Dr. Candice Alfano is Professor of Psychology, a licensed psychologist, clinical researcher, and Director of the Sleep and Anxiety Center of Houston (SACH) at the University of Houston. Dr. Alfano's research focuses on better understanding the role of sleep in the development and regulation of emotion, including emotional disorders. Her research has been funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the National Science Foundation (NSF), the Department of Defense (DoD), and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Dr. Alfano has published more than 70 scientific papers, chapters, and books, including the co-edited the book, Comprehensive Evidence-based Interventions for Children and Adolescents (2014; John Wiley & Sons). Dr. Alfano is available for professional consultation, workshops, and lectures on a range of topics related to sleep.
I am a licensed clinical social worker specializing in treating anxiety and facilitating coping with cancer-related concerns. In my practice, I found that sleep disturbance was common among my clients and I was trained in CBT-I. I offer CBT-I to treat insomnia in the context of mental health concerns and in cases where insomnia is the primary concern.
I am a clinical psychologist specializing in health psychology. Additionally, I help individuals going through change or other challenges and also specialize in anxiety management. I am licensed in NY and CT and see patients in my offices (Fairfield County, CT, and Westchester County, NY). I also offer telehealth options for individuals who live in either CT or NY.
I received my BA in psychology from Carleton College. I completed a PhD in counseling psychology at the University of Minnesota, in its top-ranked, American Psychological Association (APA) Accredited doctoral program. During my capstone clinical training year, I completed an internship at the Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center in Albuquerque, NM. I then completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the Brain Sciences Center at the Minneapolis Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center.
I am a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in clinical health psychology. I completed my Ph.D. in clinical psychology at Ohio University, internship at the Phoenix VA, and post-doctoral fellowship in clinical health psychology at Tripler Army Medical Center. I am now a staff psychologist at the Phoenix VA and a national training consultant through the VA CBT-I Training Program. I also offer CBT-I in my part-time private practice at Phoenix Health Psychology, PLLC.
Erin Baehr, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist, licensed in the state of Maryland and is board certified in Sleep Medicine and Behavioral Sleep Medicine by the American Board of Sleep Medicine. She delivers customized, evidence-based interventions to help individuals accomplish their sleep goals. She earned a Ph.D. from Northwestern University and an undergraduate degree from Cornell University. She is licensed in and conducts her practice in the state of Maryland. She offers virtual sleep coaching and jet lag prevention nation-wide.
I am a psychologist working at the Elson Student Health Center at the University of Virginia with a specialty in behavioral sleep medicine. Please note that I am only able to see current UVa students. This is not a private practice and is not open to members of the public. However, I do want to make sure that UVa students know about my services, which are available to eligible students for free through Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS).
Assessment for all sleep disorders, CBT-I Course and Individual therapy running over 5-12 weeks, Psychotherapy for all clinical psychopathology, home based sleep studies, CPAP Psychoeducation, adaption and maintenance for compliance.
Jennifer Beathe, Psy.D. is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist specializing in Evidence-Based Treatment for Anxiety and Mood Disorders.
Cognitive Behavior Associates (CBA) is a group practice founded by Joel L. Becker, Ph.D. & his associates in 2005 and is one of the largest cognitive-behavior therapy practices in Southern California. We have a specific program “Soundly Sleeping” based on CBT-I.
In my therapy practice, I work with people who are looking for answers, who want to understand more about themselves and the struggles currently interfering with having the life they want. I support people who are feeling overwhelmed by stress and anxiety and provide guidance to relieve the physical and emotional symptoms that are causing distress. My goal is to help you understand, manage, and embrace your anxiety, fears, stress, or insomnia (or all of these) so that you can thrive!
Janice Biddle, MSN, CRNP, DBSM is a nurse practitioner at the University of Pennsylvania Sleep Center. She is board-certified in behavioral sleep medicine. She was appointed Vice Chair of the Advanced Practice Provider Assembly of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
Dr. Billmann is a licensed psychologist, Board Certified by the American Board of Sleep Medicine in 1998. He has been treating people with sleep disorders in sleep centers and in private practice for over 20 years.
Dr. Billmann is a graduate of Virginia Consortium for Professional Psychology, sponsored by William and Mary College, Old Dominion University, Norfolk State University, And Eastern Virginia Medical School. He Interned at Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Sleep Disorders at Eastern Virginia Medical School and Sentara Norfolk General Hospital's Sleep Disorders Center.
Dr. Binggeli specializes in adult individual psychotherapy and is particularly skilled in the treatment of anxiety disorders, depression, and insomnia.
He has successfully helped many patients overcome chronic insomnia using the evidence-based principles of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I). He also has a professional affiliation with his colleagues in The Corvallis Clinic Sleep Medicine Department.
Dr. Britney Blair is a licensed clinical psychologist and one of only four board certified behavioral sleep medicine specialists in the San Francisco Bay Area. Dr. Blair is also board certified in sexual medicine and provides sex therapy services to individuals and couples.
I first started studying insomnia 30 years ago. My honors thesis in undergraduate college at the University of Texas at Austin was on sleep and anxiety. Then I continued my studies and earned my PhD in Clinical Psychology. Afterwards, I went to work in the high pressure corporate world where what I was doing impacted the whole company. Years later, I went back to being a psychotherapist and started a private practice where I saw clients for all kinds of problems, and specialized in anxiety and sleep.
I have been working with individuals with insomnia, circadian phase disorders, and parasomnias since about 1985. My approach involves both traditional CBT techniques, and elements of ACT and similar "acceptance" approaches. I find that this approach can be helpful quickly, and once someone "gets it" they can weather occasional relapses fairly well. I have offices in Broomall and Ridley Park, and am affiliated with a full-service sleep center as their resident sleep psychologist. I have passed both the ABSM and BSM boards, and am familiar with a wide variety of sleep difficulties and treatments, and can readily refer to sleep physicians when appropriate. Finally, I make every effort to make my services affordable, and accept most commercial insurances and Medicare.