baby sleep tales: a workshop for family rest Sunday, Apr 30, 1-3pm cost: $20 per person add $10 to bring a guest
How much should my baby be sleeping?
Am I creating bad sleep habits?
What elements play a role in how my baby sleeps?
How can I gently encourage my baby to sleep for longer stretches?
Will I ever feel rested again?
Come meet Sarah Kerrigan, MA who has helped many Boston area families navigate their family’s sleep routines and find gentle strategies for everyone’s rest.
Maria Dolorico, M. Ed., BCC, owner of A Mom Is Born Counseling and Coaching, will close the session with some tips and resources for healthy sleep habits for parents, who need their rest, too!
Sarah is third-generation early childhood professional, following in the footsteps of her mother and grandmother. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Earlham college and a Master's degree in Child Development from Tufts University. She is committed to supporting children and parents in the earliest years of development. She is knowledgeable about various parenting/family styles (including AP and RIE/mindful parenting) and applies both a deep understanding of child development and respect for individual family viewpoints into her role as an group facilitator and sleep consultant. For the past 15+ years she has worked in many positions in the field of early childhood education and parenting support. First as a preschool teacher at the Lesley Ellis School, then as a Child Development Specialist for Cambridge-Somerville Early Intervention, back to teaching two-year-olds at the Cambridge-Ellis School, becoming a mother of two, as an instructor and then pediatric sleep consultant for Isis Parenting, and most recently as an independent pediatric sleep consultant and facilitator of sleep support groups and educational workshops.