Lucy Wolfe Sleep Consultant

Lucy Wolfe
Sleep Consultant, Co-Creational Relationship Mentor and Mum of Four

Supportive, and easy to follow, self-paced baby & child online courses – helping parents achieve and maintain positive sleep practices, from birth to 6 years of age.

Lucy Wolfe
Sleep Consultant, Co-Creational Psychotherapist

0-6 Mth Sleep Plan

12-18 Mth Sleep Plan

6-8 Mth Sleep Plan

18 - 2.5 Yrs Sleep Plan

8-12 Mth Sleep Plan

3-6 Years Sleep Plan

Lucy Wolfe, author of The Baby Sleep Solution and All About The Baby Sleep Solution has created these online sleep plan courses with you and your busy life in mind; a series of easy to understand and digest, evidence based, practice informed, quality guidance and support. Using easy to follow video and written content, each course will walk you through the discovery of reasons why you are struggling, and will show and guide you how to make changes that support a great parent-child relationship with sleep. You can read more about Lucy in her bio. 

Supportive and easy to follow self paced online courses helping parents achieve and maintain positive sleep practices for you and your baby. From birth to 6 years of age.

What will I achieve out of these baby & child sleep courses?

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About my approach

My sleep approach takes every facet of your child’s story into account, and I help inform and identify core reasons that may be affecting your child’s sleep profile, and by making appropriate changes gently unlock their natural, inherent sleep skill set, enabling them (and you) achieve a deeper, more rested, and less interrupted sleep overnight and to nap well during the day too.

From birth you can begin to gently shape your child’s sleep in the first 6 months and implement my effective and caring, percentage of wakefulness approach and from 6 months onwards up to age 6 you can learn all about my stay and support method and sleep guidance that promotes sleeping through the night and napping well by day, when your child is developmentally able to do so. 

Achieving better, more consolidated, restful sleep as your child matures can be done without leaving them to cry alone.
I will never support or endorse leaving your child alone to “cry it out” or use cry intensive strategies. I encourage you to use, when required, my Stay-and- Support Approach that allows you to be physically responsive, verbally reassuring and emotionally connected as you accompany your child; to always respond, to soothe and to calm them for the duration of their sleep learning journey…. until they feel more safe and secure in their own sleep ability. All the guidance provided is evidence-based, and practice informed.

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