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Parents of restrictive eaters and food chaining book reviews
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Posted 27 June 2019 - 11:43 AM
So I have numerous kids who don’t eat for different reasons. We’ve tried various approaches with vary degrees of success more recently Satter’s approach on the advice of a different dietician which has been an absolute (insert copious amounts of bad words) disaster.
I’m wondering whether anyone has read and used Cheri Frakers book food chaining, and whether you’ve found it useful. I’ve checked out all my local libraries and can’t find it to borrow but not sure if I can justify buying yet another book so I’d love to hear some feedback.
Posted 27 June 2019 - 01:42 PM
My kid has ARFID/SED and I am in an Aussie support group. Glenn Robertson is the admin and is trained in this field. I believe he has some books.
After reading a lot of success stories on the group page after having sessions with him I think if I was to buy a book it would be his.
Hope that helps.
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