When Feeding Therapy Becomes Aversion Therapy

Katha Rowell, M.D.

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The Huffington Post

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Some methods of feeding therapies currently being provided to children with eating difficulties unintentionally result in eating becoming associated with heightened stress, fear and arousal. This often leads to a worsening of the initial feeding challenge. The need for better methods of treatment are discussed.

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