Megan Pierson brings to Sleep Shop extensive experience in early childhood education and has a passion for assisting children and their families to lead happy and healthy lives.
She holds a BA from USC, Teaching Credentials from CSU Long Beach, and a Masters in Special Education from Chapman University.
While she spent six years at Santa Ana Unified School District, she implemented training programs geared for parents and their preschool-aged children. Megan knows firsthand the positive effect of creating and maintaining schedules and daily routines in promoting healthy living for all children.
Having spent over 400 days in the hospital with her middle child who was born with a severe heart defect, Megan and her husband learned the true importance of parents being a cohesive team and creating quality sleep patterns and schedules for all family members.
After years of research and speaking with doctors and mothers, Megan has recently completed, Yes, You Can!, a Pediatrician backed, easy to follow potty training/sleep routine manual. She teaches sleep, behavior, and potty training classes and also works with individual families throughout the United States. As potty training is one of the first chances children have to show their independence and take pride in their accomplishments, Megan sees this time as a wonderful bonding period for parents and their children.
She gives hope to all parents experiencing the “terrible twos” and having a “threenager”.
Heather, a Certified Family Sleep Institute Child Sleep Consultant, assists families with children of all ages to develop positive sleep solutions and maintain healthy sleep habits.
Heather has been able to take her knowledge and experience and has helped other parents get their children on healthy sleep plans. By establishing boundaries in the areas of sleep and creating consistent schedules, Heather guides families in improving children’s cognitive, emotional, behavioral, and physical development. Heather’s commitment to helping families get the sleep they need extends beyond babies. She also works with families of elementary, middle, and high school children.
Danielle, a Certified Pediatric Sleep Consultant specializing in overnight care. She holds a BA in Psychology and Development from UC Irvine.
Danielle has over 6 years of experience with newborns, toddlers and multiples. Her love for kids led her to further her knowledge and become certified in pediatric sleep consulting. Danielle provides overnight care to implement our sleep plans and assist in teaching great sleep skills to your little ones. She has worked with countless families and understands the vulnerability and difficulties that come with night time sleep routines. Danielle aims to not only get your baby sleeping through the night but to also give you the peace of mind and rest that you need as parents.
An elementary school teacher by trade, Brynn knows firsthand what an incredible asset healthy sleep is for young kiddos.
Jessica Cheeley a Certified Sleep Consultant holding a BA in Psychology with an emphasis on early childhood development.
Jessica’s experience teaching and then transitioning into the business world has taught her that no matter the work environment infant and toddler sleep is a big point of confusion and frustration for parents. While she spent 5 years teaching at a Montessori school she saw firsthand the way kids thrive when they have boundaries and a routine.
After having 3 kids of her own (4 and under) and learning to establish healthy sleep habits for them she understood why there are so many misconceptions around infant sleep and why people buy into the whole “it’s just the way it is, you don’t sleep the first 2 years”. This is one of the driving forces behind her decision to become sleep certified. She is determined to help new parents see that this is not the way it has to be. With a passion for problem solving and knowledge sharing Jessica is the perfect encourager to have in your corner. She’s patient, empathetic and determined to help you find the rhythm and routine that works for YOU. If working full time and managing a household has taught her anything it’s that lack of sleep makes the everyday responsibilities feel overwhelming and no one should have to function from that place.