Did you know that educating new and expecting parents is linked to better sleepers by 6 months?
Start your little one on off early! Join sleep specialist Dr. Corrine Seeley for a sleep workshop. This workshop is designed to help educate and give parents confidence establishing healthy sleep as they develop in the first year.
Parents will be guided through each stage starting with newborn and working through the changes at 4 months and beyond. The goal of this workshop is to help your baby get the sleep they need now, and give you confidence moving forward building their sleep skill in a way that is age appropriate, gradual and gentle. It gives parents the flexibility to work through modules from the comfort of their own home and at their own pace, with no added stress of achieving perfection in a short two week window.
In the module I will not tell you what to do and it is not one size fits all, but rather you will get confidence navigating options, knowing what is and is not research based, so you can form judgements that are appropriate and based off education (and not opinion).
Just think how nice it would be to never have to second guess yourself?
Plus all workshop attendees get one free email to Dr Seeley to ask anything! (This can be used at any age up until 2 years old).
Module 1: From Womb to World
The infant “self-soothing” brain, sleep props and transition tools (yes they are okay!), gentle tips for encouraging independent, gradual techniques vs. cry-it-out and what the research says, gaining confidence in your decisions and avoiding bad advice, getting longer stretches and some nice solids naps.
Navigating opinions on infant sleep from books, blogs, and even medical professionals can be overwhelming for parents. Dr. Corrine Seeley, is a paediatric sleep specialist, working in the area of sleep and development over 12 years (Ph.D. Sleep Neuroscience). After having a son of her own she devoted her career to bringing educated and realistic sleep education to families through workshops and one-on-one consultations.
She is particularly passionate about helping expecting families understand infant sleep and giving them tools for their sleep toolbox!