Introductory Weeks: 1 - 4
Week 1: Evolution of The Sleep Consultant
We discuss the history of this profession and how it all came about.
Week 2: The Successful Sleep Consultant
We discuss the components that make for a successful sleep consultant and a few of the pioneer sleep consultants and the future of this profession.
Week 3: The Most Common Sleeping Issues
A breakdown of some of the most common sleeping issues we help families resolve
Week 4:¬† Business Aspects
What you will need to start, grow and maintain success in your business.
Lectures, Learning, Applying Weeks: 5-16
An Overview of the Topics We Will Cover:¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†
- Establishing Healthy Sleep Habits from Birth Through Early Childhood: What are the components that make up healthy sleep?
- Biological Sleep Milestones: stages and transitions
- Safe Sleep Environments (SIDS for Professionals Course): this is a separate course and cost which you will need to complete as part of the certification requirements.
- Common Sleeping Challenges and Solutions: behavioral, delayed onset of sleep, crying, fragmented sleep, parasomnias.
- Child Development
- Parent Coaching 101
- Working with Families of Children With Special Needs
- Medical Conditions which Effect Sleep: Learn how to recognize and refer to medical professionals, adjust sleep practices around these medical challenges, respecting the pediatrician's perspective, PPD
- Parenting Styles: How different parenting styles and philosophies determine the style of sleep parenting
- Case Study Reviews: specific age groups, methods used appropriate to specific situations (parenting style consideration, working schedules, make up of family, layout of the home etc.) unusual challenges/situations
- Business Aspects: Website Design, Database Management, Marketing, Pricing
Faculty: (to read our faculty member bio's click here)
Deborah Pedrick: Certification Instructor
Becky Roosevelt: ¬†Assistant Instructor and Student Mentor
Sharyn Timerman: ¬†Child Development Specialist and Instructor
Dr. Sasha Carr: Parent Coaching 101, Instructor
Alanna McGinn and Jenn Kelner: ¬†Twins - Instructors
Debbie Sasson, Psyd: ¬†Special Needs - Instructor
Ingrid Prueher: Business Coach - Instructor
Course Date:¬† Fall Session: September 22, 2015
Time: 1pm or 8pm Eastern Standard Time, once a week
Length of Class: 1.5/2 hours
Course Work: approx 10/12 hours a week
Where: Online Live Interactive Lecture
Tuition Investment: $2900
(Tuition Increase expected January 2016)
Early Bird Registration Tiers:
$2700 (if the tuition is payed up front before May 31, 2015)
$2800 (if the tuition is payed up front before June 30, 2015)
$2900 July¬†31, 2015 tuition must be paid in full by this date
Please fill out the form below so that we may contact you and find out more about you and your interest in becoming a Certified Child Sleep Consultant, assess location, and/or answer any questions you may have regarding the institute or our programs.
If requesting an application for enrollment for¬†the upcoming program; we set aside time to get to chat, answer any questions you may have about the course and make sure the fit is a match:
- Step I: Assess location for availability
- Step II:Application will be sent to you via email
- Step III: Complete, scan and send back in a .pdf format
- Step IV: Complete Phone Interview
- Step V: If Accepted, an invoice will be sent through paypal for either the deposit or full tuition payment
(Please Note: applying to the Family Sleep Institute's Child Sleep Consultant Certification Program does not guarantee acceptance)
* We have been experiencing some problems with our forms getting to us, if you do not get a response from us within 7 days please email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org¬†and in the subject line include "it's been 7 days"