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Feeding disorders and tube dependency are among the most common regulatory disorders in infancy and early childhood

Tube dependency in particular is increasing rapidly and parents despair every day with feeding their child. The child refuses any food and/or suffers from violent attacks of vomiting and gagging. A cycle of denial, frustration, and fear in which the parents and child are unable to develop a nurturing relationship. When parents are caught in such a cycle, seek help from therapists like you, who are dedicated to help and guide the child through the process of feeding

But what do I do with my little patient who so strongly refuses to eat? What is going on with the child? Why does it resist the food? Why can't I have access to the child? Why am I not making any progress in therapy? The therapy of feeding disorder or tube-dependent children can bring us to our therapeutic and personal limits. Instead of a healing togetherness, frustration arises. Alone or with your colleagues you are faced with a wall of refusal without a clear perspective! How can this massive wall of food refusal be overcome and how can therapy be more effective?

Watch and learn together

You only see what you know! But together we see more than we are alone! Introduce us to your patients who challenge you. Together we discuss the treatment of the patient in order to give it a new direction. We will examine the situation with you from your point of view, from the point of view of the parents and from the point of view of the child. Benefit from our many years of practical experience with children with early childhood refusal to eat and take new therapeutic impulses with you to your next therapy session

To whom is the case supervision indicated to?

Speech therapists, psychologists, psychotherapists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, pediatricians and nurses.

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