Although sleep problems differ at each stage of life, the same principles underlying sleep apply across the lifespan. Our links with the latest research developments in the treatment of sleep problems allows us to apply effective treatments to all people.
Toddlers/Preschoolers (18 months to 4 years)
Sleep problems can persist from infancy to toddlerhood, while some toddlers may begin to develop sleep problems despite sleeping well as a baby. Studies show 1 in 3 toddlers can experience some form of sleep problem during their development. Again, this may present as difficulty falling asleep and/or staying asleep. At this age, they can also begin to resist going to bed, as well as experience nightmares. We offer a range of techniques to help parents employ a settling bedtime routine, and allow children to sleep more soundly through the night.