Newborns - 3 months
Few new parenting decisions are as stressful and controversial as the choices parents make regarding their infant's sleep. With so many conflicting opinions on sleep from books, professionals, family and friends, it can be overwhelming for parents to choose the best sleep approach for their family. We all know that sleep is important for your infant's growth and development, but while sleep itself is a natural process, developing healthy sleep habits is a learned skill. This gentle workshop is designed for parents of newborns to help them start to put good sleep habits into practice so that as their baby grows and develops, he or she will have the tools for healthy sleep. This workshop will address the following sleep questions and issues:
- Sleep Safety and SIDS
- How much sleep should my newborn be getting?
- What can I expect for my baby's sleep now and in the future?
- How can I start to establish good sleep habits now?
- How can I maximize my baby's sleep?
Jill Campbell, Psy.D
HOW TO ENROLL:
Classes are offered several times at various locations. Click on the Location below for class dates. If the date you want to attend is not available or (out of stock) please call.
Santa Monica: (310) 998-1981
Hollywood: (323) 469-5300
Dr. Jill Campbell is a licensed clinical psychologist with over 20 years of experience in early child development, parenting and women's issues. As an intern at The Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services, Jill worked in their therapeutic nursery school with special-needs preschoolers. Dr. Campbell completed her post-doctoral training at Cedars Sinai Early Childhood Center in Los Angeles. Jill has worked in private practice and for a group pediatric practice in Encino. In addition, for several years Jill facilitated psychotherapy groups for New Directions Eating Disorders Center in Sherman Oaks. Currently Dr. Campbell is the staff psychologist and Mommy & Me curriculum director at The Pump Station & Nurtury®. She provides a variety of services to new mothers and their families including psychotherapy sessions, parenting consultations, support groups and classes.