Getting your child to sleep without controlled crying
“This book is different from the numerous other books about baby sleep“.
Independent reviewer, Monash University, Australia.
“A developmentally sensitive, supportive and gentle method of encouraging babies to be able to fall asleep without parental help” Professor Horne, Monash University, Australia
Are you uncomfortable with the thought of controlled crying? Unwilling to share your bed with your baby for months in an effort to sleep?
The Sensible Sleep Solution and the COTSS techniques outlined in this book have been devised and successfully used for many years by Professor Sarah Blunden in her Australian sleep clinic in conjunction with Angie Willcocks in her psychology practice. Professor Blunden has 15 years experience researching and working with families to diagnose and treat children’s sleep problems. Angie Willcocks has experience helping parents adjust to life with children.
Parents need facts about infant sleep and development – up-to-date information based on evidence rather than myths, old wives’ tales and opinions. This book, now in its second print publication, is a moderate, middle-of-the-road approach providing month-to-month advice to guide you through your baby’s first year and establish good sleeping habits that can last a lifetime.
The Sensible Sleep Solution is the one of latest in baby sleep books! Now in its second edition, this book is a must have for all new parents.
Written by two psychologists who work with tired and stressed parents every day, this book is for normal everyday parents who want to get some sleep without controlled crying or co-sleeping. Based on up-to-date information about sleep and development, The Sensible Sleep Solution is full of developmentally sensitive and supportive tips and information to encourage baby to sleep and parents to grow in confidence. The Sensible Sleep Solution is written in ‘magazine style’, making it an easy and pleasurable read.
As reviewed by the independent sleep expert from Monash University, Australia “This book is different from the numerous other books about baby sleep… this book summarises …a sensible approach to establishing health sleep habits over the first year of life. The information in the book is based on expert evidence and research. The book has been thoughtfully laid out, with different symbols to highlight points of interest, thoughts and ideas of the authors, summaries of the information provided in each section and practical tips for overcoming the most frequent sleep problems”