Sleep, or more accurately, the lack of sleep, is one of the most challenging aspects of parenting during the first year of a baby's life. The biggest hurdle is getting your baby to sleep through the night. "Sleepy-Time" offers parents a gentle, sensitive, baby-centered approach to sleep that speaks to the uniqueness of each parent and baby. This workshop will help you to have a better understanding of your baby's developmental stages, sleep needs and learned responses so that you can work together to get the soothing rest you both need. Discussion focuses on babies 0-12 months.
Marilee Hartling, RN, MFT, Infant and Child Development Specialist
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Hollywood: (323) 469-5300
Marilee Hartling is a registered nurse and infant/child development specialist who worked for many years in maternal-child nursing and led the "First Weeks Group" at Cedars- Sinai Medical Center prior to conducting groups privately. Marilee also worked as an early intervention nurse for many years. Marilee is a licensed child and family therapist and a sleep consultant. She specializes in working as a therapist with parents, infants and children from birth to age 10 in her private practice in West Hollywood. She also leads "Mommy & Me" groups at the Hollywood Pump Station. Marilee is the mother of 4 grown children and is also a grandmother.