Becoming a Sleep Consultant with Jayne Havens

Erin is a wife, mom to young boys, a licensed marriage & family therapist, and certified pediatric sleep consultant through the Center for Pediatric Sleep Management. Erin is the founder of The Well Rested, a pediatric sleep consulting business that helps family become well rested by providing tools for independent sleep while maintaining healthy attachment.

From an early age, Erin developed a passion for helping families, couples and relationships which led her to a career as a marriage and family therapist. While working as a therapist, she quickly noticed that poor sleep was at the core of many of her client's challenges. When she became a mom and recovered from postpartum depression with sleep deprivation, she knew she wanted to help more families become rested, healthy, and happy. Erin became a sleep consultant in order to change the lives of more families by providing them with the right tools and compassion needed to become well rested.

On this episode of the Becoming a Sleep Consultant Podcast Erin shared:
- How she is growing her sleep consulting business without the use of social media by leveraging meaningful connections, her personal network and former clients
- Her mindset shift that positioned her to enjoy marketing her services
- Her goals for this year and beyond!



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What is Becoming a Sleep Consultant with Jayne Havens?

Welcome to Becoming a Sleep Consultant with Jayne Havens. On this podcast, I’ll be discussing the business side of sleep consulting. You’ll have an insider’s view on launching, growing, and even scaling a sleep consulting business. This is NOT a podcast about sleep training. This is a podcast about business building and entrepreneurship.

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