IMBA in association with Lucy Wolfe


From time to time IMBA organises special events with well-known sleep expert, Lucy Wolfe of Sleep Matters. These talks a series of sleep talks around the country tailored for parents of multiples, with a Q&A session included. Please see our Events page to see when the next sleep seminar is happening.


As well as being a busy mum to four children, Lucy is a trained, certified and insured sleep consultant. She has
completed extensive training and education and undergoes continuing professional development to stay up to
date with recent research and development in the field of sleep. She has completed the Gentle Sleep
Consultation Program (USA), additionally, she has certification in Child Sleep Consultancy accredited by the
OCN (UK) and has attended the Naturally Nurturing Sleep Clinic, (UK). She is also a Certified Happiest Baby,
New Parent Educator, specialising in teaching techniques to calm crying and help newborn babies to sleep
longer. She holds certification in Post Natal Depression accredited by OCN (UK). She is the current European
Director of the Association of Professional Sleep Consultants; a member of The International Association of Child
Sleep Consultants and the Irish Sleep Society.

Lucy is a regular guest on RTE, The Today afternoon television show (2014). She has completed a sleep
television series on TV3′s Ireland Am titled “Baby Bedtime Basics” (2013) and has appeared on The Morning
Show (2012) and Midday (2014) as a sleep expert. Her work has also been featured extensively in the
media—in The Irish Times, The Irish Daily Mail, The Sunday Business Post, The Irish Independent, The Irish
Examiner, amongst many others as well as on many national and regional radio shows. She has provided
articles for various publications and parenting websites, regularly contributing to The Irish Independent Mothers
and Babies Magazine, Pregnancy and Parenting, Maternity and Infant Magazine, Mums and Tots, Womans
Way, Easy Parenting to name but a few. She has worked with leading corporations such as Vodafone, Aviva,
Cow and Gate, Danone, State Street, Citi bank, Pepsi Cola to help reduce sleep deprivation in the workplace.