Show Notes: A Sensible Sleep Solution with Associate Professor Sarah Blunden Part 1 This is the first of a 3-part interview with Associate Professor Sarah Blunden. In this first one we discuss Sarah’s research and practice career with a particular focus on a gradual sleep solution that she developed. Originally called the Gradual Withdrawal Method, now the Sensible Sleep Solution, or more broadly, a Cue-Based Sleep Solution (CUBS). Links Associate Professor Sarah Blunden's: Parenting resources and links to all affiliations: http://sleepeducation.net.au Sensible Sleep Solution book for 0-1 year olds: http://www.sensiblesleepsolution.com/ Information on Toddler sleep and the Boss of my Sleep Book: http://www.snoozeforkids.com/ Appleton Institute, CQ University, South Australia: https://www.cqu.edu.au/research/organisations/appleton-institute More information on the Gradual Withdrawal, Sensible Sleep Solution, or Cue-Based Sleep Solutions: Professor Sarah Blunden's InPsych article: https://www.psychology.org.au/inpsych/2014/april/blunden/ My previous post: http://practicalresearchparenting.com/2014/10/04/sleep-training-gradual-withdrawal-method/ Please subscribe, rate and share! Subscribe: iTunes, RSS, or Stitcher Please leave a review: in iTunes, and Stitcher Share: Tweet, Facebook page Let's start a discussion about any of the content in this podcast by commenting below. Thank you! Transcript If you would like access to the transcript, please sign up by clicking the button below. References Blunden, S. (2011). Behavioural treatments to encourage solo sleeping in pre-school children: An alternative to controlled crying. Journal of Child Health Care, 15(2), 107-117. Blunden, S. L., Thompson, K. R., & Dawson, D. (2011). Behavioural sleep treatments and night time crying in infants: Challenging the status quo. Sleep Medicine Reviews, 15(5), 327-334.