Our Preventing Fussy Eaters Workshop...is FREE!
Are you getting ready to wean your baby and confused by all the mixed messages?
- Purees or baby-led weaning?
- He's a big baby, should I wean early?
- She's waking at night, should I wean early?
Come along to a FREE workshop with Dr Anna Walton, Psychological Therapist and Felicity Bertin, Paediatric Osteopath - the authors of Worry-Free Weaning.
You will leave this talk informed and ready to make your own decision on how best to wean your baby in a way that fits in with your parenting approach and helps prevent a fussy eater. All the information and advice is backed-up by scientific research and Anna and Felicity's clinical experience.
This 1 hour interactive workshop offers professional advice on:
- Common reasons for fussy eaters
- How to avoid a picky eater
- Strategies for the most common issues
- Practical tips for busy parents
- How to make weaning enjoyable for you and your baby
Dr. Anna Walton: Chartered Counselling Psychologist.
Anna has a Graduate Certificate in Psychology and a Master's Degree with distinction in Child Developmental Psychology from the University of London. Anna's research has been published and she has also contributed to others' research in peer-reviewed psychological journals.
Felicity Bertin: Registered Paediatric, Cranial Osteopath
Felicity is an experienced Osteopath, registered with the General Osteopathic Council, British Osteopathic Association and university lecturer in embrology and developmental biology on the MSc Osteopathy course at the British School of Osteopathy.
Anna and Felicity will have copies of their book which they are available to sign.
This workshop usually costs £35 but to celebrate the launch of their latest book "Worry-free weaning" it is FREE.
Date: Friday November 28th, 2014
Location: Sunhill Montessori Nursery (Castle Montessori), Spring Garden Lane, Off Shooters Way, Berkhamsted, Herts HP4 3GY
Additional information: Babies are welcome to attend. Ample parking available. Most suited for both mums and dads with children under 12 months.