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The Good Sleeper A refreshingly straightforward method for training infants to become great sleepers for life inspired by clinical psychologist Janet Kennedy's popular psychotherapy practice NYC Sleep DoctorCry it out or co sleep Bassinet or swing White noise machine or Bach How many hours anyway For something so important there's too much conflicting information about how best to get your baby to sleep through the night and nap successfully during the day This book is a straightforward no nonsense answer to one of the biggest challenges new parents face when they welcome a brand new baby home This book is written for exhausted parents giving them immediate access to the information they need Reassuring and easy to understand Dr Kennedy addresses head on the fears and misinformation about the long term effects of crying and takes a bold stand on controversial issues such as co sleeping and attachment parenting With polarizing figures and techniues dominating the marketplace—and spawning misinformation across the internet—Dr Kennedy's methods and practices create an extensively researched and parent tested approach to sleep training that takes both babies' and parents' needs into account to deliver good nights and days of sleep and no small dose of peace of mind The Good Sleeper is a practical empowering—and even entertaining—guide to help parents understand infant sleep This research based book will teach parents the basics of sleep science determine how and when to intervene and provide tools to solve even the most seemingly impossible sleep problems


About the Author: Janet Krone Kennedy

Janet Kennedy PhD is a clinical psychologist who spent eight years at the Manhattan Veterans Affairs Medical Center where she developed the Sleep Disorders Treatment Program She is the founder of the successful consultation and psychotherapy practice NYC Sleep Doctor has been featured on CBS This Morning and has been uoted in Parents Magazine NY Press Redbook and the Encyclopedia Brita



10 thoughts on “The Good Sleeper

  1. says:

    This is our favorite book about sleeping babies It advises all naps all the time the adage that sleep begets sleep is currently in vogue Its primary champion is Marc Weissbluth whose Healthy Sleep Habits Happy Child I haven't read When your mother tells you to keep them awake during the day so they'll sleep be


  2. says:

    Janet Krone Kennedy's The Good Sleeper The Essential Guide to Sleep for Your Baby and You is a must have for new parents This guide gives practical advice and information regarding infant sleep patterns and how to 'train' them with the best interest of both the child and the parents in mind The book is easy to follow a


  3. says:

    I'm recommending this to everyone I know having babies


  4. says:

    I’m not sure how to rate this because it was written well easy to understand nonjudgmental practical advice but I also don’t think I can do this method which is basically classic cry it out She seems pretty harsh about it but I guess you have to be when doing cry it out I don’t know when she talked about the vomiting aspect and th


  5. says:

    Helpful


  6. says:

    saved me in my time of need super readable and extremely comforting THANK YOU SERENA


  7. says:

    When I read the sentence Others get through multiple wakings before giving up and bringing the baby to bed at 2 or 4 or maybe 5 am that described us exactly The author very frankly explains that doing this actually encourages your baby to wake up freuently She has very practical advice and is straightforward in her approach I enjoyed all the anecdotal stories th


  8. says:

    I read this intermittently before and after my daughter was born The book offers lots of helpful and reassuring advice She debunks the crackpot “Dr” Sears and his extremely woo based approach to sleep training and parenting She also takes a hardline stance on the dangers of co sleeping which is so important for all parents to understand


  9. says:

    I've been reading this book on and off since my daughter was born Although we have been blessed with an excellent sleeper this book has lots of science based tips for developing baby's sleep rhythms It also reinforces the dangers of co sleeping and promotes the safest sleep methods for infants


  10. says:

    This book had tons of specific small step strategies for easing your baby into independent sleeping based on their age and needs It was a bit of information overload to read about the various stages at once so I imagine it'll be helpful to re visit as we encounter major milestones It felt like a great starting point for me as a soon to be first time mom


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