For expecting parents & babies 0-4 months

Get ahead of the game—building a solid sleep foundation early on means you won’t have to break old habits later. If you’re expecting or have a newborn, this package is for you. You’ll become an expert on newborn sleep, learn what to expect those first few months, and have a roadmap to sleep success.


What to Expect:

Like all other skills, sleep skills must be learned. The newborn package includes a customized sleep plan that will focus on achieving independent sleep. Even though I don’t “sleep train” newborns (their little tummies need food often), we can get baby set up for sleep success now so he/she is a champion sleeper later. This package includes:


  • Sleep Assessment Questionnaire
  • A 1-hour, Virtual consultation
  • Customized, Written Healthy Habits Sleep Plan
  • Nursery Assessment
  • Three Follow-up Calls
  • Three Follow-up Emails
  • Goodbye Package

Investment – $295.00

Frequently Asked Questions:

What’s the best age to sleep train? Can you sleep train a newborn?

The honest answer is that, there is no magic age where a baby wakes up, suddenly a perfect candidate for sleep train. With that said, around the 4-month mark is when we find that babies are develpmentally ready, as their sleep patterns have begun to evolve. For newborns, we focus on building healthy sleep hygiene to set you up for success.

Do you use the “cry-it-out” method?

The extinction method, better known as “cry-it out” is not something I suggest to parents I work with. Having said that, for babies and toddlers, crying is their way of protesting change.

I’m always sure to tell parents that, even though my approach is gentle, it will most likely involve at least some amount of protest.

Please know that I will never ask that you leave your child to cry alone, nor will I ask you to ignore his/her cries. The reason that my methods are so effective is that they allow parents the opportunity to develop a plan with which they feel comfortable, with each child’s unique demeanor at top of mind.


What if my baby has colic, reflux, etc.?

If your little one has reflux or colic, you may wonder if sleep training is right for you. The answer is yes, and I have worked with many such babies. If needed, I am happy to collaborate with pediatricians and specialists to ensure we meet your baby’s needs.