When your kids don’t sleep, neither do you. When the whole genealogy isn’t sleeping well, you start to understand why they use sleep distres as a assemble of torture. Not sleeping hurts. You feel like you’re in a vicious cycle of foiling. I know this feeling well. That’s why the Better Sleep Summit for Kids was developed.
I reached out to childhood nervousnes professional Renee Jain. We both suffice communities of children and pedigrees who count sleep among their challenges. Since feeling is often an integrated part of insomnia, it was a natural partnership.
Over the last 6 months, Renee and I have interviewed insomnia specialists, sleep doctors, pediatricians, nutritionists, psychologists, mindfulness experts and more to get the best possible( and practical) opinion to teach our kids how to sleep better.
Reason for insomnia in kids 5-18 can include:
Anxious guess before bed Suspicion of the dark, pirates, aliens, etc. Separation feeling from mummy, pa, caregivers Devices generate a’ tired, more cabled’ consequence Sleep disturbances including snore and restlessness Sound, smell, and light dislocations
Sleep is a Skill That Can be Learned at Any Age
If you want to school your kids how to sleep better, please don’t miss this event.
If you’ve lost hope that your family is to be able to sleep through the light, this event will change everything! We have selected only the most knowledgeable, respected professionals, writers, and schoolteachers to share the latest tools& approaches as well as their own personal stories. They’ll show you how to truly empower young children senilities 5-18 … and yourself to get a better night’s sleep.
Quell hastening estimates that keep them up at night Calm anxiety and stress that disturb sleep Positioned the maneuver down and prefer sleep over represent Was sleeping and stay asleep throughout the nighttime Quash sleep-related panics( e.g. beings, darkness, raiders etc .) Empower kids with sleep knowledge that help them fall asleep with little or no the assistance of parents Understand what’s underneath the night wakings and how to resolve them Know that you and their own families are not alone in this; we’re in this together and we’re here to help
Schedule of Experts Monday, October 8:
Natasha Daniels, LCSW:” The 4 Reasons Anxious Kids Can’t Sleep( and what to do )” Michael Breus, PhD:” Helping Teens and Tweens Master Sleep” Gene Monterastelli:” Body Hack: Tap to Facilitate Kids( and you) Sleep !” Jennifer Waldburger, MSW:” Attacking the 2 Big-hearted Sleep Trouble in School-age Kids”
Tuesday, October 9:
Elisha Goldstein, PhD:” Mindfulness+ Self-compassion= Better Sleep” Tamar CHansky, PhD:” Putting Villains and Worry to Bed for Good !” Anya Kamenetz:” The Truth about Screens& Sleep( Harmonizing to Sciene )” Lewis Kass, MD:” Does My Child Have a Sleep Disorder ?” Kanchan Koya, PhD:” Eat Yourself to a Better Night’s Sleep”
Wednesday, October 10:
Suzi Lula, MA, ALSP:” How Self-Care Generates a Positive Sleep Ripple Effect” Rekha Magon:” Mindfulness as a Powerful Pathway to Better Sleep” Mariam Gates:” Good Night Yoga Before Disappearing to Sleep” Lindsey Biel, OTR/ L:” Sleep for Kids with Sensory Processing Challenges” Emiliya Zhivotovskaya, MAPP:” The Discipline of Getting a Great Night’s Sleep”
Thursday, October 11:
Katie Holloran, MA, BCBA:” Helping Kids with Special Needs Sleep Better” Howard Bennett, MD:” The Best Behavior to Point Bedwetting at Any Age” Maryann Jacobsen, MS, RD:” Better Nutrition leads to Better Sleep” Charlotte Reznick, PhD:” Visualization and Meditation for Any Child” Jeanne-Marie Paynel, M. Ed:” BONUS! Montessori& Positive Discipline for Better Sleep”
Kim is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been a rehearsing child and family therapist for more than 24 times, and the pioneer of the original amiable, proven procedure to get a good night’s sleep for you and your child.
She is the author of The Sleep Lady’s Good Night Sleep Tight, its friend Workbook and 52 Sleep Confidentials for Babies.