Helping Your Child with Extreme Picky Eating

Helping Your Child with Extreme Picky Eating 2021 (CHES)

This course is only for CHES practitioners.

Written by a family doctor specializing in childhood feeding and a speech pathologist, they teach counselors how to help families assure a child’s healthy nutrition and growth, while ending mealtime anxiety and stress. Use with children who only eat dry foods not wet ones, only tortilla chips and other crisp foods, only white foods, or only fast food hamburgers regularly.

A masterpiece of practical strategies, compassion, and reassurance… Jessica Setnick, MS, RD, CEDRD

Compassionate and child-centered advice from true feeding experts. LS, Amazon review

Based on sound research and true understanding of children, gently but confidently guides families through the steps of building a healthy relationship with food.  Mary Sheedy Kurcinka, EdD

Choose between two options:

5-hour Program I.D. #SS114228_HYCPE5  CHES 5 hours / MCHES 2 hours

15-hour Program I.D. #SS114228_HYCPE15  CHES 15 hours / MCHES 3.5 hours

Katja Rowell, MD and Jenny McGlothlin, MS, SLP
Course Expiration Date: Dec-31-2023
Product Name
Price
QTY

Book Only (1620)

Regular price $16.00

5 CE Online Test Only (2091CHES)

Regular price $49.00

15 CE Online Test Only (2092CHES)

Regular price $124.00

5 CE Book & Online Test (2093CHES)

Regular price $60.00

15 CE Book & Online Test (2094CHES)

Regular price $135.00

Book Details

Author Katja Rowell, MD and Jenny McGlothlin, MS, SLP
Edition 1st Edition
Publisher New Harbinger
ISBN 978-1626251106
Format Paperback

Course Objectives

CHES Competencies:

1.1.4   Apply theories and/or models to assessment process

1.2.3  Review related research

1.4.1  Identify and analyze factors that influence health behaviors

1.5.3  Identify and analyze factors that influence attitudes and beliefs

2.5.2  Develop plans and processes to overcome potential barriers to implementation

3.3.2  Apply theories and models of implementation

MCHES Competencies:

1.1.4   Apply theories and/or models to assessment process

3.3.2  Apply theories and models of implementation

Upon completion of this course, a person will be able to:

1. Discuss three characteristics of eating behaviors of young children eating normally.

2. Describe four habits or behaviors of young children classified as picky eaters.

3. Identify three goals of the STEPS program to improve a child’s eating experience.

4. Explain five parents’ behaviors that can negatively influence a child’s eating habits.

5. Discuss two successful ways to increase a child’s intake of fruits and vegetables.

6. Contrast two eating-related responsibilities of the parent from that of the child, according to Ellyn Satter.

7. List three ways families can support and help produce children with healthy appetites and meal habits.

8. Describe two ways parents can help a child manage their desire for “high-interest” foods.

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Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES)

Why we chose this book

This food and eating book educates the dietitian or health professional on their clients’ extreme picky eating food choices and how to influence them to eat better.

About the author

Katja Rowell, MD and Jenny McGlothlin, MS, SLP are a childhood feeding physician and a speech pathologist, respectively, with many years of success with children and families.