Sleep training by definition, means to condition your baby or child through behavioral modification, to no longer cry for help at night. Sleep without sleep training is different because it respects the baby or child's needs, promotes responsive parenting and encourages nurturing from an emotionally available, attuned, engaged parent who puts relationships first and is willing to connect during emotional expression.  Unlike sleep training, we do not focus on changing the baby or child, but rather focus on removing the barriers that prevent sleep from happening, changing the conditions, and teaching the parents how to respond and react to emotion without causing intermittment reinforcement.  

Shifting comfort zones: Yes, this works!

This is not a quick fix, but a long term solution that not only provides sleep solutions but builds connection and prevents emotional challenges beyond the toddler years. 

  • Parents who prefer a balanced approach to healthy sleep habits
  • Who wish to avoid traditional sleep training, but still need sleep!
  • Attachment parents or those who are somewhere in the middle! 
  • Parenting styles aligned with modern parenting philosophies 
  • Conscious parents who want to integrate this parenting style with sleep 
  • Parents who prefer to use supported emotion and positive affirmations
  • Parents who are dedicated to the process of holistic sleep & willing to look beneath the tip of the iceberg for the root of the problem while making lifestyle changes
  • Parents who are interested in learning more about emotional development, connectedness, and co-regulation with babies/toddlers to set loving limits and support healthy solutions that extend beyond sleep work

Sleep support for the following:

  • Frequent night wakings 
  • Sleep associations 
  • Difficulty settling at bedtime 
  • Early rising, short naps, split nights, false starts
  • Frequent night feeds/ weaning night feeds
  • Breastfeeding that becomes an attachment/ assocoation
  • Night weaning only/ OR weaning day & night
  • Babies who only sleep in arms/ upright/ rock N play
  • Babies with medical issues or trauma that affects sleep
  • Co-sleeping or family bed but want consolidated night sleep
  • Co-sleeping transition from bassinet to crib/ crib to toddler bed/ etc
  • Hidden sleep issues, triggers, leadership, balancing the needs
  • Weaning pacifier, when it's the best time, what method
  • Newborn Sleep Education & Prevention of Sleep Challenges
  • Establishing Newborn Sleep & Feeding , IBCLC Coaching
  • Demand feeds, breastfeeding friendly sleep solutions
  • Sleep science, developmental milestones, expectations
  • Sleep management, creating long term habits
  • Sleep issues for babies of mom’s with PPD or PPA
  • Mom’s managing baby sleep with depression/ medical issues
  • Stay at home moms or dads/ Parents who work FT with nannies

Parent Coaching:

  • Toddler fears and separation anxiety
  • Toddler aggression and emotion / Biting, hitting and tempers
  • Picky eaters, meal plans and pro-sleep foods
  • Referrals to nutritionists, child psychologists and more
  • Trigger points for parents and how to avoid emotional traps
  • Bedtime battles, stalling tactics, connection and play therapy
  • Emotional fusion, mother/child anxieties/ guided meditation
  • Night terrors or confusional arousals/ Bad dreams or nightmares
  • Reversing negative associations with crib/nursery or bedtime
  • Dependency in the day vs nighttime/ Creating space for separation 
  • Siblings sharing a room and balancing parental attention
  • Stay at home moms, dads, and nannies...all on the same page!
  • Transitions with nannies, caregivers, daycare, preschool, siblings, moves, travel
  • Personal development as a parent, the path to success through the eyes of a child
  • Self discovery, awareness, pausing first, healing old scars, recognizing when it's you
  • Your child's true self, the mirror image and seeing them as a teacher and guide
  • Understanding leadership parenting, the need for containment
  • Providing loving limits and safe boundaries
  • Redirection: Never or sometimes?
  • The benefit of emotional release and why emotion is a project our little ones need to complete