As a parent, your natural reaction is to reassure your child of their fears and worries, but in many cases, and for many kids, reassurance is not enough, and it simply doesn’t work. When fears and worries affect a child’s sleep, it may present as trouble falling asleep at night, staying asleep, night time wakings or even early morning wakings.
Sleep Expert Alanna McGinn shares her tools that you can add to your sleep toolbox in order to help your child unpack all the issues that make it hard for them to get a good night’s sleep.
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