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Tracy Spackman | Infant & Toddler Sleep Coach

This is Tracy

Tracy Spackman is a trained and certified Gentle Sleep Coach for parents of babies, toddlers and children ages 4 months to 8 years old. She is featured as a Best Sleep Consultant in the US through Tuck and leads trainings for the Infant Toddler Mental Health Coalition of Arizona (ITMHCA).

A compassionate and empathetic mother of five, Tracy has been helping thousands of families all over the world get better sleep since 2013. Using non-invasive, non-CIO (Cry It Out), evidence-based methodology and training, Tracy offers a blend of sleep coaching techniques that support infant mental health and has proven a 97% success rate. She specializes in alert temperaments and is highly experienced with singles, twins, reflux, sleep apnea and the pitfalls of sleep deprivation and postpartum depression.

Tracy is originally from Canada and currently loves the Arizona sun. Residing in Phoenix with her husband and five children, she has personally experienced most of the scenarios she consults, and can therefore empathize with sleep deprivation and the desire to offer your baby a gentle and responsive solution. Tracy is passionate about all things family and it is her goal to help mothers be the best parents they can be. After all, sleep is foundational to successful parenting.



Over 100 hours of certified training with Kim West, LCSW-C,
The Sleep Lady

Featured with
The Child Sleep Institute

Featured with Kinder Sleep - The Baby Source

Former Regional Director for the International Associations of Child Sleep Consultants

Instructor for the Infant Toddler Mental Health Coalition of Arizona (ITMHCA)

Rated among Best Sleep Consultants in the United States on

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