Nurturing Sleep

Home of Emotional Wellbeing and Child Sleep 

Sleep Support Options

6 week sleep support package: £395

  • Suitable for babies and young  children from 5 months up to 5 years. 
  • Full investigation and assessment of your child's sleep;
  • *Start-up consultation of 1-2 hours to discuss the assessment and your     plan forward;
  • Unique detailed step by step sleep plan tailored to your unique child's         and family's circumstances & needs;
  •  Telephone, Skype and email support for 6 weeks;
  •  Up to 6 hours support over 6 weeks: including weekly or twice   weekly sleep support chats, email support and final chat.
  • A unique and inclusive package; together we work to improve sleep 'step by step' following and supporting your child's natural progress.
  • The perfect option for parents who would like a unique and tailored   approach to improve their child's sleep with an emphasis on emotional     wellbeing.
  • **Fee is per child/baby;
  • Additional sleep chats can be purchased to complement this package.


3 week sleep support package:  £299

This package includes the same elements as the 6 week support package, but provides 3 hours support over 3 weeks.


Please be aware that this shorter support package may not be suitable for long term or chronic sleep problems.


Phone & Chat / Skype & Chat: £50

1 hour phone or Skype chat with Ann.

The opportunity to chat to Ann about your child's sleep in a single consultation, or use the chats as a "Pay As You Go" support option.


  • Talk through your concerns about your child's sleep;
  • Gain clarity about possible underlying influences on sleep behaviors;
  • Troubleshoot sleep problems and behaviors;
  • Discuss emotionally appropriate options for resolving problems.
  • Option to tap into multiple chats in a "pay as you go" support option working with sleep at your own pace.


Please note: I send an overview of the chat by email, however this option does not include sleep plans, written notes or email support (further chats can be purchased) 

Choosing Support Options:

If you are unsure about the best support option to suit your needs, I provide a free, initial 10 minute initial chat to help parents choose the best support option to suit their child and family, arrange start week and explain the investigation process.


In fairness to all families and in respect of my time, if you would like to talk for longer than 10 minutes please ask for the longer Skype/phone and chat option.

Happiest Baby on the Block: £120.

Learn Dr Harvey Karp's effective and extraordinary approach to keeping babies happy! The Happiest Baby techniques help parents learn step-by-step how to help their baby sleep better and how to soothe the fussiest baby in minutes... even seconds!! 


This approach is suitable for parents of newborn babies, or expectant parents.


In my Happiest Baby Workshop you will learn about Harvey Karp's research and techniques including...


The Fourth trimester;


The Calming Reflex;


The Five S's;


Class via Skype or face to face (depending on availability*)

Includes Happiest Baby Parent Kit: DVD & Soothing Sounds CD, course hand outs, and a 30 minute follow up chat within your baby's 4th trimester.

Important  Notes:


Terms and conditions apply;

Face to face consultations are available depending on availability within the New Forest area; sleep support is mostly provided via Skype, telephone and email.

I do not consult or provide sleep chats on Wednesdays; 

*Travel and time costs will be added to the total consultation or support fee for face to face / home visits: NOTE:  I rarely make home visits unless they are local, within the New Forest area.

** Please note that there is an additional supplement for working with siblings, twins and multiples.



I am not medically trained, and I am not a lactation consultant or Breastfeeding counsellor.

Parents must ensure their child is healthy and well before embarking on sleep work.

I do not advise; it is parents choice to undertake or follow through any suggestions I may make in relation to their child's sleep.

The child's health remains the parent's responsibility throughout sleep work.

It is the parents responsibility to seek medical advice if their child becomes unwell during the course of sleep work.