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Eating Problems in Children: Information for Parents

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    Claudine Fox(Author),Carol Joughin(Author)

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The majority of pre-school children will, at some time in the first five years of life experience some problems with eating. For example, they may only eat a small number of different foods, eat very little or refuse to eat altogether. For most of these children, this is a passing phase, which they will grow out of. However, for some, the eating problem is more severe, may be longer lasting and cause high anxiety for parents and carers.This book provides parents and carers with information regarding eating problems in children between the ages of 5 and 12 years, in order to provide support and reduce the anxiety that is often caused by having a child who has problems with eating.The book tackles issues such as:The different types of eating problems that children can suffer from, including case examples. How many children suffer from problematic eating. The causes of eating problems in children. The different types of professionals who treat children with eating problems. The type of treatment available for children with eating problems. The long-term outlook for children who suffer from problematic eating.

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