Parenting is probably the most challenging and transformational experience of your life.  Hopefully, you’ll also find it rewarding! I love working with responsive parents and helping them find peaceful, practical solutions to parenting issues, whether that be breastfeeding, sleep, newborn behaviour, or toddler tantrums! 

Do you want an approach that is rooted in science, responsive parenting and secure attachment?

Do you want to feel confident in your parenting choices?

Then you’ve come to the right place. I have over 20 years experience supporting parents, and I can help you find the solution that is right for you. Based in Lisburn, Northern Ireland, there are a range of online and face to face options. 

You can book a free introductory call here, to find out if my methods are in line with your parenting values.

How Rebecca Supports Families

My promise to you…

“We will work together to find your responsive & adaptable approach, perfect for your unique family”

Here you can find a range of services to meet your parenting needs. If you have a breastfeeding issue, there is expert help available. If you’re struggling with your child’s sleep, there are packages to suit your needs. And if you’re overwhelmed with parenting a newborn, there’s a great support package for you too!

It can be really hard to work out the right decisions for your family. Sometimes you need to make compromises. Every family is different, and every family has different resources at their disposal; the dynamics of each family are unique. This is why I will take the time to work out the best approach for all of you, using a flexible, but collaborative approach. 

Hi! I’m Rebecca

I’m passionate about supporting families. 

I believe that babies are tiny humans that deserve our gentle care.  I believe that toddlers deserve the same respect that adults do.

They communicate those needs differently than we do, but will thrive when we tune in to their voice and meet their needs.

Therefore, I won’t suggest anything that neglects your child’s physical and emotional needs.

I always respect what your child is developmentally capable of.