Monday, 10 August 2015

Interview with Jennie Harrison, Sleep Deprived Mums Coach

I'm so excited that the lovely Jennie Harrison aka The Sleep Deprived Mums Coach very kindly  agreed to share some of her amazing advice, experience and expertise with my readers and I.

Jennie uses a combination of practical advice, tips and techniques and energy work to bring calm and break old patterns, she works with you and your Little One on the reason behind the sleep resistance to get quicker and more effective results. She runs online classes and also does intensive one to one work to find a right solution for you.

I am currently doing a course with Jennie called Energy Work for Little Bundles, we have just completed module 2 of 4 and I have learnt soooo much already! It's so interesting and makes you look at things totally differently. It has most definitely increased the bond between me and all my children, not just the baby which I didn't think was even possible but it just takes things to a whole different level! You really gain a sense of understanding with your child/ren. I really cannot praise Jennie and her work highly enough and her gentle approach to everything. I feel like a calmer person since starting the course. My eyes have been opened to a whole different world!
 
I had lots of questions from other bloggers and readers to put to Jennie but as you can imagine as well as being a coach she is also a mum and is as busy as the rest of us so I chose 6 questions to ask her. Here she answers the questions via a pre recorded video link.....
 


You can visit Jennie's Facebook Page and Twitter


She also has a FREE 9 Secret Sleep tips e-book available


Here is some feedback from Jennie's website...

Claire’s Story
“Jennie has changed my life. Prior to working with Jennie my 5 year old daughter had never ever
slept through the night. At best she woke once and at worst several times. I was sleep deprived
for 5 years and trying to build a business at the same time – it was a challenge!
We had tried pretty much everything in the past without success and to be honest for the last year
we’d given up trying, hoping she would just grow out of it. Within 6 weeks of Jennie’s remote energy
work on my daughter and myself, combined with regular phone chats, my daughter has started
sleeping through the night. She has the odd blip but it’s amazing. It’s life changing. My daughter
has changed – she is happier, more confident and more adventurous.I’m happier because I’m
getting sleep for the first time in over 5 years. Thank heavens I found Jennie when I did – she is
amazing, caring and wonderful. If your child isn’t sleeping, give Jennie a try. I’m glad I did.”







21 comments:

  1. I was lucky as my son slept well from the age of 6 weks but he went through a phase of wanting to sleep in my bed, which wasn't the best for getting a good night's sleep. Great that this lady is helping sleep deprived parents through her advice.

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  2. Oh I am so thankful the sleepless nights stage is over for me :) Wonderful that there are people out there that can help parents though x

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  3. Wow - I could have done with a sleep deprived mums coach when I had my first! It was brutal! But thankfully by my second I was in a routine and had it all under control!

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  4. This is great advice. Missing out on sleep is hellish - as so many parents know - thank goodness she is here to help! Also your course sounds really good too.

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  5. I think the not sleeping is the one thing I am not too sure I would cope with, if I had children.

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  6. I don't think I would manage the not sleeping part when it comes to children. x

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  7. I'm not looking forward to sleepless nights again (I'm 6 months pregnant at the moment!) but what I took from having Wilf is that it will pass...eventually! x

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  8. Awww wish it would work for our family but never does due to my daughter having Hydrocephalus,her brain does not produce melotoin in her brain so always up at silly times.

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  9. My friend does this too and has had some amazing results. Most of it is common sense but when you're stuck in that rut it is so hard to see

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  10. My sister has twin boys, so I can only imagine how much sleep she hasn't been getting x

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  11. I think this is great for when you are totally stuck. I could have done with it when mine were younger. Neither slept

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  12. I was lucky my son was a good sleeper x

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  13. I'm so glad that you've found a way to get through this - Jenny's help sounds amazing. We had years of broken nights with my son but thankfully he's over it now (he's 12) and we usually all sleep well.

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  14. It is good to get support. I was lucky with my third as she slept brilliantly.

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  15. I was relatively lucky with my girls and didn't have anything abnormal. This sounds fantastic for anyone really struggling

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  16. My daughter slept through the night almost from birth, but my son still woke at two and a half! If I'd had him first, I often wonder if it would have put me off!

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  17. Sounds like what I needed. My son woke very often during the night for the first year and beyond.

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  18. I'm still struggling now with a toddler. He had almost a year of sleeping *almost* perfectly then went to pre school and bam, back to waking in the night

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  19. Ahh sleep! POD was awful when she was a baby and now at the age of four does sleep through the night. She does take a while to get to sleep mind!

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  20. My three have all been so different. One who slept through the night at 6 weeks now sometimes gets up for hours in the night pain in the bu sometimes with sleep lol.

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  21. Thanks for sharing

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