If your child is between 18 months and 7 years old, the typical sleep challenges are very different from that of an infant — and typically a little more complicated. I understand this and can help you.
Is this program right for me?
If you're here, chances are you are tired and looking for answers.
If you can answer yes to any of these questions, then I can help you.
My approach was created out of a strong belief that healthy sleep habits make for healthy children and healthy families. It is of great importance to help your little one become well-rested and develop their own independent sleep skills. At this age, you will see your child be more alert during their awake times, better able to learn and retain newly learned skills, and experience less meltdowns and temper tantrums.
If you are ready for a plan that is easy and clear to follow and will teach your child the skills necessary to sleep through the night and have great naps during the day, contact me to schedule a one-on-one consultation. When we work together, you help your baby develop important life skills that allow them to become a good sleeper. During our time together, you will see your bond and relationship with your child grow and evolve to being one that is not clouded by sleep deprivation and exhaustion.
A little note about the "crying" that parents ask about when they consider sleep training their baby, as I think it needs to be addressed here. Crying is your child's way of protesting change, and you can reasonably expect that making a change to their sleep habits and routines will result in some protest. This is why I always make sure to tell parents that our program will likely involve some amount of protest on the child's part. Please understand that I will never ask you to leave your child to cry alone, nor will I ever ask you to ignore their cries. I give you new ways to respond to and comfort your child so that they can continue to feel safe and secure while we work together to teach them new sleep skills. The reason my sleep method is so effective is that it allows you to create a plan that you feel comfortable with, based on what you know about your baby.
Select the sleep package that is right for you. All sleep packages must be purchased prior to your sleep consultation. Ask about a sibling discount if you are ready to tackle sleep habits for more than one of your children!*
How I will get your family sleeping again
If your child is between 18 months and 5 years old, the rules of sleep have changed, in comparison to that of an infant. Taking into consideration their age and development, you are now dealing with habits that are more ingrained, and your child is now actively participating in social interactions and experiences occurring around them: testing the rules and boundaries, or possibly developing common fears such as fear of the dark or monsters under their beds. They may also be experiencing 'big kid' milestone transitions, such as moving into a big kid bed or dropping their last nap. However, it is never too late to help your toddler or preschooler learn new sleep habits that promote independence and health. Your sleep package includes everything the Infant Sleep Package includes — plus a little more time and support:
In-Home Support Package
I will come to your home approximately one hour prior to your child’s bedtime and stay with you for six or 11 hours for the first night of your sleep plan. I will coach you through your bedtime routine and any night wakings until it is time for me to quietly leave. This package includes everything listed under the Toddler/Preschooler Sleep Package along with my visit and personalized coaching in your home. We will also schedule one initial phone call to talk through the details of your sleep plan prior to my visit. This package is available on a very limited basis, and requires advanced scheduling.
If you aren't sure this package is for you, no worries! Schedule a call with Katie and she can walk you through the process so you can make a decision.
Katie has worked in the field of education for more than 10 years working with children of all ages, from newborn up through high school. As a certified baby and toddler sleep consultant, she also has worked with families to solve their sleep issues for the past 6 years. She has completed her education to become a certified adult sleep coach, and is now working with adults who are experiencing issues with their sleep and are ready to sleep well once again. She is also proficient in American Sign Language, so she is able to serve families who primarily communicate using ASL and the relay service. She discovered what worked for her family, and now she wants to help you figure out what works for you!
Still Not Sure?
Getting your littles to sleep may seem like a big investment, but I guarantee the results will be beneficial to your health and contribute to bringing more happiness to your family. If you're not sure if a sleep consulting package is for you, no worries! Let's get on the phone and chat in a free consultation where I can help you decide if this is right for you.