NEXT SESSION BEGINS: May 3, 2021
Why spend time guessing why your child won't sleep.
Are you sick of sharing a bed with your infant or toddler? Do you miss your spouse, who has been in the guest room for months, or miss the extra quiet time to do things you like to do? Is a lack of sleep impacting your performance at work? During our free sleep workshop series, you will uncover:
The 3 simple shifts you can implement today to get your kids started on healthier sleep habits tonight.
The biggest mistake that parents make that derail naps, bedtime. and cause early morning wakings.
The three essential parts of every bedtime routine to help your child fall asleep and stay asleep with ease.
The common mistake, pitfalls, and sabotage parents face when they are sleep training or coaching their infant or child.
As your child grows and their needs change, teeth erupt and colds happen, we discuss avoiding these and other sleep regressions forever.
*This session is appropriate for children 4 months - 4 years of age.
"This was the most informative workshop I have ever been to. I have learned more in these few days from you then I did in a paid "DIY" program that failed us." -Breanna
"You are amazing. With a few small tweaks from this workshop, my baby who never slept for more than 2 hours at night is now sleeping straight through. You are a lifesaver."
"You are a sleep ninja. My son is now going to bed without a fight and two hours of us laying there. His grades are better and he is a happier kid again - THANK YOU."
Courtney Zentz works with thousands of families around the world and has earned numerous certifications in sleep, lactation (CLC), and as a postpartum doula. Her Slumber Made Simple™ methodology looks at sleep and our relationship with it in a whole new way. She contributes regularly to Thrive Global, Tuck, Romper, Fatherly, and many more parenting resources, all in the name of sleep!
Courtney R. Zentz, CLC
Founder, Tiny Transitions Sleep Consulting
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