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Welcome Tired Parents & Exhausted Families!

on Fri, 12/26/2014 - 19:28

Does your child get up once or multiple times a night?

Is bedtime more like "dread" time and constantly a battle?

Does your child need you to rock him, feed him, or plug in his pacifier to get back to sleep?

Does your child climb into your bed each night?

Are you and/or your partner feeling frustrated or hopeless?

If you are experiencing nightly sleep issues with your child,  sleep coaching can help. Through sleep coaching, your child will learn to fall asleep and stay asleep all night long.

Lack of sleep and sleep issues in children can disrupt health and happiness in the home. It can also affect family cohesion and get in the way of parenting at one’s best. Establishing positive sleep habits will help families experience an improved quality of life.

You are not alone in your sleep struggles. Many parents have sought out sleep coaching from exhaustion and desperation, and experienced its benefit. Parents have also reported benefits that have generalized to other areas of their child's life, such as reduced separation anxiety, improved appetite, and increased cooperation.

Rediscover what a good night’s sleep feels like. Call (914) 310-9544 now for a 15 minute FREE consultation.

Getting Your Child to Nap

on Wed, 09/03/2014 - 11:42

Getting your child to nap can be very frustrating. Naps are the toughest part of sleep training. When teaching children to sleep, in most cases, night sleep falls into place first. Naps can be a lot more stubborn. It can be tempting to give up on getting your child to nap, but it is important to make a solid effort. Poor naps lead to night time sleep disruption, and can affect day time behavior. Here are some helpful nap tips that parents should know when attempting to nap train their child. Learning and practicing these tips can help parents have an increased chance of nap success.

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The Unexpected Benefits of Sleep Coaching

on Thu, 05/29/2014 - 04:02

When parents first seek my help it is because they have not slept well in ages. However, after collaborating with me on a sleep plan for their child, they see additional benefits beyond their child sleeping through the night. That is because sleep coaching is not just a quick fix. It is a change in parental response and interaction that leads to better outcomes for the entire family. This new response and interaction that parents learn can be generalized to many areas of the child’s life.