Elizabeth Clawson

Elizabeth Clawson, MS, Ph.D., LCP, HSPP, is an internationally renowned pediatric clinical psychologist known for her extensive work in the field of pediatric feeding disorders. Dr. Clawson is a dynamic and engaging speaker who is able to combine her clinical expertise with research based outcomes to support the intervention strategies presented in this course. Her clinical practice is at the Pediatric Feeding Program at St. Marys Center for Children in Evansville, Indiana. Dr. Clawson received her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1996. She completed her internship training at the Kennedy Krieger Institute/Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Pediatric Feeding Disorders Program. As behavioral director of the Childrens Feeding Program in Richmond, VA she collaborated with colleague Carol Elliott to develop the TR-eatTM model. She has presented and published extensively in the area of pediatrics.

Financial: Elizabeth Clawson receives a honorarium from Education Resources.
Non-Financial: Shehas no relevantnonfinancial relationships to disclose.

Elizabeth's Courses:

Mealtime Miseries: Management of Complex Feeding Issues

What others are saying:

"Two amazing professionals who have skillfully merged essential components of challenging feeding interventions. A course that should be required for any practitioner ever working with feeding issues." -Paulette Schafir

"I have attended a wide variety of continuing education courses in my 13 years of clinical practice including at state and national conventions. Dr. Clawson and Ms. Elliott's course was unquestionably the only corse that teaches a therapist rationale and specific techniques to help a wide variety of children with challenging feeding problems. You leave totally prepared to use proven evidence-based methods." -Tiffany Spinos

"Fantastic course and materials presented in a ready-to use format. One of the best courses I've been to." -Rachel Milton

"The knowledge and techniques I gained in this course is going to make such a tremendous impact on the kids I treat." -Heidi Hebert