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Managing Fussy Eating in Toddlers Bundle

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Everything you need to start enjoying mealtimes more

When you enroll you will get instant access to three resources that have been carefully designed to give you a practical, straight-forward, evidence-based plan to help manage your toddler's fussy eating, and for you all to achieve Stress-Free Mealtimes.

These resources are:

1. Keep Your Toddler Mealtimes Calmer: Just D.E.-S.T.R.E.S.S - my first workbook

2. Help Your Toddler L.E.A.R.N. About Food - my second workbook

3. Managing Fussy Eating in Toddlers: A Parent's Guide to Stress-Free Mealtimes - my first course

Special offer!

These resources usually cost over £50 but have been bundled together and heavily discounted to recognise that many of us will have been thrown into staying at home more, making eating issues more intense for all!

Workbook 1: Keep Your Toddler Mealtimes Calmer: Just D.E.-S.T.R.E.S.S (64 pages - usually £12)

Get help for managing fussy eating in toddlers in this electronic workbook aimed at parents. You will get instant access this workbook in 3 convenient formats: PDF, mobi, and epub.


Using the clever acronym D.E.-S.T.R.E.S.S. you will learn 8 key areas you can change, and are coached through making the changes that will work best for you. Evidence-based, easy to read and practical.

Sections:
1. Introduction
2. What is Fussy Eating?
3. How to use this workbook
4. D is for Distraction-Free
5. E is for Eat Together
6. S is for Seated
7. T is for Two Choices
8. R is for Remove Pressure
9. E is for Establish Routines
10. S is for Self-fed
11. S is for Short
12. Making changes (the D.E.-S.T.R.E.S.S. way)
13. Making your first change
14. Making your second change
15. Making more changes

Workbook 2: Help Your Toddler L.E.A.R.N. About Food: A Stress-Free Mealtimes Workbook for Parents of Toddlers who are Fussy Eaters (31 pages, usually £8.00)

Using the acronym L.E.A.R.N. you will learn 5 key considerations when introducing new foods to your children – from how best to use rewards to how to be neutral about foods.


Contents

1. Introduction
2. How to use this workbook
3. L is for Low Stress
4. E is for Enjoyable
5. A is for Ample Activities
6. R is for Reward
7. N is for Neutral
8. Help your toddler L.E.A.R.N. about food

The course: Managing Fussy Eating in Toddlers: A Parent's Guide to Stress-Free Mealtimes (10 modules, usually £42)

Are you struggling with a fussy toddler? Are your mealtimes stressful?

In this easy to follow online course I’ll talk you through my tried-and-tested formula for managing mealtimes the D.E.-S.T.R.E.S.S. way.

There are 10 modules containing videos of me talking you through what works best, plus worksheets and transcripts to the videos. All the videos have captions so you can watch the videos on the go if you need to.

In the first module you'll learn about what fussy eating is, what we think underpins it and also when and where to get more help.

In modules two to nine you'll learn about eight things that you can change to improve mealtimes with your toddler. These eight things spell out D.E.-S.T.R.E.S.S. Small changes to each of these elements can see big shifts in eating behaviours and in your enjoyment of mealtimes. In the final module you will be coached through identifying what to change first, and how to make these changes.

This course is designed to be completed at your own pace. If you wanted to to you could probably watch all the videos in one afternoon, but to complete the exercise and workbooks I'd encourage you to work through a module a day, over two weeks, before starting your chosen changes, setting aside a half hour a day. You will probably want to make at least three key changes from the D.E.-S.T.R.E.S.S approach - so aim for the complete programme to take you 8-12 weeks - enough time to see sustained change.

By the end of the course you will understand more about fussy eating and the key ways in which you and your family can manage mealtimes to get a step closer to Stress-Free Mealtimes.


Your Instructor


Zoe Connor
Zoe Connor

I’ve been a dietitian for over 15 years and fussy eating is the thing I get asked about most. I've helped hundreds if not thousands of parents like you via my clinics in the NHS and privately, and I wanted to share my approach to helping with fussy eating and out of this stressfreemealtimes.org was born.


Courses Included with Purchase



Managing Fussy Eating in Toddlers: A Parent’s Guide to Stress-Free Mealtimes
Everything you need to start enjoying mealtimes more
Zoe Connor
£33
Workbook 1: Keep Your Toddler Mealtimes Calmer: Just D.E.-S.T.R.E.S.S.: a Stress-Free Mealtimes Workbook
Get help for managing fussy eating in toddlers in this electronic workbook aimed at parents. On payment you will get instant access in 3 formats.
Zoe Connor
£12
Workbook 2: Help Your Toddler L.E.A.R.N. about food - a Stress-Free Mealtimes Workbook
In our second workbook we highlight the best ways to help your toddler L.E.A.R.N. about food. On payment you will get instant access in 3 formats.
Zoe Connor
£6

Original Price: £51


Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.

Testimonials

The D.E.-S.T.R.E.S.S. approach was perfect for us. It really has made such a difference, it really has. I felt like nothing was ever going to help.

— Sam, 27 year old mother of a 25 month old

Being able to rate the stress of mealtimes right at the start was an eye opener because for our example we’ve gone from fours and fives out of five in how stressed we are to ones, so it’s good to see how that’s come about.

— Jenny 28 year old mother of a 27 month old

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