Food issues (hoarding, over-eating, under-eating, extreme pickiness, etc.) are consistently one of the most common, and one of the most DISTRESSING, challenges facing parents who have children with a history of adoption, trauma, or toxic stress.  It seems almost universal...even if the child never experienced any food insecurity or deprivation.

Add in the relationship between feeding, relationship, and attachment...and food and meal times have become one of the most stressful times in a family’s day.

It can feel like a cycle that is impossible to break out of, especially because no matter what we do, our children continue to need to be fed.  A LOT! I mean...they seem to expect this three times a day at least :)

Although there is no magic solution that applies to all children and all families, this webinar will:

  • Look at feeding difficulties through the lens of the ‘trauma tornado’ 

  • Consider how and why we parents are getting triggered around food issues and how we can soothe ourselves (the number one step, always)

  • Look at practical steps to take to decrease stress around food and mealtimes for both parents and children.  


What you will receive:

  • Video recording of this webinar
  • Handout
  • Instructions to receive a certificate of completion 
    • ****THIS IS NOT A CE for any licensing board.  I CANNOT guarantee that your agency/organization will accept this certificate for any training hours.***


You MUST download the files within 30 days of purchase of the link expires. 


THERE ARE NO OTHER EXPIRATION DATES.  The webinar will be yours to own forever.  


Please note- the webinars are intended for purchase PER HOUSEHOLD.  If you'd like to purchase access to the webinar for your group, agency, or organization, please contact Robyn directly.  


Once you download the webinar, it is yours forever.  HOWEVER!!!! You MUST use the download link to download the files within 30 days!!!  The download link expires after 30 days.

Loving & Feeding the Child with a History of Trauma


    ​© 2015 Robyn Gobbel, LCSW

    Gobbel Counseling