“Want to avoid mealtime struggles and take the stress out of feeding your kids? I help parents navigate common childhood nutrition questions.”
Has your dinner table transformed into a battle zone? If feeding your family is causing stress - for you and your child - I'm here to help. As a pediatric dietitian and family feeding expert, I'll help you tackle the everyday challenges of feeding your kids. From picky eating and food anxiety to constant snacking and sneaking sweets, I'll give you the confidence to address your most frustrating feeding issues. You'll learn strategies that shun trickery and pressure tactics and promote trust and independence. And you'll gain tools to enjoy mealtimes without stress, meltdowns, or battles.
We work with parents remotely and in-person to address your child's feeding, food selection, & growth issues and help your family find a healthier relationship with food. Areas of specialty include: Eliminating mealtime stress; Resolving picky eating; Increasing dietary variety; Improving nutritional quality; Addressing growth concerns (under/over-weight).
As a mom of 3, I know that feeding kids is hard! There is no instruction manual and it's all too easy to feel confused, frustrated, and overwhelmed. But as a dietitian, I know you're just a session away from relieving some of that stress. With support from me and more tools in your toolbox, you'll leave feeding anxiety behind & grow competent & happy eaters
Call or Email Sarah Ladden for a free 15 minute consultation now - (860) 847-8360
- Session Fee: $98 per session
Fee for service. Not in-network with insurance carriers but do accept HSA/FSA cards with a major credit card logo. Super Bills by request.
Email me or call (860) 847-8360 with questions.
- License: Connecticut / 59.002064
- School: Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy
- Year Graduated: 2006
As a pediatric dietitian and mom of three, I bring a science-first, common-sense approach to my work as a family nutrition expert.
- License No. and State: 987841 Commission on Dietetic Registraion (CDR)
- Pediatric Nutrition
- Resolving picky eating; Increasing dietary variety
- Addressing growth concerns (under- and overweight)
- Diet and Nutrition
- Toddlers / Preschoolers (0 to 5)
- Children (6 to 10)
- Preteens / Tweens (11 to 13)
- Adolescents / Teenagers (14 to 19)
- Family Nutritionist
- Registered Dietitian
- Registered Nutritionist
- Division of Responsibility (DOR) in Feeding
- Intuitive Eating
- Mindful Eating
- Non-Diet Approach
- Nutrition Coaching
- Nutrition Counseling
Last Modified: 6 Jan 2023