Consultations for children aged 1,5 to 5 years

Sleep Consultant

Package
Good Start

190 USD

  • Discovery meeting - online video call
  • Creating and analysing your child's sleep diary
  • Sleep consultation between 1.5 - 2 hours long
  • Strategy and action plan tailored to your child's needs
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Package
Care

440 USD

  • Discovery meeting - online video call
  • Creating and analysing your child's sleep diary
  • Sleep consultation between 1.5 - 2 hours long
  • Strategy and action plan tailored to your child's needs
  • A package of 3 phone calls within 4 weeks after the sleep consultation
Sleep Consultant

Package
Care+

745 USD

  • Discovery meeting - online video call
  • Creating and analysing your child's sleep diary
  • Sleep consultation between 1.5 - 2 hours long
  • Strategy and action plan tailored to your child's needs
  • A package of 4 phone calls within 4 weeks after the sleep consultation
  • Daily communication via instant messaging app
  • Daily monitoring of the sleep diary
  • Final meeting with tailored guidelines to enhance your child's sleep

What to expect?

1. Discovery Meeting (~30 min)

This session is designed for us to get to know each other, discuss the sleep issues you're facing, and determine the areas where you seek expert advice. If you're uncertain about which package suits your needs, I'll guide you.

2. Completing a 'Questionnaire' and 'Sleep Diary' (for 5-7 days)

These are two essential tools that give me a comprehensive understanding of your child's sleep patterns. I'll walk you through them in detail during our discovery meeting, explaining how they'll help shape a successful strategy and action plan.

3. Defining Your Goals (~30 min)

During this conversation, we'll assess the feasibility of the goals you've set. If there's a gap between your expectations and your child's needs, we'll determine what we can realistically achieve.

4. Scheduling the Sleep Consultation

We'll find a suitable time slot for the sleep consultation, which will last between 1.5 and 2 hours.

5. Making Payment for Your Chosen Service

Payment can be made via credit or debit card, according to the service package you've chosen: Good Start', 'Care', or 'Care+'.

6. Sleep Consultation (between 1.5 - 2 hours)

As a dedicated child sleep consultant, I'm here to walk this journey with you. Together, we'll address your child's sleep challenges via an online video call. Each consultation lasts between 1.5 to 2 hours - a substantial window that allows us to fully understand your child's sleep patterns and any related difficulties. I will share with you personalized guidance and evidence-based strategies to solve any challenge you are facing. 

7. Follow-up

If you choose the 'Care' or 'Care+' packages, you'll receive a level of service that extends beyond the initial consultation. I believe in offering ongoing support to ensure you're not alone in this journey. With these packages, I'll be there to monitor your child's progress, adjust our sleep strategies as needed, and handle any new sleep-related challenges that may arise. Through regular check-ins and progress assessments, I can ensure that our tailored plan remains effective and suitable for your child's evolving needs. My goal is to help you feel empowered and confident in guiding your child towards healthier sleep habits.

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Frequently Asked Questions from Parents

The 'Good Start' package is suitable for parents who primarily need advice and guidance. They're ready to work independently and are confident in their ability to implement the strategy and action plan designed for their child.

As a child sleep consultant, parents often ask me for help with sleep problems, such as:

The child refuses to go to sleep for the night.

The child wakes up several times during the night and parents cannot get a good night's sleep.

The child wakes up very early in the morning.

The child refuses to take an afternoon nap.

The child suddenly starts waking up during the night, having previously had a good night's sleep.

The child experiences night fears, nightmares, or night terrors.

It is time to move your child to a separate room.

When the child is about to start daycare, but still wants to sleep twice during the day.

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I'm here to help with these and many other sleep-related concerns. If you're struggling with your child's sleep, simply get in touch with me.
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