I'm a Clinical Psychologist, located in downtown Charlottesville, Virginia. I work with individuals, couples, and families to deal with psychological and health concerns, improve quality of life and relationships, and help people meet their goals.
Dr. Ahmed is a clinical Health Psychologist who completed her doctoral training in 2017. She further completed a SBSM accredited postdoctoral fellowship in Behavioral Sleep Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic Sleep Disorders Center in 2017-2018. Dr. Ahmed is currently employed at University Hospitals in the Division of Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine as a behavioral sleep medicine provider. She has experience treating adult patients with chronic medical conditions including insomnia, circadian rhythm disorders, OSA, and psychological symptoms (e.g., depression and anxiety) related to sleep. Specific treatments offered include individual and group-based CBT-I treatment for insomnia, systematic desensitization for PAP adherence, image rehearsal therapy for nightmare disorders, and behavioral techniques for Circadian Rhythm Disorder and management of Narcolepsy.
At Inland Insomnia Therapy, clients are scheduled for six weekly sessions which begin with a highly thorough intake process that includes a full examination of the client's psychiatric and psychological history. An exhaustive history of the client's sleep patterns will also be taken followed by sleep-related psychological testing. In the ensuing weeks, client's will be taken through the various components of evidence-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia. Clients will be supported throughout the therapeutic process with one-to-one coaching which includes access to their therapist between sessions. The CBT-I process is highly directive and success depends of clients' ability to adhere to structured guidelines. Inland Insomnia Therapy providers will work with their clients to achieve the best possible outcome of this highly effective, time-tested treatment for sleeplessness whether the problem is new or has been a chronic condition that clients have had to endure on their own. The only question Inland Insomnia Therapy wants their clients to have at the end of treatment is Why didn't I do this sooner?
I am Director and Sleep Consultant working for Hunrosa Sleep Consultancy. I provide behavioural sleep medicine treatment across all ages and specialise in additional needs. This includes those with disability, special educational needs and health conditions. My team and I work as providers to the National Health Service in England, a status unique in the UK. We work with patients in the NHS with complex health conditions and sleep problems. I am trained in CBTi and nightmare rehearsal therapy as well as sensory integration therapy, and undertake regular mentoring sessions and CPD. Through Hunrosa I work alongside a team of highly qualified professionals across England whose expertise includes clinical psychology, occupational therapy and nursing. We are all Disclosure and Barring checked to work with young people and vulnerable adults. I deliver accredited Sleep Right training sessions which attract CME. These sessions are aimed at sleep awareness for healthcare and education supporting young people and have been co developed with the National Association of Special Schools and partner schools. I also deliver accredited employee wellbeing sessions as well.
Dr. Jennings is a clinical psychologist who is board certified in behavioral sleep medicine. She provides short-term, evidence-based treatments including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) and Imagery Rehearsal Therapy (IRT) for adults, adolescents, and children across California through telehealth.
I am a physical therapist and certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I). I offer out-of-network, cash-based, mobile physical therapy and CBT-I services. That means I can go to your home, work, or any space conducive to your therapy and convenient to you!
I am a sleep medicine physician who specializes in behavioral therapy for insomnia. I also manage the full spectrum of sleep disorders including sleep apnea, hypersomnia, restless leg syndrome, parasomnias and circadian rhythm disturbances.
Moira is a registered Health Psychologist and a member of the Australian Psychological Society's College of Health Psychologists. Moira has been working in the sleep field since the mid 1990's and has written chapters for textbooks and articles in peer-reviewed journals on sleep disorders. She practices CBT-I, MBT-I, hypnosis and also provides general supportive counselling. Moira is open to referrals relating to sleep disorders of any kind as well as any inter-personal or other health issues. She is also able to provide supervision to peers. Moira is affiliated with Melbourne Sleep Disorders Centre as well as Monash University, Melbourne Australia.
Dr. Kate Kaplan is on the clinical faculty at Stanford University and a practicing psychologist with offices in Palo Alto and Menlo Park, CA. Dr. Kaplan is board certified in behavioral sleep medicine and specializes in the treatment of sleep difficulties such as insomnia, hypersomnia and circadian rhythm disorders, as well as anxiety, depression and other mood disorders. Dr. Kaplan practices evidence-based treatments that are supported by scientific research
Dr. Kaplan received her PhD in clinical psychology from the University of California Berkeley and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Stanford School of Medicine where she specialized in evidence-based treatments for depression, anxiety and sleep. She has many years of experience providing psychotherapy across a variety of settings, including hospitals, community clinics, university medical centers and as part of federally-funded research programs.
Feeling exhausted and sick of it! But then, when you go to lie down for bed, you feel more awake than you have all day with racing thoughts? Or you wake up in the middle of the night for no apparent reason. Insomnia can really take a heavy toll on our lives.
I love working together with people to improve sleep because the results are often transformational and simple changes make a huge difference. CBT-i, a proven program that is highly effective, is my main tool for getting results.
The last CBT-i Group I offered, every single person who completed, experienced a an improvement in sleep. It is rare to see those kind of results with other forms of therapy which is why I love CBT-i.
WE UNDERSTAND. MORE THAN YOU KNOW We get you. Dr. Karim himself has sleep apnea. Don’t let sleep apnea steal your health or deprive you and your partner from a good night’s sleep! Life is too short to stay stuck. You deserve better. You deserve the best. We care! We have specialized training in the care and treatment of sleep apnea.
I am a clinical psychologist who provides compassionate and effective evidence-based treatments for insomnia, trauma, anxiety, and mood difficulties. I specialize in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), including third wave cognitive behavioral approaches. I am passionate about helping people with insomnia improve the quality of their sleep. I provide cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I), an extremely effective, time-limited behavioral treatment that does not involve the use of medication. I am also a certified provider of cognitive processing therapy (CPT), a well -researched treatment for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. I strive to create a warm environment where clients build the skills and tools to become aware of, and move away from, unhelpful behaviors, habits, and thoughts. Please contact me to further discuss your treatment needs and goals. I look forward to hearing from you.
Daniel Kim, LCSW, specializes in behavioral sleep therapy and offers telehealth CBT-I services in California and Illinois. He utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), as well as related modalities such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Insomnia (ACT-I), Brief Behavioral Treatment of Insomnia (BBTI), and Mindfulness Based Therapy for Insomnia (MBTI), to create customized sleep treatment plans tailored to clients' needs and goals.
Daniel has been a CBT-I practitioner since 2015 and has extensive experience in behavioral sleep therapy, including conducting individual/group therapy, facilitating workshops, program development, research participation, and professional presentations. He has worked with clients across a wide range of occupations (business executives, pilots, tech workers, military, etc.) as well as sleep disorders (insomnia, circadian rhythm disorders, sleep apnea, hypersomnia, nightmares, etc.). Currently, Daniel works full-time as a behavioral sleep therapist at a hospital clinic in the San Diego region, and also maintains a side private practice providing telehealth CBT-I therapy.
To learn more about Daniel's telehealth CBT-I services, please visit his website: www.sleepgoodnight.com. Sliding fee scale available.
I am a clinical psychologist who works with clients on behavior change. I use CBT, DBT, and ACT to help clients understand what gets in the way of them making behavior change, and what skills they need to help them tolerate making and maintaining those changes. My specialities include substance abuse and compulsive behaviors, insomnia (utilizing CBT-I), and anxiety.
Dr. Debra Kissen is the Clinical Director of the Light On Anxiety Treatment Center. Dr. Kissen specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for anxiety and related disorders. Dr. Kissen is the author of the Panic Workbook for Teens and is an active contributor to the Huffington Post and shares information on empirically supported treatment for anxiety and related disorders. Dr. Kissen has completed advanced training in CBT for Insomnia.
Dr. Nancy Knechel obtained her PhD from Yale University. Her research has focused on the consequences of sleep disturbances, with a particular interest in falls, motor vehicle crashes, and injuries. Dr. Knechel has conducted research, published, and presented internationally on the topic of sleep. Previously, she had obtained her MSN from University of Pennsylvania and became a board-certified Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, which she still maintains today.
Hello. I am a licensed psychologist in New York. I have an independent private practice in Manhattan’s Upper East Side. I have trained at Penn and am excited to help patients who are struggling with insomnia.
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.
I currently work at the Salt Lake City VAMC. I have completed the evidence based rollout for CBT-I through the VA. I currently conduct group and individual CBT-I treatment. In addition, I aid individuals in acclimating to their CPAP mask and CPAP desensitization.
Since 1992 I have been the director of the Insomnia Treatment Program at the Adelaide Institute for Sleep Health, a multidisciplinary sleep disorders clinic and clinical research institute attached to Flinders University of South Australia and the Flinders Medical Center. The program includes a sleep recording of polysomnography in the patient's home, an education session, and several face-to-face or telehealth consultations including a 3-month follow up. We use non-drug therapies or what is generally referred to as cognitive/behavior therapy for insomnia (CBTi). We employ other evidenced based tools where appropriate such as bright light therapy and recommendations of low dose melatonin for the treatment of circadian rhythm disorders or insomnias with a likely circadian component.
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.