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Parent & sleep coaching

Supporting families with children ages 0-26

At PM Pediatric Care, we understand that parenting is a journey that does not come with a manual

How we can help

Parenting coaches and certified sleep consultants are available to help you, as a parent or caregiver, gain clarity by building even stronger connections at every stage of growth and development.

Our team of experts are trained to:

  • address parenting and sleep-related concerns for children, ages 0-26.
  • understand your family’s needs, preferences, and culture to offer realistic and personalized support.
  • guide parents through tantrums, behavior concerns, family changes, parenting kids with autism and ADHD, and more.
  • help parents set and follow through on effective limits, especially regarding screens and technology.
  • support sleep problems including, but not limited to, schedules and routines, night waking and weaning, poor napping, sleep regressions, ending co-sleeping, bedtime battles, night terrors, and shifting body clocks.
  • provide a comprehensive assessment of your child’s sleep needs and challenges.
  • develop evidence-based, individualized plans designed to get you closer to a good night’s sleep.
  • support YOU as the parent or caregiver so that you can show up as the parent you want to be, and the parent your children deserve.

How we’ll work together

Our team provides a safe space to explore parenting challenges and goals. We can work individually with you or together with other behavioral health experts to guide you towards a more joyful and purposeful family life.

When you are ready to get started, schedule a 10-minute virtual consultation with a team member. We’ll talk through your concerns, learn how we can best support you and your family, and connect you with a certified coach or consultant to work with you on an individualized plan.

Fees reflect the “Prompt Pay Discount”
Service Fee CPT Code*
Parent or sleep coaching (initial visit | 60 minutes) $150 0591T
Parent or sleep coaching (follow-up visit | 60 minutes) $150 0592T
Parent or sleep coaching (follow-up visit | 30 minutes) $75 0592T

Appointments canceled within 24 hours may be subject to full cost of service.
*CPT codes can be provided to your insurance company to determine out-of-network benefits.


Alison Bevan,

Sleep Consultant

Christina Gantcher, MSc,

Sleep Consultant

Erin Taylor, MACP,

Parent Coach


Parent and sleep coaching differs from therapy in that coaches meet with the parent(s) only, rather than the parent and child. While therapy assesses the past, parent coaching is forward-thinking, setting goals with a positive psyche. It provides a gentle, non-judgmental, and empowering environment, championing parents’ highest aspirations for themselves, their children, and their families towards a more joyful and purposeful family life.

We develop an individualized plan for every person that receives our services. Typically, parents start out with 2-4 sessions for parent and sleep coaching.

Our parents and sleep coaching program in currently offers the flexibility of telehealth appointments and all patients are seen virtually.

  • Finally, we found the right fit for our family. This was more than an evaluation or yet another appointment, it is a better way forward for our child.”
  • We are so grateful for the opportunity to work with a team that takes a whole-child approach, understands our children’s needs, and makes the evaluation process easier.”

    Questions before you get started?

    If you or a family member needs behavioral and mental care support, but have questions about where to get started, please call us at 888-764-4161 or email us. We are available Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm to answer your questions.

    Are you a pediatrician or primary care office with a patient referral?

    Call us at 888-764-4161 or email us. We are available Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm to answer your questions.

    Looking for treatment​ for ADHD or other behavioral and mental health concerns?

    Our team of therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, and pediatricians are trained to address a wide range of behavioral health concerns for children, teens, and young adults including, but not limited to: school and social anxiety, depression, ADHD and other behavioral disorders, family stress, grief, and PTSD.