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    Brooklyn Feeding Academy - Adam Kolesar
    Brooklyn Feeding Academy - Adam Kolesar
    Street:
    505 Court Street Apt #1B
    City:
    Brooklyn
    State:
    NY
    Zip Code:
    11231
    Phone:
    917-232-2267
    Neighborhood:
    Carroll Gardens

    Review and Rating

    Reviewed by 2017Review
    On 02-Jun-2017
    Subject:  ISO good feeding therapist for 2.5 y.o. w/ food aversions
    Comment:  Also heard great things about Adam Kolesar and know people who have used, and loved, him but he did not have availability when I called. He was, however, fantastic about talking through a bunch of things.
    Reviewed by 2017Review
    On 02-Jun-2017
    Subject:  ISO good feeding therapist for 2.5 y.o. w/ food aversions
    Comment:  Adam Kolesar @Brooklyn Feeding Academy. I used to work with him...he is awesome... Don't have # ..handy though .
    Reviewed by 2016Review
    On 04-Mar-2016
    Subject:  Food therapist for 3 year old?
    Comment:  Try Adam Kolesar at Brooklyn Feeding Academy.
    Reviewed by
    On 27-Apr-2014
    Subject:  Re: [PSP] Occupational Therapist for Feeding Therapy/Food Aversion?
    Comment:  Try Adam Kolesar.
    Reviewed by Administrator
    On 07-Oct-2013
    Subject:  Re: [ANONYMOUS] ISO speech and feeding therapist for toddler under 2
    Comment:  I can recommend Adam Kolesar of the Brooklyn Feeding Academy.
    Reviewed by PSPMemberReview
    On 20-Nov-2011
    Comment:  You might look into the Brooklyn Feeding Acadamy http://brooklynfeedingacademy.com/ Adam Kolesar worked with my daughter (at the time about 16 months old) for about 3-4 months and was wonderful. We did both individual sessions and group sessions. He is a unique individual, and I was skeptical at first, but my daughter responded to him right away and I found him a wonderful resource for all the stress and anxiety that comes with having a child who won't eat for behavioral issues. He does not take insurance, but will provide the paperwork for you to submit. Warning - insurance companies make you jump through hoops to get it covered and I was never successful.(September 2011)