Application of Responsive Feeding Therapy Values in Clinical Practice


9th December 22

Description: Rowell and her colleagues describe the 5 core values of Responsive Feeding Therapy in their 2020 paper Responsive Feeding Therapy: Values and Practice. We will define each of these practice values, explore the evidence base for their utilization, and think through case studies that highlight the importance of each value.

Open Hands

 List the 5 core values inherent in responsive feeding therapy practice.


 Describe the evidence base for the impact of intrinsic motivation on long-term behavior.

 Describe how to incorporate the 5 core values of RFT into therapy.




 Describe how caregivers’ responses to a child’s feeding choices influence outcomes.

 Identify obstacles in treatment and discuss strategies to overcome them.



Open Hands

Audience: OT & ST Feeding Therapists & Registered Dieticians (those who work for T2K/GAT, as well as those working for other organizations)

Facilitator: Jenny McGlothlin, MS, CCC-SLP, CLC

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm

Date: 9th Dec

CEU Hours: 6.5 Hours to be approved by TSHA, TOTA & the Commission on Dietetic Registration(For SLPs: approved by TSHA; ASHA will accept TSHA approved courses! Scroll down for info about **Reporting CEUs to ASHA**

Cost: $79 (free for THERAPY 2000 / Green Apple Therapy employees only)

– Registration for those who do not work for T2K/GAT closes at 12pm CST on Thursday, December 8, 2022

– Payment is required prior to receiving webinar login information. All payments final. No refunds or substitutions.