I am a Mandarin English bilingual psychologists who are licensed in California. I received sleep training in Stanford Sleep Medicine Center, and now provide CBTi (CBT for insomnia) group in both Mandarin and English. I also provide CBTi online in addition to office visits.
Our practice serves Central PA.
Dr. Yamasaki is an expert at treating anxiety disorders, and is happy to now effectively treat insomnia and nightmares. For those presenting with sleep problems, she conducts a full initial evaluation of sleep and medical history, and then provides CBT-I as a course of treatment separate from the treatment of anxiety. She often recommends that the sleep be treated first, as this helps with stability and improvement overall. Bright light is available for loan for cases in which there is indication of a strong night owl tendency.
Previous CBT-I and behavioral sleep medicine training includes seminars with Colleen Carney, Ph.D. and Michael Perlis, Ph.D. (beginner and advanced seminars), as well as several months of shadowing Julio Mendoza, Ph.D. at Penn State Health Sleep Research and Treatment Center in Hershey, PA.
Dr. Yamasaki owns a group practice, Ayama Psychotherapy LLC, which provides high-quality psychological services in Central PA. She is also happy to have Elana Szczesny, Ph.D., who specializes in CBT-I, as a recent addition to the practice.
For over 12 years, I have practiced as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist helping individuals with behavioral, emotional, and cognitive issues. Within the last 5 years, I have become passionate about helping individuals sleep better using evidenced-based methods. I am a member of the Society of Behavioral Sleep Medicine (SBSM) and completed advanced training and consultation through the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. I am in private practice in Cupertino, CA and provide counseling on-site at Google. I am born and raised in the Silicon Valley and am glad to give back to my community.
I treat insomnia in the context of my general practice with adults. I also specialize in treating depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia.
Dr. Young is a psychologist specializing in the treatment of mood, anxiety, and sleep disorders. He is certified in behavioral sleep medicine by the American Board of Sleep Medicine and devotes much of his practice to the treatment of insomnia. He is Clinical Assistant Professor (vol) of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Science at UCLA and teaches a 6 week course in sleep disorders in the medical school.
I'm Veronica Rico Zampetti, a clinical psychologist specializing in sleep disorders. I developed training in the cognitive behavioral approach during the course of study, which is part of the psychological treatment of choice for patients with psychophysiological insomnia. I currently work in the team of Dr. Diego García Borreguero of the Sleep Research Institute of Madrid, Spain. However, the headquarters where I am currently developing my professional work is in Santiago de Chile, Chile
Dr. Laurie Zandberg is an Assistant Professor at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine who specializes in the treatment of anxiety, eating disorders, and insomnia. In addition to offering individual CBT-I through her clinical practice, Dr. Zandberg provides CBT-I supervision for pre- and post-doctoral students learning the treatment in collaboration with Dr. Michael Perlis.
Dr. Zelk is a Family Nurse Practitioner and Doctor of Nursing Practice who holds both a CBSM and DBSM certification. He has undergone Sleep Medicine training at the Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine and Polysomnography. He has completed a residency in Sleep Disorders Medicine at the VA Hospital/OHSU in Portland, Oregon. He has also completed a mini-fellowship in Dental Sleep Medicine and mandibular advancement device fabrication and case management. He has aspirations to improve access to myofunctional treatment for children to allow for improved airway development and prevention of sleep disordered breathing. He believes behavioral sleep medicine is the cornerstone to functional medicine and improved QOL.
Dr. Eric Zhou is on faculty at Harvard Medical School and an Attending Psychologist at Boston Children's Hospital and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, MA. His research has focused on how we can better understand and treat sleep disorders in pediatric and adult populations. This research has been funded by the National Institutes of Health, Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, and multiple foundations. He sees both pediatric and adult patients for sleep disorders at locations in Boston and Waltham, MA.