SATTER, Ellyn. American, b. 1942. Genres: Food and Wine. Career: Jackson Clinic, Madison, WI, clinical dietitian, 1966-82; clinical social worker, 1982-. Currently works as an eating disorder specialist and as a consultant in feeding and eating; lecturer and workshop leader. Publications: Child of Mine: Feeding with Love and Good Sense, 1983, expanded ed, 1986; Parent and Child, Better Health Programs, 1985; How to Get Your Kid to Eat-But Not Too Much, 1987. Contributor of articles on childhood nutrition to popular and professional journals and producer of videotapes on feeding children. Address: Family Therapy Center, 700 Rayovac Dr. Suite 220, Madison, WI 53711, U.S.A.
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