Thanks for joining us for part two of the interview with Dr Sarah Mundy, clinical psychologist based in Cambridge.
If you need personalised help with your picky eater, then do enquire about the “Fussy Eater’s Virtual Program”. Scroll down for the full details and to book a discovery call.
Want to join the virtual fussy eater’s program?
Are you worrying sick about your fussy eater? Perhaps your baby is refusing foods and won’t even open their mouth. They’ve been refusing solids for so long that you worry about iron, zinc and other deficiencies.
You want to encourage your child to eat foods of all textures and self feed, but with food storing and high anxiety levels at the table, you don’t know where to start.
Would you like to learn how to teach your child to gain the confidence to try new foods?
If so, you need my fussy eater’s program. You’ll get three confidential 1:1 appointments with me and simple step by step processes that you can use to help your child learn to eat new foods.
The fussy eater’s program includes teaching videos and a private Facebook group for ad-hoc group teaching with me.
Plus there’s bonus content on how to write a meal plan that’s right for your family. It will also include specific activities backed by research and evidence, that’s proven to work to help any fussy eater.
Best of all, it’s all done via virtual clinics using video conferencing platforms such as zoom or Skype. You don’t need to leave your home.
For bookings and enquiries book a free initial consultation here and I’ll help you decide if the fussy eater’s course is right for you.