Updated: Feb 24
If you are in the parenting world, it's likely that someone has told you that you need to let your baby "cry-it-out" (aka sleep train) so that babe will "sleep through the night." And if you are here, it's likely that advice didn't sit well with you.
So what about this "cry-it-out" and other separation-based sleep training and discipline?
Well you won’t find it here.
I take a holistic approach to sleep by taking time to learn about each family I work with. I want to validate parents by reassuring them they are on the right path. We will talk about what is biologically normal for infants at various stages of development, rule out any red flags that may be interrupting sleep and find hacks, strategies and coping tools to help moving forward.
Will this mean there will be no crying? Nope. There may be tears and that is okay. Babies have a lot to cry about and it is not our role as parents to stop them from expressing their
emotions. It is our job to support emotional expression. Therefore, if parent-led changes are needed around sleep, I will provide information on making these changes and supporting the resulting emotion.
If you are interested in working with me 1:1 for sleep support, please book a 15 minute
discovery call to find out if we are a good fit.