Does this sound familiar?
Sleep challenges have been present over a period of time and you feel that you have exhausted all other options (perhaps sleep training) and it is not working for your child or your family.
Your family has had some significant changes and/or transitions such as a move, new siblings, changes in caregivers, starting at nursery or school.
There may be some additional challenges to your child’s situation, and you are looking for an expert holistic sleep consultant to validate and support your parenting instincts and offer you some advice rooted in education.
You would like a supportive, caring, and non-judgmental voice to help navigate you though a particularly challenging time where lack of sleep is affecting many aspects of your life.
You are curious to learn more about the science behind sleep, the attachment relationship with your child and discovering more about yourself in the process.
You are a new parent or expectant parent and want to learn more about what sleep should ‘look like’ for your little one.
I am a Mama and a Sleep and Well-Being Specialist. I have been in your shoes as a mom, and I know how it feels to be exhausted and looking for answers to sleep challenges that feels right for you and your little one! My education is rooted in child development, attachment sciences and family relationships. I am shaped by my personal and professional experiences of working with families for over 20 years, supporting them around parenting and children’s mental health and well-being. I have the experience and expertise to offer you a holistic and supportive baby sleep consulting service. I will encourage you to follow your parenting instincts and to respond to your child’s needs, always!
What is The Baby-Led Consultation Process Like?
The tailored baby sleep consulting process is comprehensive and unique to the individual, their experiences and story. We approach with a wholeness perspective, with the thought in mind that no single issue exists in isolation. It considers that there are multiple inputs that can affect sleep such as child temperament, evidence-based sleep ranges, your birth story, brain development, caretaker wellness, medical red flags, environment and nutrition.