Sleeping Well Consulting is a sleep consultant company in Asheville, NC that specializes in helping babies, toddlers, and children sleep by teaching parents the latest sleep training techniques. There are a variety of things that set Sleeping Well Consulting apart from all the other sleep training companies that are out there. For starters, Sleeping Well Consulting provides parents with unlimited support for one month when helping babies, toddlers, and children sleep. Although most families usually see results within just one week, Sleeping Well Consulting owner Kim Rogers provides additional support because consistency is a big part of sleep training. Kim helps parents and children achieve success by offering the necessary support to help families establish consistent sleep patterns.
A Knowledgeable and Experienced Sleep Consultant
Sleeping Well Consulting is also different thanks to the extensive education, training, and experience that Kim has. She uses a combination of her master’s degree, her continued research, and her B.S. in Biology to assist clients with both the psychological and behavioral aspects of sleep science during sleep training. Additionally, she has a certificate in Infant Mental Health and a background in Perinatal Mood Disorders that both help during the sleep training process. She helps babies, toddlers, and children to sleep by figuring out what’s causing them to feel stressed or insecure. This allows her to find ways to help your children fall asleep independently.
Sleep Training Coach
But above all else, Kim is an expert coach when it comes to sleep training. She never judges parents when talking to them about their children, and she brings the compassion, gentleness, and understanding that is necessary when helping babies, toddlers, and children sleep. She will guide you and your kids every step of the way and show you how it’s possible to have your baby sleep throughout the night or your child take longer naps in the afternoon. Kim will work with you to either maintain a night feeding or eliminate a night feeding, depending on your needs, or work with you to keep your child in your room while both of you sleep.
Kim is a mother herself, which provides her with a unique perspective as far as sleep training is concerned. She’s also an advocate of respectful and compassionate parenting. She believes that every child has their own innate wisdom and natural ability to master their own sleep, and she gently nudges them in the right direction when helping babies, toddlers, and children sleep. She does it by using clear communication and can tell you all about the benefits that you’ll enjoy when you take advantage of the power of sleep training.
Call Sleeping Well Consulting at 828-242-1427 today to schedule a free 30-minute call so that you can learn more about sleep training.
- Children who don’t sleep well have lower IQs than children who do. (Sleep Medicine. 2010 March 11)
- Children who get less than 10.5 hours of sleep per night are significantly more likely to be obese.
(Pediatrics. 2010 February 8)
- Boys who don’t sleep well are at a significantly higher risk for hyperactivity.
(Pediatrics. 2009 November 1)
- Children who sleep less than 11 hours per night score lower on all kinds of school tests, including math and literacy.
(SLEEP Abstract #0040 San Antonio, 2010.)
Sleep Problems I Help Solve
- Frequent night wakings.
- Difficulty falling asleep.
- The need to fall asleep by rocking, nursing, pacifier, bottle or any other "prop."
- Waking too early in the morning.
- Difficulty napping, short naps, no naps.
- Transition from co-sleeping to crib, crib to bed, and from parent's room to child's own room.
- Difficulty keeping your little one in bed all night.
- Sleep issues during traveling and times of illness.
I often say that sleep training is a misnomer. You won't be training your child to do something, but rather, you'll be allowing your child natural sleep and allowing your child to follow his or her instincts to do what comes naturally. I'll show you the signs to watch for as your child is putting himself or herself to sleep, and how to nudge your little one in that direction if they are frustrated, all while offering your comforting support and presence.
Some call it compassionate sleep training or sleep teaching, or gentle sleep training. My methods are personalized for your child and family situation, to ensure the least amount of stress and crying so that your child can go to sleep easily and peacefully night after night in the fastest amount of time.
I will take the time to evaluate your child's needs and learn how to help him or her fall asleep more easily and stay asleep during the night.
Contact me today to learn how we can work together or if you have any questions!
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