I am a psychotherapist specializing in anxiety, sleep disorders and trauma. I provide CBT-i and I am also trained in mindfulness meditation and EMDR. I have offices in Chevy Chase, MD and Washington DC.
I have a Ph.D. in counseling psychology and have been a licensed psychologist in MInnesota since 2002. I have been certified in Bahavioral Sleep Medicine since October 2014, and have been working at the Sleep Center since 2011. I provide CBT-I for clients dealing with Sleep initiation or maintenance issues.
Dr. Mitchell is a psychologist in private practice in Exton, PA, who specializes in treating insomnia, anxiety disorder, adjustment to illness and disability, and chronic pain. She is collaborative in her approach and begins with understanding the individual’s problems and setting goals for treatment. Her primary therapeutic approach involves formulating a holistic view of how an individual functions in multiple areas of his or her life, and she employs cognitive behavioral and mindfulness-based interventions towards meeting those goals. When the individual wishes, she collaborates with other care providers involved in treatment. She participates in the Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact (PsyPACT), which allows her to provide telehealth in New Jersey and Delaware.
I'm a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with a specialty in helping people recover from Chronic Insomnia using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia. I have been a licensed clinician for over 12 years and completed over 20 hours of training in CBTi.
I have offices in Oakland, CA and in Sonoma, CA but I also work online with patients via video.
Contact me for a free phone consultation. 510-595-4655 or firstname.lastname@example.org
As a family nurse practitioner I have been working in sleep medicine since 2005. I have attended many sleep focused CME courses including offerings from PESI, UPENN, SLEEP conferences, and AASM conferences. I see 2-5 insomnia patients per week and 25-40 sleep medicine patients per week including pediatric patients. I work in collaboration with sleep physicians who have various backgrounds including pulmonology, neurology, and psychiatry.
Dr. Nesha Morse is a licensed clinical psychologist who has a private practice in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Dr. Morse obtained her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology and has been licensed in New Mexico since 2001.
Dr. Nicole Moshfegh (She/Her) is a clinical and health service psychologist in Los Angeles, California. She is the Founder and Director of We Rise Psychology, Inc. and the author of, “The Book of Sleep: 75 Strategies to Relieve Insomnia.”
Dr. Moshfegh specializes in providing culturally responsive, evidence-based care to adults and teenagers struggling with insomnia, anxiety, burnout, as well as chronic fatigue and stress. She has extensive training and experience in evidence-based therapies, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT).
Dr. Moshfegh completed her clinical internship and postdoctoral fellowship at the UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior and received her doctoral and master's degrees in clinical psychology from Pepperdine University. Upon graduating, she became a clinical supervisor and instructor for the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at UCLA, where she conducted research, taught courses, and provided supervision for numerous doctoral trainees. Dr. Moshfegh next helped to establish the first physician/physician-trainee wellness center at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. She is additionally an Adjunct Professor at Pepperdine University where she has taught graduate level courses on sociocultural bases of behavior.
Throughout her career, Dr. Moshfegh has provided treatment and coaching to thousands of diverse individuals, including leaders from various Fortune 500 companies and top healthcare institutions. She has led research on burnout, physician well-being, sleep, and sociocultural determinants of health/wellness.
She continues to raise public awareness on mental health issues through media engagement, appearing on various news outlets, podcasts, and magazines, and is passionate about helping people sleep better, feel better, and thrive.
Dr. Mundt is a licensed clinical psychologist and an assistant professor at Northwestern University. She provides behavioral treatment for sleep disorders (e.g., insomnia, PAP adherence, nightmares) at the Northwestern Memorial Hospital Sleep Disorders Center. Dr. Mundt received her PhD from the University of Florida, where she specialized in the treatment and research of sleep disorders and chronic pain. She completed advanced training in behavioral sleep medicine during a postdoctoral fellowship at the Durham VA Medical Center.
I am a licensed psychologist at Mississippi State University in Starkville, MS. I supervise doctoral students in the clinical psychology program who commonly see clients for behavioral sleep medicine services. We specialize in insomnia and nightmare treatment, but will see clients for other behavioral sleep medicine services as well.
Dr. Kore Nissenson Glied, PhD. works with individuals and couples experiencing a wide range of psychological issues, such as anxiety, stress and depression. She has expert training in the treatment of psychological problems arising from trauma. She specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). These treatments focus on identifying problems and developing solutions for change. These interventions have been recognized as among the most effective means of treating a wide variety of psychological issues, including anxiety, depression, stress, and relationship issues. She has worked in hospitals and in her practice for over 15 in New York City. Dr. Nissenson Glied has also given lectures and conducted workshops with a focus on teaching skills related to managing anxiety and stress for companies wanting help with mental health issues.
Jean O Hanlon, BSc., HD. Psych is a psychologist who holds specialised training and expertise in the areas of sleep and insomnia disorders. Jean is a member of the Irish Sleep Society, has published academic research in the area of sleep and has traveled internationally to train with world-leading experts in sleep psychology and behavioural sleep medicine.
With a background in psychology, mindfulness training and health & wellness coaching, Jean is uniquely positioned to work with the variety of mental, emotional, spiritual and lifestyle factors that impact on sleep quality.
For more information, visit thesleepclinic.ie or email: email@example.com
**Please note, I am NOT CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS**
I have extensive training and experience in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), and am most passionate about my clinical work in the area of Behavioral Sleep Medicine. I enjoy helping individuals with insomnia, circadian rhythm disorders, CPAP adherence issues, and other sleep difficulties resolve these issues, in order to live a better and more health life. My clinical work has primarily focused on adults and older adults, but I have experience working with children and adolescents struggling with sleep problems as well. While I enjoy research and have been involved in a number of exciting research studies, my current activities primarily focus on clinical treatment of sleep disorders.
Dr. Antonia O'Planick is a Clinical Health Psychologist who uses a holistic approach to understand the connection between biological and psychological distress. She utilizes evidence-based interventions for patients 14 and older to address mood disorders as well psychological distress related to medical conditions including insomnia. Dr. O'Planick is trained to use CBT-I to optimize sleep hygiene, consolidate and maximize sleep schedules, and also to address thoughts/emotions/and behaviors that may precipitate or maintain sleep difficulties. More generally she uses an emotion-focused approach as well as CBT and acceptance-based treatments (ACT) to address psychological distress.
Hi, I’m Dr. Steve Orma, a California-licensed clinical psychologist and mental health expert specializing in the treatment of insomnia.
Not being able to sleep creates immense challenges in every area of your life. Having seen hundreds of people struggle with sleep problems—and overcoming insomnia myself—motivated me to in-depth study and research the most effective solution.
I've been successfully implementing CBTi for the past seven years with my clients .
If you'd like to learn more, I offer a free training on how to overcome insomnia you can access here https://webinar.drorma.com/s/Jygv6P
Dr. Emily M. Owens is a clinical psychologist. She completed her Bachelor's degree in Behavioral Neuroscience from the University of Kansas in 2012 and received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology in 2018 from the University of California, Los Angeles. Dr. Owens has trained in a variety of clinic settings using cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and mindfulness-based approaches to treat mood disorders, anxiety disorders, PTSD, and psychotic-spectrum disorders. Dr. Owens also completed specialized training at the West Los Angeles VA during her postdoctoral fellowship in CBT for insomnia, chronic pain management, and trauma. Dr. Owens then completed additional training in CBT for insomnia from the Penn CBT-I Training Program. Dr. Owens is accepting both adolescents (15 years and older) and adult individual clients.
I am a Clinical Psychologist with over 19 years of experience working with children, adolescents, and adults. In my private practice, Happy Minds Psychology, I provide therapy and assessment services in addition to operating Bright Minds Sleep Psychology where I offer corporate sleep programs. I have created an e-Learning program exclusively for shift workers which is accessible any time of day from any device. You can find out more about Sleep Training for Shift Workers on my website www.sleepforshiftwork.com I have worked in both private and public settings as a psychologist in the U.S. and in Canada. I am currently registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario.
I utilize cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), acceptance & commitment therapy (ACT) and mindfulness in my treatment with clients. I have been treating clients with CBT-I for chronic insomnia since 2008 with a lot of client success. My therapy sessions are often experiential and behavioural and involve creating goals, providing you with education and teaching you real skills that we practice right in session. Often you will leave with something to practice before your next session as well. Sessions are collaborative and our aim is always getting you closer to the life you want to be living!
I offer psychological assessment services for children, adolescents, and adults. Assessments are used to identify if your child is eligible for gifted programming or an educational plan for a learning disorder, attention deficit or an emotional need, such as anxiety. Teachers, therapists, and physicians often use the report findings in order to target interventions and create a plan to support the child at school and home.
Dr. Jessica Payne-Murphy, PhD is Director of the Insomnia and Behavioral Sleep Medicine Clinic in the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology in the UF College of Public Health and Health Professions. Before joining the faculty team, she completed her postdoctoral fellowship and internship in clinical health psychology at the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL. She received her doctorate in clinical health psychology at the University of Colorado Denver.
Although the emphasis of Dr. Payne-Murphy’s clinical work is primarily behavioral sleep medicine for adults and children, she addresses a broad spectrum of mental health and chronic illness concerns in her clinic. Chronic pain, fibromyalgia, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, and depression are several of these. She conducts and teaches evidence-based mental health and behavioral sleep medicine therapies and assessment to doctoral trainees. Her clinical work is conducted both at the UF Health Sleep Center and the UF Psychology Clinic.