No. We approach sleep holistically with the understanding that many factors impact how a child sleeps, and that sleep training does not "train" a baby to sleep or address any underlying causes of sleep disruption/disturbance. This is not a "no-cry" approach because we value the importance and validity of emotion and tears when supported by a loving, responsive caregiver. We encourage you to always follow your baby's cues and trust your own intuition, and we never recommend or encourage any arbitrary rules or time limits as these take the intuition piece out of the equation. We only promote responsive and respectful sleep changes.