Our Sleep Consulting Services

Are any of these things happening in your family?

~ You have tried everything to improve and nothing is changing? 

~ You are treading on eggshells around every bedtime and nap time?

~ You have no quality time with your partner.

~ You cannot comprehend going back to work feeling so exhausted.

~ You are pregnant and already so exhausted with the thought of losing anymore sleep


While Working with Settle & Flow …

~ You will gain confidence with sleep and parenting once again.

~ You will feel like a completely different person, in just a few days. 

~ You will have more sleep, more time and more space; every single day.

~ You will wonder why you didn’t reach out for support sooner. 

~ You will have the insight, understanding and experience of a sleep consultant, Mum of 4 and midwife, at every step.

Your Next steps to having More Sleep...

Step 1 – Book a 15 minute call with me, so we can chat about your current sleep struggles and how I could support you 
Step 2 – Once we chat, I will send you an email with details of my Support Options and you can go over it with your partner.
Step 3 – If you decide you would like to work together – simply reply to the ‘My Program’ email.
Step 4 – We will book a time for your initial sleep consultation and I will send you a detailed questionnaire.
Step 5 – Choose a night to start your Program, have 1:1 support and accountability, (the key to making change) and enjoy more sleep.

View our service below to see how we can support you.

(0-4 Months)

I work with parents during this time to help set a foundation for sleep and settling that will support you as your baby grows and develops.

(3 - 20 Months)

I love working with babies & parents during this time, as babies are so responsive to change & learning new skills, like settling to sleep.

(20 Months+)

Working with toddlers and parents during this time, is so rewarding because not only do sleep habits change but so can how we parent.

What about the crying?

People often ask or have an underlying concern that ‘sleep training’ in general, involves ‘crying it out’. As crying is a baby’s main form of communication – there most likely will be crying however in my experience, it is not necessarily the crying that is the issue, but rather how we support the crying and the understanding we bring to the baby or child during these times. As part of this I generally will not ask you to leave your baby alone to cry or ignore their cries.

Sibling Discount

20% discount for each additional child, within the same family