PRP007: A Sensible Sleep Solution with Associate Professor Sarah Blunden Part 1

Show Notes: A Sensible Sleep Solution with Associate Professor Sarah Blunden Part 1

Sensible Sleep Solution Part 1 GraphicThis is the first of a 3-part interview with Associate Professor Sarah Blunden. In this first one we discuss Sarah’s research and practice career with a particular focus on a gradual sleep solution that she developed. Originally called the Gradual Withdrawal Method, now the Sensible Sleep Solution, or more broadly, a Cue-Based Sleep Solution (CUBS).

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Associate Professor Sarah Blunden’s:

More information on the Gradual Withdrawal, Sensible Sleep Solution, or Cue-Based Sleep Solutions:

This Podcast Series with Associate Professor Sarah Blunden

The current episode PRP007 talking about the research behind the sensible sleep solution.

PRP008 talking about sensible sleep solutions for 0-3 year olds, and the book “The Sensible Sleep Solution”

PRP009 talking about sensible sleep solutions for 3-8 year olds, and the book “The Boss of My Sleep Book”

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References

Blunden, S. (2011). Behavioural treatments to encourage solo sleeping in pre-school children: An alternative to controlled crying. Journal of Child Health Care, 15(2), 107-117.

Blunden, S. L., Thompson, K. R., & Dawson, D. (2011). Behavioural sleep treatments and night time crying in infants: Challenging the status quo. Sleep Medicine Reviews, 15(5), 327-334.

 

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