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I have been working with children, infants, and families for over 18 years.  I graduated from CSU, Chico in 2005 with a Bachelors degree in music and minor in Psychology, and moved to Los Angeles where I began working as a behavior therapist for children. 


I specialized in early behavior intervention for children with Autism incorporating several different theoretical approaches implementing discrete trial training, applied behavior analysis, various sensory strategies, and child-centered/play-based techniques to assist my clients in overcoming their behavioral challenges.


I continued to hone my specialized skills in child and infant behavior helping multiple families including adjusting to life with an infant, and providing guidance regarding infant development, nutrition, sleep training & education, and other child development and parenting related matters. 


While I continued my work with newborns, I also began working as a birth doula helping women through prenatal care and child birth.


In 2013, I established Catching Baby Zzz by bringing all my services into one company, providing multiple families with support in all areas of prenatal and postpartum care. 

Through all my experience over the years, I became passionate about SLEEP.  I have helped families all over the world through my expertise and hands on experience in sleep education, providing families with healthy sleep and solving their sleep issues.

My current focus is infant and toddler sleep. I am committed to helping families establish a healthy, nurturing and happy home through my knowledge, training, experience, and most of all, my love and compassion.

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I completed my training and certification as a Newborn Specialist through the International Newborn Care Specialist Association in 2012.
I studied with the notable school of Bini Birth Los Angeles and completed my birth doula certification with DONA International in 2013.

 completed my sleep consulting training and certification through The International Parenting Institute in 2014.

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