Does not include service & handling fees, if applicable.
Join us for a class led by NYC sleep expert and author.
Babies ages 4-24 months (crib sleepers)
In this talk, Julie will dispel common sleep myths and teach parents a new and relieving way of thinking about sleep. She will demonstrate their Sleep Wave technique, designed to turn over the role of falling asleep to your capable baby—which is key to sleeping through the night. Naps, night wakings, routines, schedules, feeding, and weaning will also be addressed. Q+A will follow the talk. Non-walkers welcome to attend. Coffee and pastries will be served!
Children ages 2-6 (bed sleepers)
When it comes to sleep help, babies get all the attention! But sleep issues are very common in the preschool years—as little ones grow, they become more independent and masterful at stalling, testing, and negotiating. This talk gives parents solutions to the most common sleep issues for preschoolers including:
You will leave this seminar with a clear, sensitive sleep plan for your child. Coffee and pastries will be served!
Price is per couple.
Heather Turgeon, MFT is a psychotherapist who specializes in sleep and parenting …
Heather Turgeon, MFT is a psychotherapist who specializes in sleep and parenting. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times and The Washington Post, among others. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two kids. She and Julie frequently speak at parenting centers and schools, and offer sleep consultations and individual therapy.
Julie Wright, MFT is based in New York City and offers sleep consultations and parent counseling …
Julie Wright, MFT is based in New York City and offers sleep consultations and parent counseling. She is the coauthor of The Happy Sleeper and Now Say This. Julie is the creator of the Wright Mommy and Me, one of Los Angeles' best known mommy and me programs. She is a psychotherapist with specialized training and experience in the 0-3 years, interning at Cedars Sinai Early Childhood Center and LA Child Guidance Clinic.
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