Meet Becca Campbell

Your Pediatric Sleep Consulant

B.A. Education & Master in Art of Teaching

Hey I’m Becca!

Most days you can find me playing make believe with my girls, but I am mostly known for loving a good night of sleep! People have definitley referred to me as The Sleep Whisperer because I love serving your family by resolving your child’s exhausitng sleep habits. I am so passionate about shouting to the world: you don’t have to be a tired parent! 

I serve parents who struggle with getting their newborn, baby or child to sleep well all night. Through group or one-on-one coaching I am able to give you the tools to create a solid night of sleep so you can look forward to bedtime.
When I am not working with your family you can catch me creating the next podcast, flipping through Instagram stories, cooking dinner in with Chad and planning a day tip across Virginia for our girls.
As a Pediatric Sleep Consultant I have been honored to be a part of these blogs, media and professional organizations:

My Experience

  • I received a B.A. in Elementary Education and a Master in the Art of Teaching from Louisiana State University
  • I previously taught Fifth and Third Grade Science & Social Studies
  • Motivated by my own experiences as a parent, I trained extensively as a Pediatric Sleep Consultant.
  • I am now dedicated to helping parents learn the skills to teach their children to become independent, healthy sleepers

My Sleep Philosophy

I believe healthy sleep habits make for healthy children.

A well-rested child is curious, energetic, happy, playful, and eager to learn.

I am more interested in improving your child’s sleep than preaching a particular sleep philosophy.

When parents entrust me as their child’s “sleep coach,” I appreciate that they are placing a great deal of trust in me; a responsibility I take very seriously.

My Approach

  • To give you honest information about WHY sleep is so important for your child’s well-being, which will fuel your motivation.
  • To give you an easy-to-follow, step-by-step plan that lets you make some choices about what is the right approach for your child.
  • To show you how to measure success. No, you shouldn’t expect your child to sleep 12 uninterrupted hours on the first night, although it does happen!