Some of my clients frequently asked questions
Somewhere between four to six months most babies are ready for sleep guidance, with sleep training able to start from six months of age.
Chantal provides in-home, personalised sleep foundation plans, advice, age appropriate routines and support at any time from birth to three years, and will work with parents from six months who want to find a gentle, supportive sleep training method perfect for their child and them.
You may have read every infant sleep book, and you may be having your fourth child, but every baby is different and each one needs a personalised routine and sleep settling plan for ultimate success.
Using a certified, trained and experienced sleep consultant such as Chantal can ensure your success,
- Chantal provides a one-on-one in-home personalised sleep service and is therefore able to gain an in-depth understanding of your baby and the sleep issues you are experiencing,
- Often just meeting with Chantal and gaining advice and support can be just the thing to help parents achieve success,
- Chantal will ‘hold your hand” during the tough times, and fine-tune the sleep plan as needed,
- When you pay for a service, you are much more likely to follow it and gain success,
- Chantal aims to empower parents and enable them to settle their child in a way that suits them; when you use a program that suits you, you are more likely to stick with it long term.
Every method Chantal recommends is designed to be gentle and minimise crying for your child. Chantal prefers hands-on settling techniques and parental presence as comfort methods. Chantal is committed to children feeling safe, secure and comforted as they go to sleep.
As a mother and certified sleep consultant, Chantal is extremely responsive and intuitive and her vast experience allows her to know how to soothe your child and lull them to sleep.
Children are resilient and parents should remember that through this process they are giving their little one and themselves the best gift possible, the gift of sleep.
Ensuring bubs are getting enough feeds and nutrition during the day and appropriate wake windows so they are tired but not overtired is important in a routine for good sleep. Not enough sleep during the day can lead to overnight wake-ups and interrupted sleep.