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The Good Sleep Method
Holistic Sleep Coaching for Adults & Teens



I'm Amy, founder of The Good Sleep Method, Sleep Expert and Certified Sleep Consultant Practitioner for adults & teenagers.

I help people improve sleep to feel & perform at their best through 1-1 Sleep Coaching.

If you're feeling...

It doesn't have to be this way.

If you're wondering... 'How can I be a good sleeper?'
Don't worry, you're in the right place...

If any of the following sounds like you, The Good Sleep Method™ is here to help:

  • Suffering with short term or long term sleeping issues?

  • Wanting to build better sleep habits & routines?

  • Want to optimise your sleep to improve daytime performance?

  • Looking to support your long term health & improve wellbeing?

  • Wondering how you can feel less tired & more energised?

Our 1-1 coaching uses a holistic approach that considers the interconnectedness of many factors that contribute to sleep quality & duration, and aims to address all of these aspects to promote overall wellbeing & set you up for success.


Now Accepting New Clients
& Payment In Installments!



Immediate Sleep Support

30 minute phone consultation Or

50 minute video consultation

From £49

Sleep Coaching Packages

Series of 50 min video consultations

Personalised Sleep Analysis

Sleep Action Plan

From £200

(Payment in instalments available via PayPal)

What My Clients Say...

I've always been a "tired person". Sleep has often taken a backseat to other commitments. Amy has really helped me start to turn this around.

My goal was simply to not have to drag myself out of bed in morning, and wake up feeling ready to tackle the day ahead instead of repeatedly snoozing and reaching for the coffee.

Her expert knowledge provided a different point of view, and led me to consider strategies I hadn't previously thought about. Amy was a pleasure to work with and beyond simply crafting a plan, she acted as an accountability partner to ensure I stuck with it.

Edward, Finance Industry Professional

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Immediate Sleep Support (For Adults)

30 minute or 50 minute consultations are now available with Certified Sleep Consultant Practitioner Amy, for those looking for immediate sleep support and personalised, practical solutions. 

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What is The Good Sleep Method™?

The Good Sleep Method™ is centred around 3 key pillars, which take a multi-pronged, holistic approach to improving your sleep & wellbeing in the long term. These are:

  1. Lifestyle & Behaviours

  2. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT-i) Techniques for Insomnia

  3. Your Sleep Environment

We offer personalised sleep coaching services for adults in the UK and internationally. Sessions are conducted remotely or face to face and are available for individuals and couples, along with corporate sessions for employees, and in-house at spas or retreats. 

Who Can The Good Sleep Method™ Help?

The Good Sleep Method can help with....

  • Short term or long term insomnia

  • Sleep disruptions during pregnancy & menopause

  • Nightmares

  • Stress, anxiety & worry related to sleep

  • Sleep disruption linked to mental health

  • People being treated for sleep apnea

  • Light or restless sleepers

  • Anyone looking to improve energy levels, overall health or promote longevity

I work with:

  • Individuals looking for bespoke 1-1 sleep support & coaching

  • Couples living in the same household struggling with sleep

  • Businesses looking to provide sleep support to their employees

  • Private members clubs looking to provide a sleep consultancy service to their members

  • Spas or anyone running a wellness retreat who would like to provide a sleep consultancy service to their guests

Check Out The Good Sleep Blog™

  • What is a sleep coach or sleep consultant for adults?
    The term sleep coach and sleep consultant can be used interchangeably. They both refer to a professional who is trained and specialised in helping adults improve the quality and duration of their sleep.
  • What does the term ‘holistic’ mean when it comes to improving my sleep?
    The Good Sleep Method focuses on a holistic approach, which means we take into account all aspects of an individual's life, health, and well-being that might impact their sleep quality and duration. Instead of focusing solely on one specific aspect, such as sleep hygiene or bedtime routines, a holistic approach considers the interconnectedness of various factors that contribute to sleep and aims to address all of these aspects to promote overall wellbeing.
  • Do you offer insomnia treatment?
    Yes, insomnia is one of the most common challenges for my clients. I have a holistic approach to dealing with insomnia and consider the many factors which contribute to sleep disruption. The recommended first line strategy for tackling insomnia is CBT-i which has robust scientific evidence showing it's effectiveness. In addition, I also provide recommendations & techniques on lifestyle and behavioural factors which maybe disrupting your sleep, as well as ensuring your sleep environment is optimal.
  • How long will it be before I start to see results?
    Some people may start to see improvements in their sleep in a couple of days, whereas others may take a couple of weeks or longer. Studies have shown that CBT for insomnia is proven to work in up to 85% of people in as little as two weeks. Some people may feel more tired for the first few days but this should improve quickly when continuing The Good Sleep Method.
  • How do I know The Good Sleep Method will work for me?
    There is no way to guarantee results, however if you are committed to change and follow your personalised recommendations consistently, you will experience long term improvements in your sleep. Our holistic approach also leaves no stone unturned and offers the best possible chance for success in your Good Sleep journey.
  • I’ve tried to improve my sleep before but it didn’t work, how can this help?
    Whilst you may have tried individual strategies or medications previously, The Good Sleep Method’s holistic approach means that sleep optimisations will be made across multiple areas and cumulatively, these are more likely to be effective. We also work to a phased approach of changes to ensure that improvements will be sustainable on a long-term basis. Additionally, having the support of a 1-1 coach who is solely focused on improving your sleep will help hold you accountable and guide you through the process.
  • I’m currently on sleeping pills. Can The Good Sleep Method still help me?
    Yes, we can work with people who are on sleeping pills, as well as those not using sleeping pills. If you would like to taper down and reduce your sleeping pill usage, this method works perfectly alongside guidance from your doctor to help deliver long term results.
  • Can you help if I have other medical or psychological conditions alongside my sleeping problems?
    In most cases, yes. There are a small number of disorders that we cannot work with, however this can be discussed before you commit to anything in a free sleep discovery consultation call. Where appropriate, we will also recommend referrals to relevant medical professionals. Click to book a free call here.
  • I’m not sure my sleep problems are ‘bad enough’ to work with a sleep coach but I still want to improve my sleep habits and routines, can I still work with you?
    Absolutely! There are no issues too big or small. If you want to optimise your sleep to feel more refreshed & energised during the day and are ready to make some changes in your life, The Good Sleep Method is here to help.
  • What are the advantages of working with a sleep coach rather than trying to improve my sleep on my own?
    There are many (!), but to summarise, you will receive expert guidance from a trained professional who provides a personalised sleep action plan for your individual situation. The hard work and heavy lifting is done for you with comprehensive, evidence based strategies used to improve your sleep, in an easily digestible format. With the guidance of a coach, you can avoid trial and error and directly focus on strategies that are more likely to work, accelerating your progress toward better sleep. Coaching sessions will help hold you accountable and keep you on track with your sleep optimisation goals. The Good Sleep Method aims to instil lasting habits and understanding about sleep, which can lead to sustained improvements in sleep quality and overall health, even after the coaching relationship concludes.
  • Where are your services available?
    Where are your services available? We use video call, phone and emails to help people improve their sleep and long-term wellbeing across the UK and worldwide. Face to face support is available via our home consulting room in North East London or in your home upon request. Corporate and spa / retreat services are available in the UK or internationally.
  • Do I need to involve a medical professional to improve my sleep?
    The majority of sleeping problems can be vastly improved by assessing and making changes across an individual’s lifestyle & behaviours, as well as restructuring their thinking patterns and routines, and optimising their sleep environment. Sleep coaches are trained to recognise disorders that would require the intervention of a medical professional and will provide the appropriate referrals & recommendations. If a person is already under the care of a medical professional (for disorders such as for sleep apnea), The Good Sleep Method can play a complimentary role alongside medications and medical interventions to help people achieve healthy, quality sleep and improve overall wellbeing.
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Sleep is an essential function of life and healthy, restorative sleep is crucial for:

  • Allowing the body to remain healthy & fight diseases

  • Ensuring optimal brain functioning

  • Promoting longevity

  • Maintaining your immune system

  • Feeling restored and refreshed throughout the day

Poor sleep has been scientifically linked to increased risks of:

  • Obesity, diabetes, mental health disorders, cardiovascular problems, dementia, stroke, breast cancer and impaired cognition.

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"Good sleepers aren't born, they are made."

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