Online Solutions

Fussy Eating Parent GROUP

Started 1/06/20

Who It’s For

This online group could be for you if:

  • You are looking for professional advice and support to manage your child’s fussy eating behaviours
  • You’re located anywhere in Australia
  • You’re looking for more affordable options

How It Works

This interactive program consists of six 45 minutes sessions, run weekly in zoom – with a small number of parents.

Throughout the program, you’ll fill in a workbook and take notes as I troubleshoot and coach you through your child’s eating difficulties.

Before beginning, you’ll complete a questionnaire so I can familiarise myself with your child’s specific fussy eating habits.


The meeting is held on zoom. You will get the meeting instructions once you have registered.

The session starts at 1pm sharp and lasts 45min.

This program is for you if your child is a very fussy eater. If you have tried on many different things, but your child is still struggling. Mealtime is a source of constant struggle and stress for all involved. Your child is aged 18 months to 8-9 years.

Before we get started you will be asked to fill in a questionnaire to help me get a picture of your child’s fussy eating behaviour.
For each online session you will find your workbook on the platform. You will need to take notes.
Everyone will get a chance to talk and be helped so that you are heard and we trouble shoot difficulties.

Marie-France will be talking to the group during each session, this is an interactive workshop, you are not by yourself watching videos and self-learning, you are being guided, issues are discussed. You will be an active participant.

Yes, if you miss out you will be able to watch them! However it is recommended you are present so your child and family can benefit.

Results always vary depending on children and families. But parents report:

  1. parents and children are more relaxed
  2. parents have improved relationships with children
  3. end of mealtimes battles
  4. children less reactive to challenging food
  5. children who are more adventurous with foods
  6. parents who know what to do and how to do it
  7. parents know what to cook and how to progress food

That is up to you of course, helping a fussy eater overcome difficulties is quite involved. Marie-France’s approach is to provide sensible, sustainable, naturalistic approaches to improving fussy eating behaviours.

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