concerns about underweight, overweight, picky eating, food aversions, feeding therapy "failures," and children who are hoarding or food-preoccupied. Rowell is on the advisory panel for the SPOON foundation and speaks to parents and professionals across the nation on best feeding practices. Her book Love Me, Feed Me: The Adoptive Parent's Guide to Ending the Worry About Weight, Picky Eating, Power Struggles and More, is available on Amazon.com.Learn More
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