The Following is a press release for the “Love Me, Feed Me” book written by Katja Rowell, MD.
St. Paul, MN August 14, 2012 – Feeding and weight worries are a significant source of conflict for families today, and fostering and adopting families face additional challenges. Love Me, Feed Me is a relationship-building, practical guide to help fostering and adoptive families enjoy family meals and raise children who eat a variety of foods and grow to have the body that is right for them. Grounded in science, but made real with the often heart-breaking and inspiring words of parents who have been there, Dr. Katja Rowell helps readers understand and address feeding challenges many foster and adopted children face, from simple picky eating to entrenched food obsession, oral motor and developmental delays, “feeding clinic failures,” and more.
Though written primarily for the adoptive and fostering audience, Rowell, aka, the “Feeding Doctor,” shares that her clients are all more alike than different. “This book is a distillation of the advice and support I provide all my families as they transform a troubled feeding relationship into a healthy one, and bring peace and joy back to the family table.”
If you’d like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Dr. Katja Rowell, please call 1-888-848-6802 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.