amy huebner

Hi, I’m Amy Huebner.

When I had my first baby, I soon came to realise how important sleep is, for everyone in the family! We had our struggles and the lack of sleep started to really take its toll.

I didn’t even recognise the person I had become! I was so exhausted.

It was a basic and consistent routine, with some sleep skills thrown in, that got us over the line to start sleeping better – it changed our world, we honestly couldn’t have taken status quo for much longer.

I now have three young boys. Joel who is 5, Kayden who is 3 and little baby Jack. I’m currently doing a blog following Jack’s sleep journey from a newborn. Check it out if your interested.

Prior to having my children, my background was in Human Resources and Project Management. However, when it came time for me to get back to work, I felt a pull to help other parents who are struggling with little to no sleep, just like I was, and share how to change things up so everyone starts sleeping well.

This is what, consequently, lead me to Dana Obleman who is the best-selling author and founder of The Sleep Sense™ Program.

I am now a Certified Sleep Sense™ Consultant and I absolutely love the fact that I can change a families life from being sleep deprived, to fully rested.

Coupled with my personal experience, I have undergone a comprehensive certified training program and mentorship with Dana Obleman, which is ongoing. 

Dana is an amazing person to be aligned with, and her ongoing support allows me to see amazing results with my clients. After 15 years perfecting the program (and having 3 children in the process!) Dana is now the #2 Sleep Trainer in the US.

My work focuses on giving families the tools and support they need to get their little ones sleeping well.

As a result, lives are changed. Babies, toddlers, Mums and Dads, start getting the sleep they need. 

The Sleep Sense™Program has helped almost 100,000 families to date, sitting on a 99% success rate. It is a gentle, effective program and I am very proud to work with it.

So you might have tried a number of things to get your children to sleep well already. So why will the Sleep Sense strategy work? I’m glad you asked.

Have questions?


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