One-to-One Parenting Support
Dr. Colette offers one-to-one parent support. An initial consultation focuses on understanding some of the nutrition and healthy eating challenges your family may be experiencing and outlining the support that can be provided. You can decide if this support is what you want and if so further consultations can be scheduled. We work together to develop a customised action plan to help improve your child’s and family’s nutrition and healthy eating.
Each personalised consultation lasts usually 45-60 minutes and is available in person in Galway and throughout Ireland (online or by phone).
Feedback for One-to-One Parenting Support
I got great benefit for my 17 month old in just one session. I had lots of questions around my daughter's intolerance to cows milk and soya.
Colette was very easy to talk to and she provided lots of clear and helpful info which was very comforting to me, and made me realise that with small changes I could make a big difference. I would highly recommend getting in touch with her for a session. David, Athlone
Thank you Colette, I thought I would have to make huge changes to our diets, and also that it would be complicated. But not so. She suggested straightforward changes that I would never have thought of, but when she suggested them they really clicked with me. I have already booked in a follow up consultation. Deirdre, Galway.'
I have been to see Colette in the past and found her advice amazing, and it definitely gave me the tools I needed to keep going with giving the kids good, healthy food! Patricia, Galway
I'm a Mum of 4 kids and came to Colette looking for expert help for 2 of my kids. I found Colette's help great and in just 2 sessions I got the help I needed to ensure my kids are eating much better, especially at meal times. S. Kildare
Based on Colette’s advice I started making small, straightforward changes immediately with my preschooler. I couldn’t believe the way my daughter's diet changed so much. She is now not only willing to try foods, but eats lots of different foods. She was particularly poor at eating all vegetables before; but now regularly eats a wide variety of vegetables like peas, sweet corn, carrots and even cauliflower and broccoli. I didn’t think this was possible after all the times I presented vegetables before, but with no success. Kate, Clare.
We had previously asked others for help to improve our little mans's eating. They simply recommended eliminating snacks between meals and the immediate reduction of milk. We found that this was just not very realistic. Instead, Colette advised a far better, step-by-step approach; that is how to re-introduce foods and create an interest in a wide variety of foods. This of course was a much more successful approach. MG, Dublin.