60. Helping Children Sleep With Gaby Wentworth

Do You Struggle With Getting Your Children to sleep?

Are You Too Sleep Deprived To Make Sense Of Children’s Sleep Books?

Unsure How To Handle Bedtime and Naps?

Try These Helpful Strategies From Gaby Wentworth, Child Sleep Consultant, and Get Your Family Some Much-Needed Sleep!

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Children’s brains and bodies need regular high-quality sleep to thrive. When children aren’t getting enough sleep, the entire family suffers. In today’s episode, we talk to Gaby Wentworth, a Pediatric Sleep Consultant who offers some straight-forward and research-based strategies for improving children’s sleep.

Gaby Wentworth, LCSW is a certified pediatric sleep consultant based in Denver, Colorado. Gaby got her BA in sociology from the University of Notre Dame, received her MSW at the University of Denver, and got her certification as a Pediatric Sleep Consultant from The Family Sleep Institute. Gaby experienced a great deal of trouble with her first child’s sleep. Recognizing the negative impact that it had on her family’s wellbeing, she knew something had to be done. After having the life changing experience of hiring a pediatric sleep consultant, Gaby decided to combine her background in mental health and newfound passion for children’s sleep solutions and open Rockabye Rockies.

Resources:

Rockabye Rockies Pediatric Sleep Consulting

http://www.familysleepinstitute.com

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