about the authors

After seeing too many children who have struggled and even “failed” feeding therapies, Katja Rowell and Jenny McGlothlin stopped wishing there was a go-to resource for parents of children with extreme picky eating and wrote it themselves. Katja is a medical doctor with expertise in relational and responsive feeding, and Jenny is  a Speech Language Pathologist whose responsive feeding program at the UT Dallas Callier Center combines oral-motor and sensory treatments with parent education. Too many parents said, “It feels like our choice is fight over every bite, or give up and just serve his safe foods.”  Helping Your Child With Extreme Picky Eating shows you another way.

“Helping children feel good about food and their bodies is preventive medicine.”

Katja Rowell MD is a family doctor and childhood feeding specialist. Described as “academic, but warm and down to earth,” she is a popular speaker and blogger, writes on the intersection of feeding and wellness, and has appeared in numerous publications. Her first book is Love Me, Feed Me: the Adoptive Parents Guide to Ending the Worry About Weight, Picky Eating, Power Struggles and More.  Rowell enjoys camping with her family and cooking. For more information, visit www.thefeedingdoctor.com.

“The ultimate goal for me and for the parents I work with is this: trusting the child, reading her cues, and helping her trust you. The rest is just gravy!”

Jenny McGlothlin MS, CCC-SLP is a Speech-Language Pathologist partnering with families as a feeding therapist. She developed the STEPS feeding program at the UT Dallas Callier Center to support and promote feeding development in children, teaches at the graduate level, and  provides training for therapists, teachers, and parents. McGlothlin lives in Dallas with her husband and their three young children, and enjoys reading, spending time with friends, and rough-housing with her kids.

a sampling from the authors

To Read

You Don’t Have to Fight with Your Picky Eater Every Night SheKnows article

5 Easy Fixes for Making Mealtimes with Baby Work Fitpregnancy.com

Medscape Quiz and Article Part I and Part II The Spectrum if Picky Eating for Doctors

Avoiding Trauma in the Therapeutic Setting: Considerations for Pediatric Feeding Therapy Guest post for MN Trauma Project 

Comprehensive Q & A with authors for Gurze-Sulacore Eating Disorders Catalogue

Social Anxiety-Busting Strategies in Advance magazine

Parents, Not Schools, Should Decide What to Pack for Lunch New York Times Motherlode Blog

This Brilliant Note Could End School Lunch-Shaming Scary Mommy Blog

5 Common Problems at the Root of Extreme Picky Eating Realmom Nutrition Excerpt Blog

Babble article 6 Things You Need to Know About Picky Eating

Yummy Toddler Food Guest Post

Foodies vs. Food Averse and the Mom Who Loves Them Huffington Post Parents Blog

When Parents Don’t Agree on Feeding Realmom Nutrition Guest Blog

Q & A What to Do When Picky Eating is “Extreme” Parents.com

The Importance of a Relational Focus in Feeding Therapy Ages and Stages Guest Blog  McGlothlin

Mealtime Hostage Blog Live Facebook Q & A with the authors

When Healthy Eating Goes Too Far Parents.com  Rowell

 

 

To Listen

Motherhood Radio Show: Parenting and The Guilt Trap with Dr. Christina Hibbert: McGlothlin

NPR’s Kera Think Beyond Picky Eating Interview: McGlothlin

Momenough Podcast: McGlothlin

Momable Podcast with Laura Fuentes Extreme Picky Eating: Rowell

 

To Watch

TV Interview with Shelly Slater of WFAA

Jenny’s ‘Motherhood’ YouTube Interview with Dr. Christina Hibbert

Jenny’s TV Interview, Should Parents Worry about Halloween Candy? on KDFW

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