Infant Sleep and Settling with Emotional Health in Mind (0-12 months) (Workshop/Forum)
Is your little one struggling to sleep? Are you feeling frustrated and exhausted? Are you worried about sleep training and which method to use? Are you worried about the impact of any sleep training on your little one's emotional development? When a baby doesn’t sleep well, the whole household suffers. Establishing good sleep habits early can stop sleep problems before they start.
In this once-off 1.5 hour event (including Question & Answer), Louise Shalders discusses baby sleep patterns, sleep cycles, down regulating, tired cues, age-appropriate sleep requirements, swaddling, routines (… or not!) and settling techniques that will set your baby on their way to a healthy approach to sleep.
She will also demonstrate these techniques.
The same event will run on a Tuesday evening and a Saturday morning for you to choose the most suitable.
Date/Time 1: Tuesday 24th July 7:00pm - 8:30pm (Cancelled)
Date/Time 2: Saturday 28th July 9:30am - 11:00am
Location: Sunshine Maternal and Child Health Centre (31A Alexandra Ave Sunshine)
Cost: $30 per person
Your partners are also welcome to attend the event. Please book for 2 people if your partner is also attending. Children are also welcome - please consider your own ability to absorb information while attending to your child's needs.
Louise is an Early Parenting & Infant Health Consultant, who operates a private practice throughout Victoria. She has many years of experience working with families who are experiencing parenting challenges, including infant sleep and settling concerns, breast or bottle feeding issues and general childhood dietary needs, perinatal mental health disorders, toddler and preschool behaviour challenges … the list goes on.
Louise has qualifications in nursing, paediatrics, midwifery, maternal & child health, perinatal & infant mental health and is currently studying a degree in naturopathy.
As a consequence, Louise is sort after for student lecturing, speaking engagements, parent education sessions and mentoring.