I think I have made a mistake in picking a feeding therapist. The one we are seeing is well regarded, but she is more focused on the mechanics of eating. I want DD to willingly put food in her mouth. At this point I don't care if she has proper lip closure or not. The therapist gave us a feeding technique, which has turned DD off from spoon feeding all together - like a complete backslide. We are slowly building back up to where she was before that appointment.
I am now thinking we are going to need an intensive feeding clinic where we have weeks of therapy condensed to get her to eat beyond purees. She has an interest in eating - she feeds her dolls and even munches on the Melissa & Doug wooden food. She licks food, we just have this hump to get over of teaching her eat solid food and psychologically getting over her fear of gagging and vomiting.
Has anyone on here done an intensive feeding clinic, if so, which one and was it successful?