Our Directory includes more than 588 CBT-I Providers Worldwide.

USA Nashville, TN 37206

ScienceWorks offers a measurement-based care approach to CBT & other science-backed treatments. Together, we'll use your own data to design your therapy, track changes, and make tailored adjustments to maximize your progress. Our comprehensive strategy promotes physical wellness, including partnering with your healthcare team to strengthen your whole self. Science. Works.

ScienceWorks' Chief Clinical Officer and licensed psychologist, Kiesa Kelly, Ph.D., earned her PhD in Psychology with a concentration in Neuropsychology in 2003 from Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in North Chicago, Illinois. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at the University of Florida (UF), and a 2-year NIMH post-doctoral fellowship at UF and Vanderbilt University. She was a professor at Tennessee State University for 16 years, the last 10 of which she served as the Chair of the Psychology Department.

USA 244 5th Avenue, Suite K264 New York, NY 10001
USA 244 5th Avenue, Suite K264 New York, NY 10001

Clinical psychologist with 30 years of experience and 12+ years of work with insomnia utilizing CBTI. Practice is telehealth only, with services offered in all 37 (and growing) PsyPact states. This is a private pay only practice, although we will provide a superbill to recoup some of the expenses with your insurance if you would like. 

USA 9615 Brighton Way, Suite 219, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

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.

USA California

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.

USA Los Angeles CA 90025; Cambridge MA 02139; Jersey City NJ 07302

I am a psychotherapist in private practice licensed in California, Massachusetts, and New Jersey. I can work with clients in any of these states via telehealth. I practice both long-term relational and experiential psychotherapy as well as time-limited Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I). My time-limited CBT-I work can be as short as 5 sessions or as long as 10 sessions, and on occasion, clients transition from CBT-I clients to long-term clients if there is a need and a fit.

I sought out training in CBT-I because a significant portion of my long-term clients reported chronic sleep difficulties, and I felt the need to become better equipped to assist clients with this foundational area of mental and physical health.

In addition to my CBT-I work, some of my areas of clinical focus include somatic therapy (using the Somatic Experiencing model), working with people in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields, and working with people of color and second generation individuals.



Dr. Jean Kim is a licensed clinical psychologist who values an individually tailored approach to providing scientifically-backed treatments. She specializes in providing therapy for insomnia (i.e., Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia or CBT-I) and other common concerns. She also has expertise in the use of technology, including telehealth and mobile apps, to increase access to care. 

USA 276 5th Ave, New York, NY 10001

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. 

USA 1300 West Belmont Chicago, IL

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. 

USA 625 E. Pine Street, Central Point, OR 97502

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.

USA Boca Raton, Florida, 33427

Hello. I am a licensed psychologist in New York and North Carolina, and I am a licensed telehealth provider in the state of Florida.. I have an independent private practice in Manhattan’s Upper East Side and . I have trained at Penn and am excited to help patients who are struggling with insomnia.

USA Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 27514

Hello. I am a licensed psychologist in New York and North Carolina, and I am a licensed telehealth provider in the state of Florida.. I have an independent private practice in Manhattan’s Upper East Side and . I have trained at Penn and am excited to help patients who are struggling with insomnia.

USA 30 East 76th Street, 6th floor

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.

USA 125 W Lincoln Ave Ste 10
USA 256 No. Pleasant St. Suite 6, Amherst, MA 01002

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.

USA 2401 Pennsylvania Ave, Suite 1C43 Philadelphia, PA 19130

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.

USA 985450 Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha NE 68198

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. 

USA 19782 MacArthur Blvd, Suite 215, Irvine CA 92612
USA 500 Foothill Dr, Salt Lake City, UT 84148

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. 

Australia 5 Laffer Drive, Bedford Park, SA, 5042

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.

Australia Carlton North

Dr. Elizabeth Landau (PhD, MCouns) is a licensed Psychologist and Research Fellow at the Turner Institute for Brain & Mental Health at Monash University.  She has training in and experience delivering CBT-I interventions across a broad range of populations in both clinical and research settings.  Her sleep background includes:

  • PhD research at the University of Melbourne focused on evaluating outcomes of a randomized controlled trial of a CBT-I intervention for adolescents
  • Post doctorate research at the Florey Institute for Neuroscience & Mental Health investigating links between sleep and ischemic stroke/Alzheimer's Dementia
  • Research fellow & delivery of CBT-I intervention for perinatal populations with the Monash University Turner Institute for Brain & Mental Health
  • Founder & Director of Mahina Consulting, an organization which brings CBT-I workshops to corporations looking to enhance employee sleep & wellbeing
  • Academic publications in the field of sleep and presentation of research findings at national and international sleep conferences
  • Member of the Society for Behavioural Sleep Medicine
  • Delivery of CBT-I interventions for clients in the private practice sector

Get in touch with Elizabeth at dr.elizabeth.landau@gmail.com, or for corporate sleep consulting at mahinaconsulting@gmail.com 

USA 512 Hamilton Avenue, Palo Alto 94301

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.

USA 925 Seneca St, Seattle, WA 98101

For more information please visit https://www.virginiamason.org/matthias-k-lee-md

USA chalfont, pa 18914

I have been providing CBTI for over 10 years, having completed my training and certification within the VA Medical System.  I teach and consult on CBTI, BBTI, nightmare disorders, and related issues through the Center for Deployment Psychology/USUHS.  I'm pleased to offer these treatments in my clinical practice, and am also available for professional consultation.

USA Neurology Clinic Sleep Center, 8000 Centerview Parkway, Suite 115
USA 1300 Menlo Ave, Menlo Park CA 94025
USA 12651 W Sunrise Blvd Suite 101. Sunrise, Florida 33323

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. Lewis-Croswell has provided CBT-I since 2011. She was trained initially through the Veterans Affairs.  She loved the topic of sleep and sleep disorders and continued post graduate trainings for several years and developed a CBT-I treatment program at the local hospital but moved into Private Practice in 2019.  Dr. Lewis-Croswell is also trained to treat other issues that often accompany sleep issues and uses CBT, ACT, EMDR and Psychodynamic treatments to address the patient's entire concerns.

Hong Kong Suite 1205, Ocean Centre, 5 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

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.