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March 4th recording of the Webinar available now!

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Β Β Tax-deductible investment

You’ll feel more confident answering challenging sleep questions, preventing sleep challenges and setting families up to sleep soundly.Β 

3 Contact Hours for DONA International, CAPPA, 3 CERPs for IBCLC’s/IBLCE

Recording and materials emailed to all registrants after the live event!Β 

This Webinar is for:

🌘 Birth and Postpartum Doulas

🌘 Lactation Consultants and Counselors, peer breastfeeding educators

🌘 Postpartum or Perinatal Counselors and Perinatal Psychotherapists

🌘 Family Doctors, Naturopaths, Midwives, newborn nurses, newborn care specialists.

🌘 Parent-Baby group facilitators

You will learn:Β 

πŸŒ’ The intersections of the science of lactation, science of infant sleep and parental mental health. I’ll provide a comprehensive list of research for you to share with families.Β 

πŸŒ’ The science of circadian rhythms and how to utilize hormones to create better sleep. Β 

πŸŒ’ How to educate families on the anthropology and biology of human sleep and typical development.Β 

πŸŒ’ Considerations for serving bottle feeding, exclusively-pumping families and formula-feeding families.

πŸŒ’ How to discuss of the research of Dr. Helen Ball and Dr. James McKenna, and how the clash between the recommendations of the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine and the AAP recommendations.Β 

πŸŒ’ Clear understanding of safer sleep; and how to diplomatically talk about safety and baby sleep products and contraptions.

πŸŒ’ How to best support families that wish to bed-share while protecting yourself legally.

πŸŒ’ To prioritize feeding relationship while also helping families find a balance between breastfeeding/Β body feeding, sleep, work and mental health.

πŸŒ’ To better understand and compare sleep training methods parents that are using and the latest thoughts on safety and possible health / lactation challenges with some common sleep interventions.Β 

πŸŒ’ Infant, maternal, and family development milestones; environments, and considerations like GERD/Reflux, and nutritional challenges as they relate to sleep.

πŸŒ’ How to talk to families about sleep in a supportive and non-judgmental way that helps you understand and mold your sleep support to their unique values.

πŸŒ’ EFFECTIVE TECHNIQUES for getting parents of young babies more sleep! Exactly how a parent or professional can help parents and babies survive the early months, without compromising responsiveness, feeding, and optimal development.

πŸŒ’ How you can support sleep within the scope of your current biz vs. what a sleep consultant does, and how they might be offered separately to the same family to stay within your scope of practice.Β 

πŸŒ’ The intersections of the science of lactation, science of infant sleep and parental mental health. I’ll provide a comprehensive list of research for you to share with families.Β 

πŸŒ’ The science of circadian rhythms and how to utilize hormones to create better sleep. Β 

πŸŒ’ How to educate families on the anthropology and biology of human sleep and typical development.Β 

πŸŒ’ Considerations for serving bottle feeding, exclusively-pumping families and formula-feeding families.

πŸŒ’ How to discuss of the research of Dr. Helen Ball and Dr. James McKenna, and how the clash between the recommendations of the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine and the AAP recommendations.Β 

πŸŒ’ Clear understanding of safer sleep; and how to diplomatically talk about safety and baby sleep products and contraptions.

πŸŒ’ How to best support families that wish to bed-share while protecting yourself legally.

πŸŒ’ To prioritize feeding relationship while also helping families find a balance between breastfeeding/Β body feeding, sleep, work and mental health.

πŸŒ’ To better understand and compare sleep training methods parents that are using and the latest thoughts on safety and possible health / lactation challenges with some common sleep interventions.Β 

πŸŒ’ Infant, maternal, and family development milestones; environments, and considerations like GERD/Reflux, and nutritional challenges as they relate to sleep.

πŸŒ’ How to talk to families about sleep in a supportive and non-judgmental way that helps you understand and mold your sleep support to their unique values.

πŸŒ’ EFFECTIVE TECHNIQUES for getting parents of young babies more sleep! Exactly how a parent or professional can help parents and babies survive the early months, without compromising responsiveness, feeding, and optimal development.

πŸŒ’ How you can support sleep within the scope of your current biz vs. what a sleep consultant does, and how they might be offered separately to the same family to stay within your scope of practice.Β 

Note: This course focuses on the first 4 months. It will not teach you how to “sleep train” or promise “sleep through the night.” The AAP does not recommend sleep training before 3 months and does not recommend it specifically until after 6 months. The Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine does not recommend sleep training (reducing feeds, babies crying alone) for young babies.Β 

🌘 Webinar is 3 hours long with a potty break.

🌘 I will answer all questions LIVE.

🌘 You can also email me questions after the webinar if you cannot attend live.

🌘 You will be emailed a recording and PDF handouts, including informative slides from the presentation.

March 4th recording of the Webinar available now!

Summer Sale! 20% Off!

Β Β Tax-deductible investment

The links and handouts were awesome. I feel like I finally have the compiled evidence to stand behind a lot of the sleep recommendations I make as a lactation counselor. But you also helped me remember to be really careful that I give evidence versus opinion on people’s sleep choices.

Lori

Lactation Counselor

This broke so many sleep myths I was carrying around and answered questions my clients often have which I have never quite been able answer. I have a much better understanding about development of sleep and how not to introduce things that are going to create sleep challenges and a few new ways to help ease the 3 month transition!
Marilyn

Mental Health Counselor

I’m watching the art and science of lactation and sleep and I can’t believe your knowledge AND lovely way of teaching this information. You are calm and peaceful and have the best phrases. I’m not sure I will ever reach your skill in this subject but it’s worth trying because I want to help families. Thank you.

Martha

Postpartum Doula and Sleep Consultant

Those videos you shared where you were supporting babies in learning how to sleep on a flat surface were absolutely invaluable to me. I feel like I can better hold this balance of supporting bedsharing and babywearing AND crib sleep.

Stephanie

NCS & Postpartum Doula

* Must complete a quiz and short eval within 10 days to receive contact hours from CAPPA, DONA International and IBLCE Cerps. Recording will be emailed to all.

March 4th recording of the Webinar available now!

Summer Sale! 20% Off!

Β Β Tax-deductible investment

Taught by Moorea Malatt, a PMH-C Perinatal Mental Health Certified Sleep Educator and Counselor, Β Lactation Educator Counselor; Early Childhood Development specialist, currently finishing up a MS in Marriage and Family Therapy- and all-around baby science nerd !

Seal: Certified Perinatal Mental Health Professional (PMH-C)

Previously presented live at:Β 

✬ BabyFest NW – Seattle, WA

✬ BabyFest NW – Portland, OR

✬ Mt Diablo Doulas – Bay Area, CA

✬ PALS – Doulas Seattle, WA

✬ Lifecycle Womancare – Philadelphia, PA

✬ Center for Birth – Seattle, WA

✬ Wild Was Mama – Brooklyn, NY

✬ Blossom Birth – Palo Alto, CA

✬ and more….