About.

 

 

 

Hi, I’m Rosy Whitwell

Paediatric Sleep Consultant, Registered Nurse and Health Visitor. Mum of 3 (now aged 15, 19 and 21).

You will have noticed from your bleary eyed, google searches in the middle of the night, that there ARE hundreds of sleep consultants out there, so why choose me?

You really need to be able to trust the person you choose to work with to improve your precious baby’s sleep and that they have the right experience, training and expertise to help you.

I’m medically trained and highly experienced

  • Sleep Practitioner (Royal College of Paediatrics & Chid Health. Royal College of Nursing)
  • BSc (Hons) 2:1 Nursing: Advanced Professional Practice (Nottingham)
  • BSc (Hons) 2:1 Health Visiting: Community Health Care Nursing (UWE)
  • Registered Nurse (NMC)
  • Registered Health Visitor (NMC)
Early on in my career I worked as a senior nurse on the Nottingham Burns Unit, looking after poorly children and caring for their families during the most traumatic time of their lives. It was such a privilege. My love of working with babies, children and their families led me into health visiting. I qualified and worked in Bristol before moving to Oxford and working as a health visitor here. I also lived in Brisbane, Australia and had my own 3 children, a girl and 2 boys..

I work with clients across the UK

Over 4 years ago I left my job as an NHS Health Visitor. 9-5 working hours just didn’t suit me and my family anymore and I really wanted to help families on a much deeper level. I’ve been working as a Paediatric Sleep Consultant ever since, helping exhausted mums and dad to overcome their little one’s sleep challenges. Although based in Oxford I work with clients all over the UK and even Jersey and the Isle of Man!

With my paediatric health professional experience and expertise I can help with many factors which may impact on you and your baby’s sleep such as breastfeeding, diet, allergies, perinatal and infant mental health, health issues and development.

I was really struggling getting my 11 month old to sleep. With 4.30am starts, numerous wakes throughout the night and sometimes 3 hour long midnight ‘parties’, I was exhausted and terrified of returning to work.

Calling Rosy was the best thing I did.

Suddenly I was in control of the situation again. The changes we saw were rapid and Rosy was there every step of the way. I am so grateful!

Rowena H