A psychotherapist in private practice in Amherst, MA, my clinical focus is on sleep disorders, anxiety and chronic pain. I help people not only with standard protocols to improve sleep, but also ways to reduce their anxiety and feel physically relaxed. Using evidenced-based treatment, I help patients with difficulty falling asleep, maintaining sleep, or waking up too early. As well, I work with people suffering from nightmares, trouble using CPAP, shift work, unable to sleep until late at night or falling asleep too early in the evening. Last, chronic pain is also a focus of mine, helping people to improve their lives despite coping with daily pain.
I provide services to those seeking help with their insomnia. I have been through training with Dr. Michael Perlis at University of Pennsylvania and also did a brief individual training with him and Dr. James Findley.
In prior years I used to suffer from insomnia myself and have found the ideas and methods of CBT-I very useful in my clients' lives and also in my own life, even if they may at first seem confusing or counter intuitive.
Insomnia is a soluble problem that you and I can work together as a team to understand and fix.
Dr. Kuhn is a licensed psychologist and professor of psychology at the Munroe-Meyer Institute (MMI) and University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC). He directs the Behavioral Sleep Disorders Clinic at the Children's Hospital & Medical Center Sleep Disorders Center. Dr. Kuhn is certified in behavioral sleep medicine by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, and he is the only professional in Nebraska with this distinction who dedicates his entire practice to children and adolescents.
Dr. Kuhn received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Oklahoma State University. He is a member of the Pediatric Sleep Council (www.babysleep.com) and he served on the American Academy of Sleep Medicine’s committee to create the national standards of practice for children with bedtime resistance and night-time awakenings. Dr. Kuhn has published more than 50 journal articles and book chapters on children’s behavioral health issues. He co-edited (with M. Perlis & M. Aloia) Behavioral Treatments for Sleep Disorders: A comprehensive Primer of Behavioral Sleep Medicine Interventions, and co-authored a popular press book, The Toddler Owner’s Manual: Operating Instructions, Troubleshooting Tips and Advice on System Maintenance.
Dr. Lebus is a licensed clinical psychologist with a specialty in behavioral sleep medicine and evidence-based treatment for anxiety and depression. Dr. Lebus is a clinical instructor at Stanford University’s Sleep Health and Insomnia Program within the Department of Psychiatry.
Dr. Lebus works with adults and adolescents in Palo Alto and San Jose. She also provides telemedicine to patients across the State of California.
Dr. Lebus completed her postdoctoral fellowship in behavioral sleep medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine and her predoctoral internship at the VA Sierra Nevada Healthcare System. She received her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in health psychology from Pacific Graduate School of Psychology.
I have been a practicing Psychologist for 30 years and have my Board Certification in Cognitive & Behavioral Psychology. I will work with people in doing a thorough assessment of their sleep related problems and help them gain a direction whether it means treating the sleep pattern directly, determining if there is another psychological issue that accounts for the sleep problem, or sending them for follow up medical assessment to a local sleep clinic.
Dr. Carole Li has 15 years clinical experience in psychological assessment and treatment in adult mental health, child psychology and oncology patients. She is a specialist in treating insomnia and stress-induced psychosomatic disorders, as well as biofeedback and mind-body (mindfulness) training.
Dr. Lindsey is a licensed clinical psychologist in the state of Illinois. She currently is an outpatient psychologist and the coordinator for Amita Health's Healthy Sleep Initiative. Services provided include: CBT-I groups for Perinatal Intensive Outpatient Program and Adolescent Partial Hospitalization Program. Individual sleep consults are offered, as well as psychoeducational information on CBT-I and where treatment is provided upon discharge. Dr. Lindsey also provides brief CBT-I on an individual and group basis at her outpatient practice.
Dr. Jennifer Lish is a licensed clinical psychologist with over 30 years of experience. She is the Director of the Worcester Center for Cognitive Behavior Therapy. Dr. Lish specializes in treating obsessive-compulsive disorder and anxiety disorders in children, teens, and adults.
Registered Nurse, Canadian Certified Counsellor, and Counselling Therapist who holds a Bachelor of Science Nursing degree from the University of Alberta and a Master of Counselling degree from Gonzaga University. I worked as a Registered Nurse in rural Saskatchewan before moving to Alberta and joining Alberta Health Services. I held the positions of Chronic Disease Management Educator and Chronic Disease Self-Management Program Coordinator until 2020. I moved to private practice in 2020 and have completed Intensive Training: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I): Evidence-Based Insomnia Interventions for Trauma, Anxiety, Depression, Chronic Pain, Traumatic Brain Injury, Sleep Apnea and Nightmares.
My practice is focused exclusively on behavioral sleep medicine. I work with adults, and I accept many forms of insurance. Please feel free to visit my website for additional information.
Dr. Lopez-Yianilos is a licensed clinical psychologist who received extensive behavioral sleep medicine training at the Miami VA Medical Center neurology/sleep clinic. She specializes in identifying and treating patients with sleep apnea and insomnia (PAP compliance, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia). Dr. Lopez-Yianilos also treats individuals with trauma-related disorders, depression, anxiety, and other health concerns. Treatment is also available in Spanish.
I'm a clinical psychologist and specialize in helping people overcome anxiety and insomnia. Insomnia is very common, and when people learn how to help themselves sleep, it can help in other areas of their lives as well. I received a Ph.D. from the University of Iowa and was a post-doctoral fellow at New York Hospital - Cornell Medical Center. I currently practice in Manhattan and also via telehealth in Florida and New York State. I'm happy to speak on the phone for a free consultation and my website is www.robinmacfarlanephd.com.
I have been a psychotherapist for over 20 years and developed an interest in sleep and mental health and a specialty in treating insomnia.
Dr. Tony Masri is a board-certified sleep medicine specialist. He has a decade of experience in diagnosing and managing sleep disorders from sleep apnea and insomnia to rare parasomnias and narcolepsy. His holistic therapeutic approach combines non-medication and medication treatment based on his patient’s treatment goals. He also provides in-home sleep studies allowing for a full sleep assessment without the discomfort of sleeping in a lab.
Dr. Masri enjoys working with adults across the lifespan and children over the age of two. Dr. Masri is fluent in English, Arabic and French and is able to offer treatment in the patient’s preferred language. Dr. Masri offers in-office appointments in the Bay Area and video-medicine appointments across the state of California.
After earning his medical degree from the University of Toledo Ohio, Dr. Masri completed a neurology residency at Case Western Reserve University. He then completed a sleep-medicine fellowship at the world-renowned Stanford Sleep Center.
Clifford Massie, PhD FAASM CBSM MSCP is a clinical psychologist with the Chicago Sleep Group of Suburban Lung Associates. Dr. Massie specializes in the treatment of various sleep disorders, including insomnia and circadian rhythm disorders.