Breastfeeding Consultation

Breastfeeding Consultation

$330.00 USD

An Assessment Consultation with Lindsay Wark can assist you in identifying the cause and solution to breastfeeding problems, promote your baby's enjoyment while breastfeeding, and gain greater confidence in your ability to provide for his/her nutritional and emotional needs.

There are four steps involved in a Breastfeeding Consultation. 

STEP 1 - Questionnaire: Once you have booked a consultation, you will receive a confirmation email that includes a link to an online questionnaire. Please complete the questionnaire at a time convenient to you, but submit in advance of your scheduled appointment. 

STEP 2 - Discussion: Your consultant will contact you vat the scheduled time, via the communication method of your choice. This part of the consultation process generally takes between 40 to 75 minutes. [Note: We don't need to see your baby at this time.] 

STEP 3 - Written plan: As soon as possible following the discussion, your consultant will send you a written plan. This includes the information discussed plus links to online articles that you may find helpful. 

STEP 4 - Review: If you are not observing signs of improvement in your baby's feeding within the time-frame provided, your consultant will review. 

The types of breastfeeding problems we can assist with include... 

Breastfeeding aversion - also called feeding strike or phobia - where a baby who previously nursed well now fusses or refuses to nurse (while awake) despite obvious signs of hunger. 

Lactose overload - a common breastfeeding problem related to an oversupply of breastmilk, which causes abdominal discomfort. The symptoms are often misdiagnosed as colic, reflux, or mistakenly linked to foods eaten by the mother.

Sleep-feeding - where a baby only feeds or feeds more effectively when drowsy or asleep. 

Reverse-cycle feeding patternwhere a baby over the age of 6 months nurses more often and more efficiently at night compared to the day. 

Snack-feeding - where a baby breastfeeds briefly and demands nursing more often than expected for age.

Insatiably hungry baby - where it appears as if a baby is constantly hungry. He/she appears to want to be constantly demanding breastfeeds.

Bottle-feeding refusal - where a breastfed baby refuses to feed from a bottle. 

Click here for a list of other baby care problems that we can help resolve.

Our expertise is in resolving ‘behavioral’ problems - which are the most common of all reasons for physically well babies and toddlers to become distressed and/or experience feeding, sleeping, and growth problems. We provide practical parenting advice related to infant feeding, settling, and soothing methods.

We are renowned for providing effective drug-free solutions to complex baby care problems that health professionals - who focus only on physical causes - are unable to solve. Medications, dietary change, and surgical procedures will not resolve behavioral problems. [See our Testimonials.] 

The power to fix your baby care problem is in your hands. You just need to learn how. We have the knowledge and experience to guide you.

Contact us if you would like to clarify if we can help resolve your baby care problem.

WHAT'S INCLUDED

There are four steps involved in a Breastfeeding Consultation. 

STEP 1 - Questionnaire: Once you have booked a consultation, you will receive a confirmation email that includes a link to an online questionnaire. Please complete the questionnaire at a time convenient to you, but submit in advance of your scheduled appointment. 

STEP 2 - Discussion: Your consultant will contact you vat the scheduled time, via the communication method of your choice. This part of the consultation process generally takes between 40 to 75 minutes. [Note: We don't need to see your baby at this time.] 

STEP 3 - Written plan: As soon as possible following the discussion, your consultant will send you a written plan. This includes the information discussed plus links to online articles that you may find helpful. 

STEP 4 - Review: If you are not observing signs of improvement in your baby's feeding within the time-frame provided, your consultant will review. 

BREASTFEEDING PROBLEMS

The types of breastfeeding problems we can assist with include... 

Breastfeeding aversion - also called feeding strike or phobia - where a baby who previously nursed well now fusses or refuses to nurse (while awake) despite obvious signs of hunger. 

Lactose overload - a common breastfeeding problem related to an oversupply of breastmilk, which causes abdominal discomfort. The symptoms are often misdiagnosed as colic, reflux, or mistakenly linked to foods eaten by the mother.

Sleep-feeding - where a baby only feeds or feeds more effectively when drowsy or asleep. 

Reverse-cycle feeding patternwhere a baby over the age of 6 months nurses more often and more efficiently at night compared to the day. 

Snack-feeding - where a baby breastfeeds briefly and demands nursing more often than expected for age.

Insatiably hungry baby - where it appears as if a baby is constantly hungry. He/she appears to want to be constantly demanding breastfeeds.

Bottle-feeding refusal - where a breastfed baby refuses to feed from a bottle. 

Click here for a list of other baby care problems that we can help resolve.

WHY WE SUCCEED WHERE OTHERS FAIL

Our expertise is in resolving ‘behavioral’ problems - which are the most common of all reasons for physically well babies and toddlers to become distressed and/or experience feeding, sleeping, and growth problems. We provide practical parenting advice related to infant feeding, settling, and soothing methods.

We are renowned for providing effective drug-free solutions to complex baby care problems that health professionals - who focus only on physical causes - are unable to solve. Medications, dietary change, and surgical procedures will not resolve behavioral problems. [See our Testimonials.] 

The power to fix your baby care problem is in your hands. You just need to learn how. We have the knowledge and experience to guide you.

Contact us if you would like to clarify if we can help resolve your baby care problem.