Lyndsey is able to speak to your audience of any size on a huge range of topics including:

  • Love, attachment, empathy and connection in families
  • Supporting families in a sleep crisis without sleep training
  • Infant feeding challenges
  • The epigenetics of sleep
  • Gentle sleep for infants, toddlers and children
  • Normal infant behavior
  • Safe sleep and bed-sharing
  • Eating and food challenges with toddlers
  • Feeling confident as a parent
  • The impact of stress on sleep
  • Sleep biology
  • Breastfeeding through childhood illness

And many more! See Lyndsey’s CV here.

Click here to download Lyndsey’s 2020 Training Brochure.

Lyndsey Hookway

Other training

Lyndsey is the co-founder and clinical director of the Internationally renowned and well-respected Holistic Sleep Coaching Program. You can train with her and her team of International experts in the art and science of holistic sleep – which always prioritises the parent-infant bond, responsive feeding and never involves leaving children of any age to cry. See www.holisticsleepcoaching.com for more details and to join the waiting list. Lyndsey also offers bespoke training, as well as mentoring sessions for sleep and early parenting support professionals.

Mentoring

Are you a sleep, lactation or early parenting supporter? Do you need some support with a client you’re working with? Or would you like some one-to-one coaching in how to support families generally? Book one of my mentoring slots. I’ll send you some reflective questions and you’ll leave feeling clearer. I can support you with:

  • The type of support you offer families
  • How to get started
  • Troubleshooting
  • How to move towards a gentler style of parenting or sleep support
  • Understanding the evidence base behind sleep and responsive parenting
  • Unpicking more complex sleep, feeding and wellbeing scenarios
  • How to structure your support services

You can book either a 30 minute (£50) or 1 hour (£90) session with me. Afterwards, I will email a summary of our conversation. Click on the calendly link HERE to see my availability and to book.

Lyndsey’s recent talks:

Royal Society of Public Health and Institute of Health Visiting, London – The role of the infant feeding specialist

November 2018: iLactation Conference – Breastfeeding, sleep and the myths in between

January 2019: Fill Your Cup, Whitstable – Exploring holistic sleep solutions for breastfeeding professionals

March 2019: The Holistic Sleep Conference, London – History of Sleep Training

March 2019: Starting Off Well, Plymouth – Misunderstood: how interpreting infant cues can affect breastfeeding duration

April 2019: Lactation Consultants of Great Britain Annual Conference, Northampton – The Great Sleep Confusion, and Demystifying Sleep to support Optimal Parenting Experience

April 2019: GOLD Lactation Conference – Addressing Complex sleep problems while optimizing breastfeeding

July 2019: Starting Off Well, Plymouth – Night feeds and sleep, and The Sleep Gene

October 2019: Lamaze International – Lullabies and Lactation: Navigating bed-sharing, breastfeeding and safe sleep

October 2019: Australian Breastfeeding Association, Melbourne – Sleep training: History, heresy and harms, and Sleep Optimisation: the missing link in parent support

March 2020: Association of Lactation Consultants, Ireland – Supporting responsive sleep

March 2020: GOLD Conference – Breastfeeding children with cancer

April 2020: Sleeposium Conference, Ontario, Canada – Sleep series: Sleep biology fundamentals for advanced practice, The truth about night waking, How to support breastfeeding families in a sleep crisis, and The power of positivity – How understanding attachment, emotional connection and stress can transform sleep.

May 2020: ELACTA Conference, Milan – Sleep training: history, heresy and harms

June 2020: GOLD Conference – You can’t sleep with your foot on the gas pedal

July 2020: International Lactation Consultant Association Conference, Texas – Breastfeeding the Brave: Supporting medically complex breastfeeding children beyond the neonatal period

August 2020: Australian Breastfeeding Conferences – Breastfeeding the Brave: Stories and Solutions

September 2020: CAPPA Conference, Texas – Slow down, speak softly, stress-free: How calm and confident parenting supports infant sleep

What People Say

Lyndsey has supported the city council for a number of years now with expert advice, training and education. She engages her audience and so it is not surprising that her workshops and presentations always receive excellent feedback from participants.

Gemma Scott
Advanced Public Health Practitioner, Plymouth City Council

Thank you for such a stellar presentation! It was apparent how much time, effort, and care you put into the. The participant feedback that’s been rolling in on the survey has been very positive and there were a lot of heart-warming comments being made at the end of the webinar!

Jill Swanson
Education Coordinator, Lamaze International

Early results of the surveys indicate that you delivered one of the most illuminating presentations of the Conference, and Delegates would love to hear more from you!

GOLD Lactation Conference team 

I found your talk extremely practical in order for me to better support mums and their children with feeding difficulties. On behalf of the RCGP, we wish to thank you for the invaluable contribution you made to the Antenatal and Paediatric Conference.

Dr. Catherine Millington-Sanders
Royal College of General Practitioners

We were so pleased to have Lyndsey on board as a speaker for The Breastfeeding Festival 2019. She was so prompt with all of the information we needed to sort out the event and advertising. On the day, she arrived early and was on hand to speak to event delegates. The talk she gave was very informative, factual, and practical. As with most things regarding infant sleep, parents want to hear not just the science, but practical ideas for how to manage a difficult sleep situation when they are struggling. Lyndsey was able to give parents positive ideas that didn’t risk the well-being of their child. We are so pleased to have had her speak at the festival and would recommend her to anyone that would like to offer positive sleep support, and alternatives to the usual cry-it-out, to other parents.

J’Nel Metherell
IBCLC and Chairperson for The Breastfeeding Festival Milton Keynes

I would like to say a big thank-you for the presentation you gave at the National Neonatal Study Day. The feedback from the audience has highlighted yours at one of the most interesting of the day.

Rebecca Simpson
Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioner

Lyndsey’s webinar, Lullabies and Lactation: Navigating Breastfeeding and Safe Sleep, was incredibly engaging and informative. She developed a natural connection with the audience and shared her expertise in a way that left learners feeling energized and more passionate about their work. Lyndsey approached the topic of feeding and safe sleep practices in a mindful way that utilized inclusive language and high quality, international research to inform her presentation.

Jill Swanson
Education Coordinator, Lamaze International


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