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Sleep: What it looks like, where to find it. For parents of babies newborn to 1.
Let's Talk about Sleep -- What it looks like, Where to find it.
Join Jessica Shapley local mom and founder of MomSupport, parentandme,
parenting_whit and NOMA families 411, to discuss issues such as:
* What does a schedule even look like?
* My spouse comes home in the evening and riles up the baby.
* Is it OK to rock my baby to sleep?
* Should I put my baby on a schedule?
* How do I cut down on night-time feeding?
* Can I sleep with my baby?
* I feel guilty asking my partner to help at night.
* My baby is 3 months, can I still swaddle her?
Your questions and opinions are welcome here! This workshop is for parents with
babies newborn - 1-year. Cost is $10.
pre registration requested
For parents with babies newborn-1
April 18 at 11am
For over fifteen years Jessica Shapley has helped hundreds of parents care for
their children and themselves, by providing counseling and supportive services
to groups, individuals and families. As a licensed social worker and mother of
two, Jessica brings her personal and professional experience as well as her
passion to everything she does. Jessica loves to watch new parents rest their
fears and come to ease around parenting, by learning about their babies and
themselves as parents. She is enthusiastic in bringing parents together to build
community, establish support networks, combat isolation and to normalize the
experience of being a new parent. Most importantly, she brings a sense of ease,
lightness and practicality to every situation.
Jessica earned her Bachelors degree in Psychology from Boston University and her
MSW from Columbia University. She is certified in Integral Health Counseling,
lactation counselor and is certified to teach infant massage.
Jessica lives with her husband, two children and dog in Washington Heights.