This is a practical session where you will learn how to work with parental beliefs in your practice, in a way that is non-judgmental and non-confrontational.
Clinicians are often really good at identifying misperceived beliefs, and recognizing how these may influence feeding practices. However, supporting parents to adopt a responsive mindset can be difficult - especially where anxiety is high. And education alone is not enough.
'Hot Cross Bun' is a simple and powerful tool (from the world of cognitive behavioral therapy) that will help parents untangle what they are feeling, what they are thinking, and how they interact with their children around food.
*Note this tool is to be used with parents. It is not ABA or CBT-AR aimed at children.
At the end of the session you will:
- Be familiar with the cognitive behavioral tool known as the Hot Cross Bun
- Understand the role beliefs play in behavior change
- Have a handout to support your practice
DURATION: 1 hour recording (including 15 minutes of Q and A)