9.9.21 Public Class Recording and Handout

Lesson Details

Brain research tells us that how we behave as parents during the first 5 years of life will strongly influence outcomes for our children. In this class, you will learn how to support your babies and toddlers throughout the day with positive routines. 

  • Learn about the inborn drives that support young children to learn family routines
  • Recognize clear answers to the questions, What’s my job as a parent?  How do I create routines that work?
  • Apply simple, practical strategies to increase cooperation and strengthen your positive connection with your child

Course Lessons

Brain research tells us that how we behave as parents during the first 5 years of life will strongly influence outcomes for our children. In this class, you will learn how to support your babies and toddlers throughout the day with positive routines. 

  • Learn about the inborn drives that support young children to learn family routines
  • Recognize clear answers to the questions, What’s my job as a parent?  How do I create routines that work?
  • Apply simple, practical strategies to increase cooperation and strengthen your positive connection with your child

03.15.21 YUM! Brands Class Recording & Handouts

Lesson Details

Is your preschool or school age child keeping you up at night?
Does your child’s bedtime routine take hours?
Does your child make lots of extra requests after lights out?

If so, you are invited to the Become Your Child’s Sleep Coach workshop. You will learn how to help your child fall asleep independently at bedtime with a gentle and gradual approach that will help your child learn to fall asleep quickly and easily at bedtime (and stay in his or her own bed all night!) You will also learn how to manage those “call backs and curtain calls” that most children love to make after lights out!

Course Lessons

Is your preschool or school age child keeping you up at night?
Does your child’s bedtime routine take hours?
Does your child make lots of extra requests after lights out?

If so, you are invited to the Become Your Child’s Sleep Coach workshop. You will learn how to help your child fall asleep independently at bedtime with a gentle and gradual approach that will help your child learn to fall asleep quickly and easily at bedtime (and stay in his or her own bed all night!) You will also learn how to manage those “call backs and curtain calls” that most children love to make after lights out!

03.25.21 MIT Class Recording & Handouts

Lesson Details

Is your preschool or school age child keeping you up at night?
Does your child’s bedtime routine take hours?
Does your child make lots of extra requests after lights out?

You will learn a gentle and gradual approach to help your child learn to fall asleep quickly, easily and independently at bedtime (and stay in his or her own bed all night!) You will also learn how to manage those “call backs and curtain calls” that most children love to make after lights out!

This workshop features Dr. Lynelle Schneeberg, author of “Become Your Child’s Sleep Coach: The Bedtime Doctor’s 5-Step Guide, Ages 3-10.” We encourage you to read this book before the workshop, though it is not required. Dr. Schneeberg is a Fellow of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, a professor at the Yale School of Medicine and the director of the Behavioral Sleep Medicine program at Connecticut Children's Medical Center Sleep Center. This is your chance to ask all those sleep questions that have been on your mind.

Course Lessons

Is your preschool or school age child keeping you up at night?
Does your child’s bedtime routine take hours?
Does your child make lots of extra requests after lights out?

You will learn a gentle and gradual approach to help your child learn to fall asleep quickly, easily and independently at bedtime (and stay in his or her own bed all night!) You will also learn how to manage those “call backs and curtain calls” that most children love to make after lights out!

This workshop features Dr. Lynelle Schneeberg, author of “Become Your Child’s Sleep Coach: The Bedtime Doctor’s 5-Step Guide, Ages 3-10.” We encourage you to read this book before the workshop, though it is not required. Dr. Schneeberg is a Fellow of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, a professor at the Yale School of Medicine and the director of the Behavioral Sleep Medicine program at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center Sleep Center. This is your chance to ask all those sleep questions that have been on your mind.

CVS EAT, PLAY, SLEEP: Help Infants Grow into Cooperative Kids

Lesson Details

Brain research tells us that how we behave as parents during the first 5 years of life will strongly influence outcomes for our children. In this class, you will learn how to support your babies and toddlers throughout the day with positive routines. 

  • Learn about the inborn drives that support young children to learn family routines
  • Recognize clear answers to the questions, What’s my job as a parent?  How do I create routines that work?
  • Apply simple, practical strategies to increase cooperation and strengthen your positive connection with your child

Learn how to survive these important years while strengthening your parent-child relationship and your child’s self-worth and well-being.

Course Lessons

Brain research tells us that how we behave as parents during the first 5 years of life will strongly influence outcomes for our children. In this class, you will learn how to support your babies and toddlers throughout the day with positive routines. 

  • Learn about the inborn drives that support young children to learn family routines
  • Recognize clear answers to the questions, What’s my job as a parent?  How do I create routines that work?
  • Apply simple, practical strategies to increase cooperation and strengthen your positive connection with your child

Learn how to survive these important years while strengthening your parent-child relationship and your child’s self-worth and well-being.

Help Toddlers Become Great Sleepers

Lesson Details

 Is your preschool or school age child keeping you up at night?

Does your child’s bedtime routine take hours?

Does your child make lots of extra requests after lights out? 

If so, you are invited to the Become Your Child’s Sleep Coach workshop. You will learn how to help your child fall asleep independently at bedtime with a gentle and gradual approach that will help your child learn to fall asleep quickly and easily at bedtime (and stay in his or her own bed all night!) You will also learn how to manage those “call backs and curtain calls” that most children love to make after lights out!

This class features Peace At Home guest teacher Lynelle Schneeberg, PsyD, author of “Become Your Child’s Sleep Coach: The Bedtime Doctor’s 5-Step Guide, Ages 3-10

Course Lessons

 Is your preschool or school age child keeping you up at night?

Does your child’s bedtime routine take hours?

Does your child make lots of extra requests after lights out? 

If so, you are invited to the Become Your Child’s Sleep Coach workshop. You will learn how to help your child fall asleep independently at bedtime with a gentle and gradual approach that will help your child learn to fall asleep quickly and easily at bedtime (and stay in his or her own bed all night!) You will also learn how to manage those “call backs and curtain calls” that most children love to make after lights out!

This class features Peace At Home guest teacher Lynelle Schneeberg, PsyD, author of “Become Your Child’s Sleep Coach: The Bedtime Doctor’s 5-Step Guide, Ages 3-10

Parent and Baby Sleep: Create Sustainable Routines

Lesson Details

Baby and parent sleep patterns evolve over baby’s early months as you strive to sleep as much as possible. Newborn babies sleep a lot, day and night. By 3-4 months old, some babies are so tuned into the daytime social world that they give up those daytime sleeps.  After this class you will be able to:

  • Identify how babies learn through repetition and the rhythm of routines
  • Recognize the importance of considering your long-term sleep goals with short-term solutions to get baby back to sleep as quickly as possible
  • Apply practical strategies to create a sleep routine that works for you and baby

Course Lessons

Baby and parent sleep patterns evolve over baby’s early months as you strive to sleep as much as possible. Newborn babies sleep a lot, day and night. By 3-4 months old, some babies are so tuned into the daytime social world that they give up those daytime sleeps.  After this class you will be able to:

  • Identify how babies learn through repetition and the rhythm of routines
  • Recognize the importance of considering your long-term sleep goals with short-term solutions to get baby back to sleep as quickly as possible
  • Apply practical strategies to create a sleep routine that works for you and baby

Learn Baby’s Needs: Eat, Play, Sleep

Lesson Details

New babies are driven to eat, play, and sleep throughout the day – it’s how they grow.  Sounds simple but balancing your work with new baby’s needs can be challenging, especially when you are working from home.  During your leave you adapted to your new baby’s needs and now feel a special bond that you don’t want to compromise as you return to work.  Consider important ways that you can create balance and not give up your special relationship to your new baby.

In this class you will: 

  • Learn about the baby-caregiver attachment
  • Appreciate the value of support from partners, family, and friends
  • Recognize the three keys to striking balance: getting organized, creating routines, and communicating

Course Lessons

New babies are driven to eat, play, and sleep throughout the day – it’s how they grow.  Sounds simple but balancing your work with new baby’s needs can be challenging, especially when you are working from home.  During your leave you adapted to your new baby’s needs and now feel a special bond that you don’t want to compromise as you return to work.  Consider important ways that you can create balance and not give up your special relationship to your new baby.

In this class you will: 

  • Learn about the baby-caregiver attachment
  • Appreciate the value of support from partners, family, and friends
  • Recognize the three keys to striking balance: getting organized, creating routines, and communicating