Your Sleep Consultant in Birmingham, AL
Are You Ready For Your Child To Sleep Through The Night?
You are exhausted, frustrated with life as a parent because you are sleep deprived. Your child is not sleeping well, waking up multiple times throughout the night, refusing naps, and throwing sleep deprived tantrums throughout the day.
You feel overwhelmed and fresh out of ideas for how to get your baby to sleep. You’re searching the internet on ways to get your baby to sleep and only find books, but you need a solution now! Who has time to read a book when your focus and concentration are shot!!
Every morning you wake up with your baby in your bed because you are desperate for a good nights rest. You need help, but you don’t know who to turn to because family and friends have suggested ‘cry it out’ and you don’t feel comfortable doing that. You just want some advice and support on teaching your baby to sleep.
Instead of enjoying motherhood, you are at your wits end and starting to doubt your parenting abilities. Now the overwhelm that you feel is turning into a fear of failure. You don’t want to fail your child. You just want to get them to sleep.
What If Getting Your Child To Sleep Didn’t Have To Be So Hard?
Imagine that you’ve finally got your child sleeping 12 hours through the night, uninterrupted within a couple weeks! Your child is able to flawlessly fall asleep at bedtime within five minutes of being put in his or her crib. When your child wakes in the night, he/she is able to put themselves back to sleep without your assistance within minutes.
Imagine your baby waking up at or after 6am to start his/her day fully rested and happy. Your baby embracing nap time during the day, falling asleep within minutes, and staying asleep for at least an hour for each nap. Your baby being cheerful and having less tantrums throughout the day.
You’re excited to wake up after 6am, getting a full night’s rest, ready to start your day. You’ve got more energy than you’ve felt since having the baby. For the first time, you are feeling confident about your parenting and enjoying motherhood. You are excited to have evenings with your spouse again, enjoying each other and rekindling your relationship.
Do any of these sound familiar?
- “Your child screams bloody murder at O’dark thirty in the AM and you shudder at the thought of leaving your child to cry for a prolonged period of time.”
- “You’re afraid that with all of this broken sleep that your child is literally going to be temper terror during the day, just cranky, whiny and clingy.”
- “Or on the other hand, you wonder how your child is so happy and seems to be well adjusted during the day and you are a total wreck.”
- “When you are so sleep deprived that you forget to take a shower because your days and nights are running together.”
- “Your child absolutely refuses sleep in their crib and your only option is to co-sleep.”
I am a sleep consultant for tired, exhausted parents who have run out of ideas on how to get their child to sleep. You feel like you’re falling short as a parent and are so overwhelmed with sleep deprivation that it has an effect on your relationships, mood and professional output. I’ll help you build your confidence and get your child sleeping so that you can rekindle time with your spouse, have better concentration/focus at work and have a peaceful household with everyone getting their quality sleep!
As a result of this program, you’ll…
- “Have a step-by-step process for getting your baby to fall asleep every night so that you can finally wake up refreshed and energized each morning.”
- “Feel more confident in your parenting and be more in tuned to your child’s needs, now that you are both sleeping much better.”
- “No longer stress about your child getting the appropriate amount of sleep because he knows how to sleep independently and achieves quality sleep each and every night.”
- “Finally be able to use the crib that you purchased before they were born and allow them to sleep in their own room.”
- “Have the evenings to bond with your husband and/or have that power hour in the morning to get ready for your day.”
This program includes:
Preliminary Evaluation. You’ll receive a short packet to fill out so that we can make the use of the time that we have together during our one hour telephone/virtual consult. This simple questionnaire will help us get clear on your child’s individual needs and sleep prop. With a firm foundation, we will have a clear direction in how to teach your child to sleep independently.
Private Consultation. In this 60-90 minute video session (or telephone session) we’ll discuss your child’s customized sleep plan and answer all questions/concerns. You’ll learn the behavioral tools and techniques to use to get your child on their way to a 12 hour night! You will feel in control of your child’s sleep progress as I will be supporting you the entire way! By the end of this session, you’ll feel more confident in how to proceed and have the expectations on when your child will achieve the 12 hour night.
Support Materials. You’ll receive your child’s customized sleep plan (PDF), a digital sleep log and my Resource guide. The customized sleep plan will be your guide in assisting you with ‘how to’ incorporate the behavioral techniques in order to get your child sleeping better. The sleep log will help you to track when your child eats and sleeps, and this log is beneficial for me to track your child’s sleep progress. My resource guide will be given to you upon our completion of the program and will guide you on ‘what to do’ in situations like daylight savings, travel, illness and nap transitions. Together, these materials will be beneficial to guiding you on toward your child’s first 12 hour night!
Follow-up Support. We will have several check in calls to see how your child’s sleep progress is going. During our talks, we will discuss any adjustments needed at that time. You will also gain the confidence in knowing that your child’s sleep habits will improve drastically and you’ll be satisfied with the results. As a bonus, you’ll also receive daily email support, in the event you need assistance, I’m just an email away! As your child’s sleep habits improves, your sleep will increase!
You can finally rest in knowing that your child will sleep the recommended amount of hours per day and night. And I can help you reach that goal, which will relieve the stress and irritation of sleep deprivation.
Let’s Get Started
Are you interested in working with me? Excellent! Here’s how to get started.
Step 1. Schedule a complimentary, no-obligation consult. You can do that right here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 2. At the scheduled time of your consult, we’ll consult! We’ll use the opportunity to make sure we are a perfect fit before you commit.
Step 3. If you decide to work with me, I’ll tell you the exact steps for getting started. If you decide not to work with me or if we aren’t a perfect fit, I’m happy to share other resources to help you get what you need.
Have questions? Email me. email@example.com
As a mother of three children, one who had sleep issues, I understand the emotional strain and stress that a child not sleeping through the night can have on a family. While training to become a baby sleep consultant in Birmingham, Alabama, I recently discovered the need for children to sleep through the night in order to be well-adjusted individuals.
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