Toddler Sleep Class
This class was designed for toddlers 13 months-3.5 years, to help you manage the stage of toddlerhood with ease and with more sleep!
This video-based course provides step-by-step guidance covering everything from how to manage separation anxiety to when to drop a nap.
This class is for you if your toddler is experiencing any of the following issues:
- early risings
- trouble falling or staying asleep for naps or night sleep
- separation anxiety
- nightmares or night terrors
- transitioning from the crib to bed
- trouble self-soothing
- trouble following consistent boundaries around sleep
In this class you will learn how to:
- Set healthy foundations of sleep (including nutrition, routine, sleep environment, and sleep schedules)
- Identify your child's sleep profile
- Address night wakings and short naps
- Manage boundary pushing
- Teaching your child to self-soothe
- Transition from co-sleeping and more!
- 5 easy to follow video modules via teachable
- 40+ page booklet outlining step-by-step guidance on each topic
- 15% discount on future hourly consultations
- Product recommendations and discounts
Rachel Mitchell is the founder of My Sweet Sleeper, a certified Pediatric & Maternity Sleep Specialist, former night nanny, and mom of six. Rachel launched My Sweet Sleeper shortly after having her first son in 2010, once she realized how little support was offered to families struggling with sleep deprivation.
Since starting My Sweet Sleeper, Rachel has worked with thousands of families all over the world and gained the rewarding experience of helping their children sleep better. Her company has grown from offering in-home individual sleep consultations, to creating online courses, an online certification program, writing for major publications such as Motherly, The Bump, The Wall Street Journal, and The Huffington Post, as well as becoming a published author.
In addition to her professional experience she has an education background in human and child development from The University of Massachusetts, and is constantly pursuing a higher education to ensure she is an expert in her field.
She resides just outside of Boston with her husband and children. Rachel enjoys running, cooking, and exploring new ways to manage the chaos that comes with a large family.
"This is truly is one of the most wonderful professions, and I genuinely look forward to each new family I get to be a part of".
StartWelcome to the toddler sleep class! (4:29)
StartModule 1-Sleep environment and Nutrition (19:06)
StartModule 2-Routine and Sleep Schedules (28:19)
StartModule 3- Developmental progressions and regressions (26:44)
StartModule 4-Independent sleep tips & sleep teaching techniques (24:34)
StartModule 5-Recommended products for sleep (8:54)