Helping Your Child With Sleep Problems: 1st of many?
For almost 20 years I've been working as a clinical psychologist and researcher specialising in sleep problems in humans of all heights (babies, kids, teens, adults).
It's been a very rewarding job, helping people learn about how sleep works, and how changing their behaviours can create better sleep.
It's also been rewarding to research how effective these techniques are, speak about them at conferences and write about them in scientific journals.
These scientific publications means others in the world who work in this space and come to us in Adelaide, Australia, to learn how to do what we do.
These experiences planted a seed a long time ago about writing books that could teach alot of people how to improve their own sleep, or in this case, the sleep of a family member - like a school-aged child.
So I'm chuffed now that 'Helping Your Child With Sleep Problems
" has been published, and I'm very thankful for the editors for tracking us down, including us in the "Overcoming
" Book Series, asking us for the tough edits, so that the final product is something we like. Hope those who read our book find something in it that they like, and as a bonus, improves a part of their life.
Our book is sold on Amazon, Hachette, Little Brown Book Group, etc.:https://www.amazon.com/Helping-Your-Chi ... B06XRKNT3Whttps://www.littlebrown.co.uk/books/det ... 1472138736https://www.hachette.com.au/rachel-hill ... or-parents
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