Virtual Workshop: Picky Eating Workshop with Alana Carvalho & Sarah Bren
We are bringing you another VIRTUAL workshop!
Are you dealing with a picky eater? This workshop will provide an understanding of picky eating from a psychological perspective. You will leave with tips to deal with picky eaters, how to put your mind at ease, do’s and don’ts for working with your child, and a new perspective on your child’s eating habits.
Join us for this virtual workshop on November 17th from 10:30 am-11:30 am.
Please Register HERE if you would like to attend the workshop. The fee to attend is $7.
The workshop will be on Zoom. Once you have registered and paid for the session, we will email you a link to join the workshop.
About the Speakers:
Alana Carvalho, LMHC is a licensed mental health counselor who focuses on helping parents, couples and individuals build balanced relationships by releasing old patterns and becoming more authentic. She is especially passionate about helping individuals see how healing codependency and perfectionism can lead to a more joy filled life. Alana has lectured on child development at The College of Staten Island. Her first book Raising Empowered Children: The Codependent Perfectionist’s Guide to Parenting is now available on amazon.com. Alana maintains her private practice in Midtown Manhattan and is currently seeing clients virtually. You can connect with her through her website
, or you can email her [email protected]
Sarah Bren, PhD is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in psychodynamic and relationship-based approaches to working with young adults, adults, parents, and families. She is passionate about helping individuals and families develop deeper, more meaningful connections within themselves and with others, foster respectful and emotionally secure relationships, reduce suffering, and increase effectiveness and confidence.
She has a particular interest in teaching parents, caregivers, and childcare organizations about how respectful parenting principles can improve the quality of their relationships with their loved ones and, by extension, help the children in their lives become more authentic, confident, independent, and kind. Dr. Bren sees clients in her private practice in Pelham, NY and at the group practice Octave Health in Midtown Manhattan. She is currently providing care to all of her clients virtually.