4 months to 3 years ...
After 4 months, babies thrive on schedules and earlier bedtimes. I can help you with more reliable and consistent naps. I can also help address self-soothing, sleep crutches, and multiple (non-nutritive) wake ups.
Closer to 6 months, I can help you get your baby sleeping long stretches and even through the night in some cases and taking longer, more reliable naps. If you are consistent, you will see and experience a remarkable change in just 3 to 5 nights with better naps falling into place a few days later.
My client, E. a mom in New York City, best describes the programs and the process in her testimonial included below:
"Our son was born six weeks early, and from the first day we brought him home, sleep was difficult. By the time we called Brooke, when he was 4 months old, I was totally sleep-deprived and at my wits' end because he would only fall asleep in the car seat, and would only stay asleep if it was either being rocked or walked constantly--a swing wouldn't cut it. I had read several books and was distraught because nothing seemed to help, and the "experts" all just made me feel like a failure because I couldn't get our baby to sleep like he was "supposed to" in the crib and for extended periods of time. I knew our little guy was not a good candidate for "cry it out" sleep training, but my gentle approach was clearly not working. Brooke was an absolute godsend. She was totally positive and supportive, and she took the time to get to know our son as an individual and to assess his specific needs. Brooke was so responsive and available; I called, texted, and/or emailed with her every day, and she always patiently guided me forward. Together, we helped our son learn to fall asleep and stay asleep on his own--without any of us having to cry it out! Brooke is an amazing mentor, teacher, and resource. I have recommended her to everyone I know who has a difficult sleeper. Now, at 9 months, my son falls asleep on his own, in his crib, for two naps and bedtime, and he sleeps through the night."