Handling Toddler & Preschooler Sleep Issues

One of the first signs of anxiety in young children is sleep disturbance! Sleep disturbance can have a ripple effect throughout a child’s day. It can make them more cranky, anxious and irritable. It can make us, as parents, exhausted and impatient.

How to help toddlers and preschoolers with ongoing sleep struggles.

That’s why I thought it would be helpful if I brought Allison, a sleep and wellness coach, onto the podcast! Allison focuses on supporting parents who are having newborn, toddler and preschooler sleep issues.

In this latest episode of the  AT Parenting Survival Podcast, Allison explores what causes these issues and some helpful tips on how to address them!

To learn more about Allison’s work go to her website here. To learn more about her preschool sleep course go here.

Dealing with preschooler sleep fears? Here is my course, Sleep Struggles Due to Anxiety or OCD.

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