AMY KAYE, M.S.

Amy Kaye is a sleep training expert who also provides Special Instruction and
Family Training services for children through the New York State Early
Intervention and CPSE programs. Amy holds a Bachelor of the Arts Degree in
Special Education with a dual major in Special Education and Psychology and a
Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Special Education with a specialization in Behavior Disorders. While studying behavior disorders at the Master’s level, Amy
became aware of utilizing precise language and simple reinforcement
systems. Her positive approach in turn created positive behaviors for her
students.

Amy's experience with children began in the school system where she worked as
a tenured Special Education Teacher in the classroom setting from 1996 to 2002.
Amy left the classroom in 2002 to start her own family. Sleepless nights led Amy to then independently research techniques to implement with her own two boys. After much success, Amy went on to share her effective strategies with relatives, neighbors and friends. In 2007 Amy began creating simple reward plans for all aspects of behavior management.  As these strategies proved to be successful, Amy began to implement plans for parents that needed behavioral support at home.

In November 2011, Amy began working for Kids First Evaluation and Advocacy
Center in Deer Park where she continues to practice today. She provides Special
Instruction and Family Training services for children through the New York
State Early Intervention system (birth to 3). She also provides services as a SEIT
through the CPSE (Committee for Preschool Education) program.

Through the years Amy continued to help those in need master the art of healthy
sleep habits for their children. In March of 2012, Amy received her first call from
a sleep client that was outside of her circle of family or friends. Amy’s giving
nature is what began her sleep training journey, and it is because of her
dedication and compassion, that she is now renowned in the sleep training and
parent coaching fields.

When Amy is not helping others, she enjoys being a wife, a mother to her two boys and practicing yoga. If you are struggling to get your child to sleep or are in need of any type of behavior management within your home, contact Amy today at
917-364-1160 or click here to email her now.