A Therapy Model Across the Lifespan


 Nov 12th, and 13th 2020
8:30-4:30 central standard time, USA 

Where feeding and eating disorder professionals come together for better care.


For feeding and eating challenges including ARFID (Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder), anxious eaters, problem feeders, low appetite, and selective and extreme picky eating from infancy to adulthood.


 While we had hoped to meet in person, the Responsive Feeding Therapy Conference is now virtual.
email  to be added to the waiting list 

Where: your office or home

Beaming CENTRAL TIME from the Callier Center for Communication Disorders

Who it's for: registered dietitians, pediatric specialists including speech and language pathologists and occupational therapists, therapists treating eating disorders, medical doctors and GI specialists.

*CE pending approval for SLPs and RDs. Please check with your respective professional associations. Certificates of attendance and session details will be provided.

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A transdisciplinary line-up of clinicians and researchers specializing in pediatric feeding and adolescent and adult eating disorders.
  • certified lactation consultant and Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP or ST) who founded and directs a pediatric feeding program
  • clinical psychologist and PhD treating eating disorders
  • pediatric registered dietitian with feeding and eating disorder experience certified in eating disorders
  • medical doctor specializing in relational feeding
  • parent/advocate/science writer and author of The Eating Instinct
  • certified lactation consultant and SLP running a successful, responsive tube-weaning program
  • masters-level therapist and PhD candidate researching feeding practices and autonomy in eating
  • pediatric GI doctor specializing in feeding and functional GI disorders

Join the discussion on Facebook at:  Responsive Feeding Therapy

Bruton Conferences are sponsored by the David Bruton, Jr. Endowed Lecture Series
on Communication Disorders at the Callier Center at the University of Texas, Dallas.

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