Peaceful nights and happier days

CCC provides a comprehensive range of services to support your child and family. Whether you're searching for nap or night sleep recommendations, toilet training help, or guidance with child behavior; I am here to help! There is no 'one size fits all' when it comes to children and their unique needs. I will work with you to create a plan that is individualized to your child and comfortable for your family. Support and communication will be consistent throughout the process; you don't have to tackle this alone! I follow evidence-based practices and am happy to share those practices with the families I meet!

About Katelyn...

First and foremost, I am a mom to two wonderful (and at times challenging) girls! 'Mom' will always be my favorite role.
As a parent, I struggled when my two-year-old still wasn't sleeping through the night. My experience working through her sleep concerns and eventual sleep success brought me to the world of pediatric sleep consulting. Restful and restorative sleep is extraordinarily important for the child and family. I am here to provide you with the tools to bring peaceful nights and happier days to your family and home.

For over 14 years, I have supported children and their families (including children on the Autism Spectrum and other related diagnoses) using practices based in science. This work has brought me extensive experience in all aspects of pediatric behavior, including bedtime avoidance behaviors, sleep challenges,  toilet training, improving sibling interactions, social and play skills, decreasing challenging behavior, improving mealtime behavior, and parent/caregiver support.

Professional Qualifications:
Family Sleep Institute- Pediatric Sleep Consultant
Licensed Behavior Analyst/Board Certified Behavior Analyst
Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care- Certified Infant, Toddler, and Preschool Teacher

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As much as we'd like to stop it, at some point every child will start transitioning to fewer naps. This post discusses the when and the why of nap transitions.

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