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Gentle Sleep Educator

BabyEm Training :: OCN Level 3/4

This training included:

  • Sleep philosophies

  • The Impacts of Sleep

  • Understanding Sleep Cycles and Circadian Rhythm

  • Normal Infant Sleep through the ages

  • Sleep Challenges - Sleep Associations, Regressions, Naps, & Night Feeds

  • Self-soothing & Controlled Crying

  • Safe Sleep & Safe Co-sleeping

  • Supporting Sleep Change

  • Sleep Strategies

  • Supporting Clients & Better Sleep for Adults

  • Assessment & Evaluation

  • Food & Sleep

  • Why Sleep Habits Are Important

  • Common Sleep Problems

  • Review of Different Approaches to Sleep Coaching

  • Infant Mental Health

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Certified Infant & Child Sleep Consultant

Institute of Pediatric Sleep & Parenting

Approved by the International Institute for Complementary Therapists, and led by sleep professional, Violet Giannone, the IPSP™ is a leader in pediatric sleep education. Some topics discussed in the program include:

  • The Science of Sleep

  • Valuable, Real-World Experience

  • Infant & Toddler Sleep Basics

  • Sleep training techniques

  • Bumps in the road

  • Creating customized sleep plans

  • When to refer out

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International Association of Child Sleep Consultants

Member

It is the IACSC’s goal, to bring together Child Sleep Consultants worldwide to share their knowledge, training, and support in this ever-growing industry.  IACSC’s focus on continuing education allows our members to stay up to date on the latest research and help build on their knowledge base and educational training.

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International Pediatric Sleep Association

Member

The International Pediatric Sleep Association operates exclusively for scientific and educational purposes, and more specifically:

  • To promote basic and applied research in all areas of sleep in infants, children, and adolescents.
  • To promote teaching programs on pediatric sleep, and the coordination of these programs among individual members and societies

  • To hold scientific meetings

  • To provide information to the public about perspectives and applications of pediatric sleep research

  • To increase the knowledge of pediatric sleep problems and their consequences

  • To provide a forum for the exchange of information pertaining to pediatric sleep research

  • To establish and maintain standards of reporting and classifying data in the field of pediatric sleep research

Conferenze e seminari

Sleeposium 2021

Participant

  • Holders of the Child Sleep Institute Sleeposium2021 Badge participated in the Sleeposium2021 Pediatric Sleep Conference and/or the post-conference training program. This conference provided advanced training for Sleep Consultants, Doulas, and Perinatal & Childcare Professionals. It included over 20 hours of content from 10 speakers on a variety of topics including:

  • Mother/infant sleep dyad

  • Maternal depression/PTSD and sleep

  • Brain development and sleep

  • Medical issues that impact sleep

  • Parasomnias and sleep disorders

  • Environmental strategies for a restful night

  • Holistic Sleep for Twins/Multiples

  • Reflux as a Symptom

  • Temperament

Workshops by the Lullaby Trust::

SIDS & Safer Sleep + Understanding Grief & Providing Effective Support

May 2021

​The Lullaby Trust raises awareness of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), provides expert advice on safer sleep for babies and offers emotional support for bereaved families

IPSA2021 Course: Year in Review: Update on Pediatric Sleep Research

Participant

  • Sleep in infancy and early childhood - Dawn Elder (New Zealand) 

  • Sleep problems in adolescence - Michael Gradisar (Australia) 

  • New research into the causes and consequences of childhood OSA  - Albert Li (Hong Kong) 

  • Surgical treatment of childhood OSA -Stacey Ishman  (United States) 

  • Sleep in children with disabilities- Catherine Hill (United Kingdom) 

  • Updated on pediatric narcolepsy -Giuseppe Plazzi (Italy) 

Sleeposium 2020 

Participant

  • Holders of the Child Sleep Institute Sleeposium2020 Badge participated in the Sleeposium2020 Pediatric Sleep Conference. This conference provided advanced training for Sleep Consultants, Doulas, and Perinatal & Childcare Professionals. It included over 20 hours of content from 10 speakers on a variety of topics including:

  • Pediatric Sleep Biology

  • Attachment and Sleep

  • Supporting Parents at Night

  • Supporting Breastfeeding Families

  • Adult Sleep Basics

  • Child anxiety, nighttime fears, and supporting separation at bedtime

Gold Learning Infant Sleep Symposium 2020

Participant

  • 5 hours of content from 5 speakers on a variety of topics including:

  • How to Improve sleep by tapping into calm

  • Collaborative approaches to educating families on prenatal sleep

  • Babies in Boxes

  • Nighttime parenting with multiple infants

  • Bedsharing & breastfeeding: evidence and recommendations

FENS 2020: Sleep Across the Lifespan 

Participant

  • 4 hours of content from 12 speakers on a variety of topics including:

  • Sleep in Infants - Helen Ball (Durham)

  • Sleep, memory, language learning and cognitive development in children - Anna Weighall (Sheffield)

  • Sleep quality and prevalence of sleep-disordered breathing in children and young people with epilepsy - Don Urquhart (Edinburgh)

  • Adolescent sleep and social media - Heather Cleland Woods (Glasgow)

  • Cognitive Neuroscience of Sleep - Simon Durrant (Lincoln)

  • New Sleep Circuitries - William Wisden (Imperial)

  • Sleep and Cognition - Pierre-Herve Luppi (Lyon)

  • Sleep and Consolidation of Memory - Lisa Genzel (Netherlands)

  • REM sleep in the context of stress and neurodegeneration - Raphaelle Winsky-Sommerer (Surrey)

  • Sleep in Aging and dementia - Derk-Jan Dijk (Surrey)

  • Sleep-wake regulation and cognition in Alzheimer’s disease - Alpar Lazar (East Anglia)

  • Sleep and cognitive aging in the eighth decade of life - Renata Riha (Edinburgh)

IPSA2021: Melatonin use in children: The promise and the peril

Participant

  • Update on the neurophysiology of melatonin in children and adolescents - Jonathan Lipton (United States)

  • Safety of pharmacologic treatment with melatonin in children: What we know and do not know- Beth Malow (United States)

  • Clinical trials of melatonin in children with autism and neurodevelopmental disorders: The latest evidence - Paul Gringras (United Kingdom)

  • "Vitamin M": Melatonin use in the pediatric population - Judith Owens (United States)

  • Evidence base on the efficacy/effectiveness of melatonin and development of consensus on the use of melatonin- Samuele Cortese (United Kingdom)