Holistic Sleep Coaching
Sleep deprivation in parenthood is real! It is experienced by all of us at some point during our parenting journey… But with my support & expertise, you can establish healthy sleep routines for your baby that the whole family will benefit from
My qualifications include specific training in sleep biology, infant development, & how to support families as they get to grips with how to support themselves while supporting their baby’s developing sleep patterns.
You will receive evidence-based information with a focus on person-centred strategies that will support you & your baby through the transition in infant development & sleep.
After we have met for an initial consultation, I will provide you with a personalised care plan, on-going support via telephone & email communication, & a follow-up session so we can reconnect to evaluate what is working for you & ensure everyone in the family is as well-rested as possible.
Hi! I am Melody Robinson (aka. Mel)
All Things Birth & Beyond
I help pregnant women and mothers transition through their new, and ever changing roles, so that they feel fully supported and empowered in their monumental transformation that is motherhood…
Matresence: “The process of becoming a mother, coined by Dana Raphael, Ph.D. (1973), is a developmental passage where a woman transitions through pre-conception, pregnancy and birth, surrogacy or adoption, to the postnatal period and beyond. The exact length of matrescence is individual, recurs with each child, and may arguably last a lifetime! The scope of the changes encompass multiple domains –bio-psycho-social-political-spiritual– and can be likened to the developmental push of adolescence.” Aurélie Athan, Ph.D.
As a first time Mum you helped me to understand that my son’s sleep was completely normal and come up with ways of looking after myself to survive the newborn period. I really needed that support and it was nice to be able to speak to you after our sessions too for reassurance. It made me much better equipped when dealing with the sleepless nights and whilst it was still tough it was important for me to not resort to sleep training methods. In the end I am so proud that I survived the first year and my son was always responded to when he needed me. He eventually started to sleep through the night without me feeling the need to leave him to cry or assume he could learn to “self-settle” which I think is a huge achievement in a culture that is obsessed with making infants sleep (unnaturally) like adults.
Your 8 hrs can be used in scheduled blocks as you require them over a 1 month period.
8 hrs over a 1 month period – £240