According to the National Sleep Foundation, the effects of lack of sleep on your child’s behavior may not be obvious initially. Sleep deprivation is a cumulative problem and its impact becomes more obvious over time.

As adults, we also have our own sleep needs and when we are caring for children, sleep deprivation can be a matter of safety as well as emotional and physical well-being. If this resonates with what you have been experiencing, I want to help you!

Frequently asked questions

What is a sleep consultant?

A sleep consultant is a trained professional who can you help you determine your child’s sleep needs and guide you through the best approach to improve your child’s sleep habits.

How do I know if my child has a sleep problem?

The first step is to consult your doctor and ask about your baby’s health and sleep habits. If your doctor believes that your baby does not have a sleep disorder, but he or she is not sleeping as well as you know they should, a sleep consultant can help by providing you with information and a strategy to get you and your baby sleeping again. A sleep consultant is not a sleep trainer – sleep training is just one of the services we offer.

How does sleep consulting work?

The first step is to set up a free consultation so we can get to know each other. Once you are ready to move forward, a customized sleep plan is designed for your child to get them sleeping again (or for the first time ever). Once we have started implementing the sleep plan, we continue communicating daily to make sure your child is on track. If adjustments are needed, we can make them accordingly.

Can sleep consulting help with other transitions?

Sleep training is just one of the services sleep consultants provide. We also help families with various transitional stages children go through. We can help transition your child to their bedroom if they currently sleep in theirs and help them get into a schedule that works best for your their sleep needs

What happens if my child regresses?

Children go through many developmental jumps in their early years that can affect their sleep. Other factors such as sickness, travel to another time zone, or a new caregiver can also affect their sleep.  Which is why I believe in working with you to create the most effective sleep plan for your family, while providing the flexibility and long-term support to help you adjust to these possible changes


CAD$ 400

Intake consultation
Sleep Assessment
Customized Sleep Plan
45 days of unlimited email, text
or Skype/Whats app support

CAD$ 500

Intake consultation
Sleep Assessment
Customized Sleep Plan
60 days of unlimited email, text
or Skype/Whats app support

CAD$ 600

Intake consultation
Sleep Assessment
Customized Sleep Plan
90 days of unlimited email, text
or Skype or Whats app support

Add Ons

CAD$ 75

This add-on is for those in the Greater Toronto Area who would prefer to have their consultation in-home.

CAD$ 700

Would you prefer to have a consultant help you start your sleep plan with you?
Get this add-on and have a consultant come to your home from bedtime to 5am.


As a birth doula and postpartum doula, I understand my role as someone who will provide emotional and physical support to a person during pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum.

Birth & Postpartum Doula

During pregnancy, as a Birth Doula I will:

  • Meet during the second or third trimester to get to know each other;
  • Teach relaxation, birth positions, and breathing skills;
  • Provide referrals as needed;
  • Answer questions about the birthing process;
  • Help the family to understand labor and delivery procedures;
  • Help the birthing person to develop a birth and a postpartum plan;
  • Develop strategies to increase confidence and decrease fear.

During labor, as a Birth Doula I will:

  • Stay with the birthing person constantly to provide comfort and support;
  • Use massage and touch to help with rest and relaxation;
  • Help with different positions;
  • Remind the birthing person to drink and eat;
  • Help communicate the family preferences to the medical staff;
  • Involve and reassure the partner.

After delivery, as a Birth Doula I will:

  • Help mom and baby to bond and start breastfeeding.

After delivery, as a Postpartum Doula I will:

  • Provide support and encouragement to both parents after bringing your baby home;
  • Teach baby care;
  • Assist with breastfeeding education;
  • Support the partner and other siblings and teach them how to help the postpartum person;
  • Make sure the birthing person gets plenty of rest, eats regularly, stays hydrated, and is comfortable;
  • Do light housekeeping as folding laundry, cooking small meals, prepare snacks, tidy up.
  • Provide referrals as needed.


Please contact me as I have many different options.


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