Dr. Kristine Brady completed her undergraduate degree in psychology at UC Irvine, and her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at Virginia Tech. She completed her internship at the Medical University of South Carolina with rotations at the VA PTSD clinic, the National Crime Victims and Research Center, the VA Substance Abuse Center, and the Low Country Children's Center. She completed her post-doctoral training at the Family Center in San Diego. She went on to teach undergraduate and graduate courses at Rider University, Alliant International University, the University of San Diego, and California State University - San Marcos.
Dr. Brady has been offering clinical services in the North County San Diego area since 2003. She works with children, adolescents, and adults from a cognitive-behavioral perspective. Treatment modalities may include: behavior modification, parent training, cognitive therapy, cognitive processing therapy, exposure therapy, collaborative problem solving, family problem solving, and/or parent child interaction therapy.
I am a Research Health Scientist and Core Investigator at VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System (VAPHS) in the Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion (CHERP) and the Mental Illness Research, Education and Clinical Center. I am also a Staff Psychologist at VAPHS in the Primary Care-Mental Health Integration Clinic, where my clinical work focuses on treatment of behavioral sleep disorders, in particular chronic insomnia. My program of research, funded by VA Health Services Research and Development (HSR&D), is focused on improving access to insomnia care through implementation science methods. I am also interested in training mental health providers in behavioral sleep medicine, in particularly in the Primary Care setting.
I am only able to treat Veterans at this time.
I am an experienced psychologist providing psychotherapy and consultation in Berkeley, California. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is my treatment orientation. My office is close to Albany, El Cerrito, Oakland and Kensington. I work with clients to reduce distress and move towards their goals. These are some of the difficulties I commonly treat:
Anxiety, including social anxiety, panic, obsessive compulsive disorder, generalized anxiety, phobias, Stress, Insomnia, Depression, Self esteem issues, Relationship issues and Transitions.
If you want to address any of these issues, are interested in cognitive behavioral therapy, or want to find out more about my psychological services, please read on or feel free to call me at 510-524-0456.
Bayside Sleep Health provides:
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I),
- Sleep program for new parents;
- Sleep health for women;
- Sleep presentations to business & community groups; and
- General psychology services.
As a Human Services Psychologist with specialties in Clinical Psychology & Behavioral Medicine, I have advanced training and experience providing a variety of evidence-based, cognitive-behavioral therapies with a person-centered approach for a range of diagnoses including insomnia, anxiety and related disorders, depression, PTSD and other stressor-or trauma-related disorders, and substance use disorders. My private practice is located in Melbourne, Florida, and I am a licensed psychologist in Florida (PY 10655) and Illinois (071.009511). I offer CBT-I as an evidence-based psychotherapy service within my private practice via both face-to-face and video telehealth sessions.
I am a member of the International Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT), American Psychological Association (APA), Association for Psychological Science (APS), Association for Contextual Behavioral Sciences (ACBS), and the National Register of Health Service Psychologists.
Leah Brock, LMSW, is the owner and sole practitioner at Great Lakes Teletherapy, LLC. Leah is a two-time graduate of the University of Michigan where she received her BA and later her MSW. Since graduating with her MSW, Leah has gained 15 years experience in the field of adult and older adult mental health and well- being. She has specialized in chronic illness, anxiety, depression, stress management, sleep difficulties, aging, dementia, caregiver burden, trauma and grief and loss. Leah's strong background in CBT alongside her passion for helping adults feel and function their best allowed CBT-I to become the perfect fit for Leah's skills and interests. Leah opened her private practice, Great Lakes Teletherapy, in 2020 which is a private practice focusing on use of CBT-I to improve lives. Leah has been certified in CBT-I since 2020 and has found great enjoyment and success helping her clients get past their insomnia. returning to a time when sleep was something to look forward to.
Leah is ready and eager to help those needing help with their sleep! She is offering 100% virtual therapy from the comfort of her client's own homes throughout the state of Michigan.
Dr. Broderick is a triple board certified physician in neurology, sleep medicine, and behavioral sleep medicine. She combines her knowledge in both allopathic sleep medicine and behavioral sleep medicine for expert diagnostic skills. She is passionate about optimizing treatment of sleep disorders without medications, but uses evidenced based treatments when they are appropriate and needed. She trained at Stanford Sleep Disorders Clinic and received her Behavioral Sleep Medicine mentoring by Dr. Rachel Manber. For the past 13 years she has gain experience in a wide range of settings from an academic appointment at Case Western Reserve University to private practice in Anchorage, AK. Dr. Broderick offers telehealth services including actigraphy and home sleep testing throughout Washington State, California, and Alaska.
Dr. Pamela Brody has been practicing CBT for insomnia for over 25 years and has vast experience in treating mood and anxiety disorders. Her practice, CBT Denver, is located in central Denver. Please visit www.cbtdenver.com for more information.
I am a Licensed Psychologist who specializes in behavioral therapies for sleep, mood and anxiety disorders. I co-authored the workbook "End the Insomnia Struggle," which blends traditional cognitive behavior therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) with concepts and strategies from acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). In addition to treating people with a variety of sleep disorders, I also love training clinicians. I offer full day workshops as well as individual consultation/training to professionals seeking to learn this highly effective treatment.
Ariel Campbell, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in evidence-based treatment for anxiety and mood disorders. She provides individual psychotherapy for children, adolescents utilizing short-term Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) as well as mindfulness- and acceptance-based approaches. Additional areas of focus include OCD, PTSD, eating disorders, sleep disorders, and relationship issues.
Dr. Bob Campbell is a psychologist in Park Ridge, Illinois. He provides a number of cognitive-behavioral interventions, including CBT-I.
Dr. Canning is a licensed clinical psychologist with clinical and research interests in the areas of behavioral medicine. He works with patients wanting treatment for sleep problems, sexual health concerns and chronic pain. Dr. Canning is particularly interested in the intersection of stress, sleep disturbance, chronic pain, disease management and mental health. Dr. Canning has facilitated workshops and presentations on empirical methods for reducing the impact of stress, optimizing health and maximizing human potential. He has specific expertise with mindfulness-based interventions and evidence-based treatments.
I completed both the Introductory CBT-I training ( 3 full days) and the Advanced CBT-I training ( full 3 days) at Penn with Drs. Perlis, Posner, and Ellis. I provide CBT-I in individual and group format.
I have completed the BASIC 6 hour introductory training in CBT-I.
I also minored in health psychology in my doctoral training. Have over a decade in experience with yoga, meditation, mindfulness.
I have been using Alpha Stim in my work with insomnia patients for over five years.
I have been using EEG assisted meditation training in the practice for over two years
I have an in-house psychiatrist I can consult with as needed.
As a cognitive-behavioral therapist, I specialize in using CBTi to treat insomnia. I have also provided CBTi for clinical trials through the UCLA Cousins Center for Psychoneuroimmunology. I frequently work with patients who have complex medical and sleep problems as well as associated anxiety, depression and other psychiatric disorders. I received pre-doctoral training in Health Psychology through the VA Medical Center in Phoenix, AZ and completed post-doctoral work at UCLA School of Dentistry's Orofacial Pain and Dental Sleep Medicine program.
I am a licensed clinical psychologist with a specialization in Health Psychology. My clinical work is grounded in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I have received training in CBT for Insomnia and have provided this treatment for adults in a variety of settings. In addition to CBT-I, I also provide treatment for a range of concerns that can affect sleep, including depression, anxiety, adjustment to illness, chronic pain, weight management, and tobacco cessation.
I am a psychologist and provide cognitive behavioral therapy for a range of disorders including sleep disorders including insomnia and nightmares. I am licensed in CA, DE, ME, NH, and NY. I provide therapy by telehealth in states where I am licensed and in FL. I am a Diplomate of the American Board of Professional Psychology, and a Diplomate and Founding Fellow of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy.
I am certified in cognitive-behavioral therapy by the Academy of Cognitive & Behavioral Therapies. I am training and experienced in providing CBT-I for persons struggling with insomnia. I have expertise in CBT for anxiety disorders, depression, as well as LGBT concerns.
Dr. Conroy is a clinical psychologist who treats sleep disorders in adults. Her focus is in chronic insomnia and has been working with individuals with insomnia for approximately 15 years.
Dr. Lisa Cottrell, CBSM, DBSM, is board certified in behavioral sleep medicine by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Society for Behavioral Sleep Medicine. She provides sleep disorder treatment, including CBT-I, for adults, adolescents and children. She completed post-doctoral training in an American Academy of Sleep Medicine Mini-Fellowship at the Stanford University Sleep Medicine Clinic.
Hello! I am a Canadian living in Tulsa, Oklahoma. I completed my undergraduate degree at the University of British Columbia, my Masters and PhD in clinical psychology at The University of Oregon, and my clinical internship in child psychiatry at SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY. I taught at Syracuse University for two years, prior to moving to Tulsa in 2009. I am on the faculty at The University of Tulsa, and have a small, part time private practice.
I am a licensed clinical psychologist and I specialize in trauma and resilience, with special emphasis on athletes, sleep, and nightmares. I have been doing CBT-I for about 8 years and work with children as young as 5 as well as with adults. When working with children ages 5-14, it is expected that a primary caregiver will participate in treatment with the child/adolescent.
Something unique about my work, is that I have a treatment for nightmares in children. The treatment is Cognitive behavioral therapy for nightmares specifically, although I do treat insomnia and other behavioral sleep problems. I have done research in the area of sleep since about 2010, and my research has been cited by the International Olympic Committee. You can learn more about my research on my TU website.