Tia Clark


As a mum of 2, one of the best gifts I could ever have given my children is the ability to get good quality sleep. I have Judy to thank for that.

Lucky for me, Judy is family so I have been fortunate to see the wonders healthy sleep habits bring a baby, with Judy’s two beautiful girls and my other niece and nephew getting the same benefits, before Judy helped with my own.

Had it not been for this insight into healthy sleep habits, I could not imagine what sort of sleep routine I would be in right now with a 6 month old.

My Story

Following an extremely difficult pregnancy and some major health complications, my little baby girl Ava came into this world a whole 7 weeks early. All I could remember, is looking down at this tiny fragile baby and being terrified of holding her, not knowing exactly how I would best care for her.

December 2017, around 2 months after having Ava, Christmas Day actually. I recall coming down the stairs at my sister-in-law’s house feeling beyond exhausted and thinking to myself, is this what years of motherhood will be like? Fortunately, Judy who was also staying over, looked at me that morning and said to me “Tia, I’ve got a present for you. We’re going to start teaching Ava today!” All I could think at that time was do I really look that tired… but deep down I’d never been so elated to finally get started.

Bearing in mind Ava was really premature, starting that soon meant we would need to be patient with her before she could get through the night by herself. As Ava by this point was only 2 weeks corrective Judy set me up on a special 1 month programme monitoring Ava’s feeds and weight at every stage. I stuck by the programme and lo and behold by February, Ava had her first night with no wakes. I could finally start getting time to myself in the evenings.

Now that I had a structure / routine in place, this made getting other things done very manageable. I could prep her food during nap times, get the house work done and even plan days out with her, knowing that she would still get all the rest that she needed. I mean, even for my mum who’s very traditional in her ways and was at first quite sceptical about what I was doing, certainly had a different viewpoint when Ava would stay round for sleepovers. Baby-sitting has not been an issue ever since!

A year on, I’d finished my maternity and was worried about having to be separated from Ava for long periods. I work in children services and come to face with situations where babies and children are not afforded the benefit of a safe environment. This only made me appreciate more what I had, and the want to give Ava the love and care she needs. Getting back home and doing her bed time routine worked great to solidify that bond.

Now feeling blessed to be a mother to two, I must admit that it was a very different experience with my son Eli. Having him during the midst of the pandemic was difficult as I couldn’t get all the help I had the first time round. I knew how important it was to get into a routine as soon as possible and asked Judy to help me get started when Eli was ready. In the meantime, I would slowly implement some of the fundamentals from Judy’s programme, that would enable him to pick up the habits with ease.

I’m at a point now where I have so much of a better understanding on child sleep, coupled together with what I have learnt on building good habits, behaviourism and child development, whilst acquiring my psychology degree. I would certainly consider it my purpose to use this knowledge in helping families all get their well deserved sleep.


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Sleep is so important to me I decided I want to help families!

I decided to become a professional child sleep therapist and consultant because I believed it would allow me to help more people in a more meaningful way.

With this in mind, I completed an in-depth training program with Dana Obleman to become the first leading certified Sleep Sense™ consultant in the UK. Over the years I have helped hundreds of families all over the world transform their lives.

I will work closely with you and show you how to lovingly teach your child how to sleep on his or her own, without the use of addictive sleep props such as a dummy or walks in a pram, so your whole family can get the sleep you need to live happier, healthier lives.

My two girls sleep 12-13 hours every night. I can help you teach your child to do the same thing.

Imagine how wonderful it will be to feel well-rested and enjoy more quality time with your baby!

The British Sleep Society (BSS/BPSS)

I am a certified member of the British Sleep Society. This is a professional organisation for medical, scientific and healthcare workers dealing with sleeping disorders. They are a registered British charity, whose ultimate aim is to improve public health by promoting education and research into sleep and its disorders.

The Lullaby Trust

I am a member and receive regular training by The Lullaby Trust. It is a charity that raises awareness of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) and offers emotional support for bereaved families. They assist healthcare professionals who support new families, to make sure parents receive consistent advice and are equipped with the knowledge to sleep their baby more safely.

FREE 15-Minute Telephone Consultation

To learn more about how I can help your family get a good night’s sleep, please call me for a FREE 15-minute telephone consultation. This will give us a chance to discuss your child’s specific situation and come up with ideas for a solution.

You don’t have to endure any more sleepless nights… give me a call at

01732 222 000

or email judyclark@babywinkz.com and get your life back!

Calling Judy was the best thing I ever did, she is a fantastic sleep consultant who will guide you every step of the way.

A HUGE thank you to Judy for making our life so much easier and everyone including our baby so much happier.

I feel like i’ve got my life back again and have energy to enjoy the things I used to do! Thank you so much Judy!

Global Certified Sleep Sense™ Consultant