Spotlight on: Jennifer McGlothlin

Spotlight on: Jennifer McGlothlin

Jenny McGlothlin, MS, CCC-SLP, CLC, is a certified speech-language pathologist and certified lactation counselor specializing in the evaluation and treatment of feeding disorders for children from birth through the teen years. She has been practicing for 20+ years and...

Spotlight on: Virginia Sole-Smith

Spotlight on: Virginia Sole-Smith

Virginia Sole-Smith is the author of The Eating Instinct: Food Culture, Body Image and Guilt in America. As a journalist, she has reported from kitchen tables and grocery stores, graduated from beauty school, and gone swimming in a mermaid’s tail. Her work has...

Pressure to Eat is Subjective

Pressure to Eat is Subjective

Invariably, during the Q and A after a parent workshop, a parent with crossed arms would say something like, “Well, the one bit rule works for us!” At which point, their spouse might roll their eyes, or chime in with, “It works for two of our kids, but for our middle...

Spotlight on: Dr Hazel Wolstenholme

Spotlight on: Dr Hazel Wolstenholme

Dr Hazel Wolstenholme is a child feeding psychology specialist based in Ireland, working online to support parents globally. She did her psychology degree and PhD at the National University of Ireland, Galway, where she focused her research on family experiences and...

Misophonia: Discovering Relief

Misophonia: Discovering Relief

This post is from our Lived Experience advisor, Skye Van Zetten Misophonia: The Google consensus for the definition of misophonia seems to be an intense emotional reaction to specific sounds. While technically accurate, this definition doesn’t really do the experience...

Nutrition Note: How Much Protein for Kids

Nutrition Note: How Much Protein for Kids

Protein seems to be a common nutrition concern in pediatric feeding. Parents commonly worry that their child doesn't get enough. Most parents greatly overestimate how much protein a child needs. One mother offered a perfect example. After a workshop, she approached...