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Workshop on Children's Eating for Parents and Nutritionists


This workshop will be engaging and informative and is aimed at parents and nutritionists who are trying to encourage more adventurous, nutritious eating.

We will look at some of the ways in which children’s eating can move from picky to severely restrictive. I share lots of practical ideas for creating change based on psychological theory and current research. From situations where children’s eating is simply quite picky to times when children’s restricted eating is severely limiting food choices.


We will also be focusing on how to engage with childen who are overeating and where efforts to intervene are creating further problems.

Dr Anne Lane is a clinical psychologist / systemic therapist with twenty years experience. She has worked both in the NHS and privately providing advice around child eating and has extensive experience training.

She is accredited by the HCPC and the BABCP

Price: £95 per person.

Early Bird rate applies until Friday May 13th. Enter promo code: Early-Bird when booking.

St Mary’s Church is on Upper Street in the heart of Islington. It is ten minutes walk from Highbury and Islington tube station (on the Victoria Line) and Angel tube (on the Northern Line)

Next Workshop:

Sunday 12th of June 2016


The Garden Room

St Mary's Church Upper Street

Walking distance from Angel and Highbury and Islington Tube Stations

This workshop is BANT recognised. Certificates of attendence will be given at the end of the workshop and will count as continued professional development (CPD) for members of BANT.



Some of the things people have said about the workshop:


'Great workshop. Anne took a clear, balanced and thoughtful psychological approach to working with eating difficulties which will be invaluable to me as a nutritionist.'


'I've come away with lots of well thought out ideas for how to make changes with children who have eating difficulties.'


'I feel that I can easily incorporate the advice and ideas outlined in this workshop. It was empowering and very interesting.'




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