I'm a licensed psychologist in telehealth private practice in Washington state. I have over 15 years of psychotherapy experience, including 10 years as an independently licensed psychologist. During my previous employment at VA Puget Sound- Seattle Division, I completed multiple CBT-I continuing education courses and training consultations with CBT-I expert clinicians.
I offer individual CBT-I for Washington state adults. I love providing this effective treatment because the clients I treat with CBT-I often quickly improve! I also offer Imagery Rehearsal Therapy (IRT) for Nightmares, C-PAP desensitization therapy, and behavioral therapy for sleep procrastination.
Clients I work with have reported they sleep better, have more energy, feel less stressed and anxious, and can engage in their lives more fully. I am LGBTQ+ affirming, I work with many transgender clients, and I practice cultural humility – a lifelong commitment to understanding my own and my clients' cultural identities.
- Practicing CBT-I for insomnia over 10 years
- Experience leading CBT-I in groups and with individuals
- Specialist in CBT for anxiety and depression
- TEXAS, CALIFORNIA, OKLAHOMA
I am a semi-retired primary care pediatrician who now provides behavioral sleep medicine services. For several years I served as the pediatric coordinator for Sleep Medicine Services of Western MA. During this time my interest in sleep medicine developed, especially with respect to non-medication approaches to insomnia. I went on to receive additional training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia, Brief Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia and treatment of circadian rhythm disorders.
I enjoy working with patients of all ages. My current behavioral sleep practice spans families with newborns to older seniors. Also trained as a health and wellness coach, I use a coaching style of communication.
My practice is entirely remote using a HIPAA compliant web platform. As I am licensed only in MA, I am only able to provide care to those residing in MA.
I am a member of the Society for Behavioral Sleep Medicine, The Academy of Sleep Medicine, and the Academy of Pediatrics.
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.
Therapy Lab, founded by Dr. Chandler Chang, offers individual therapy that's based on a plan, and one of our most popular plans is CBT-Insomnia. With your input, we'll make a plan that's based on your goals, your timeline, and your budget. Our science-based plans are designed to support you in overcoming distress (anxiety, relationship problems, work stress, insomnia) so you walk away with emotional health and insight and better sleep. At your first session, your exceptionally qualified therapist will get to know you and pick or design a plan that’s customized to your situation.
Vermont Health Psychology, PLC is a telemedicine psychotherapy practice specializing in health psychology. Dr. Cheney utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Chronic Pain (CBT-CP) as well as numerous other evidence-based strategies to help you overcome your health-related distress, such as circadian rhythm disorders, nightmares, CPAP adherence, nicotine addiction, chronic illness, terminal illness, diabetes, obesity, poor diet, and more.
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.
Dr. Crew is a clinical health psychologist with the Behavioral Health Program at the Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center (MEDVAMC), providing comprehensive Behavioral Sleep Medicine services as an integrated psychologist within the Sleep Disorders Center. These services include individual and group-based therapies for a range of sleep disorders such as insomnia, nightmare disorder, circadian rhythm disorders (e.g., delayed sleep phase, shift work), obstructive sleep apnea with suboptimal adherence to device therapy (e.g., CPAP), and other disorders of hypersomnolence (e.g., narcolepsy). He is also an Assistant Professor within the Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Baylor College of Medicine. In addition to his clinical responsibilities, Dr. Crew's research interests include investigating correlates and consequences of insomnia in chronic medical populations, and investigation of barriers and facilitators of adherence to CPAP therapy to inform novel interventions to optimize treatment outcomes.
Sara Crocker is a general psychologist and Clinical Psychology registrar based in Brisbane with a special interest in sleep disorders. Sara has clinical experience in managing a variety of sleep disorder presentations including insomnia, hypersomnolence conditions, circadian rhythm sleep-wake disorders, and OSA treatment adherence. Sara provides services exclusively via telehealth from Brisbane, Australia
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.
Brian Curtis, Ph.D., D.B.S.M. is a clinical psychologist and founder of Honest Sleep, LLC, a telehealth-based clinical practice specializing in the assessment and treatment of chronic insomnia and nightmare disorder.
Brian is board certified in Behavioral Sleep Medicine. He has over 12 years of research experience in the field of sleep medicine and is a member of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and Society of Behavioral Sleep Medicine.
Dr. Curtis received a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and M.S. in neuroscience from the University of Utah.
Dr. Curtis’s work includes targeting comorbid sleep disruption for individuals diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, various anxiety disorders, and major depression.
As sleep disruption is transdiagnostic across most mental health concerns, Dr. Curtis is particularly interested in helping fellow health providers increase their competence in the assessment and treatment of sleep-related difficulties with their clients.
I have a masters degree (MS) in clinical psychology with an emphasis on health psychology from North Dakota State University. I worked at the Mayo Clinic for 13 years in their Behavioral Medicine/Health Psychology section of the Dept of Psychiatry and Psychology. While at Mayo, Peter Hauri, PhD was my supervisor and I was therefore informally trained in CBT-I over the many years we worked together before his retirement. I have also attended CBT-I lectures over the past 20 years. I specialize in working with adults who have chronic medical conditions (pain, diabetes, seizures, stroke, gastrointestinal disorders, etc), anxiety disorders, stress and sleep (primarily insomnia) and use CBT and Motivational Interviewing approaches to treatment. I have been in private practice since 2011. I am currently 100% telehealth. I am located in OR but am licensed and able to treat patient in both WA and OR.
Hello, my name is Mariam Daneshgar and I am a Registered Clinical Social Worker (Health and Mental Health specialization) and Psychotherapist with over 13 years of experience. I founded my private practice, Harmonia Counselling & Psychotherapy, to exclusively focuses on supporting individuals struggling with Insomnia, Anxiety disorders, and Stress.
I provide assessments and treatments virtually to adults in Ontario and Nova Scotia.
When addressing insomnia, my practice is to gain a deep understanding of your sleep profile and why you are sleeping poorly through a comprehensive assessment. My primary approach to treating insomnia involves Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I). You will be provided with practical tools to readjust and reset your sleep and to effectively manage general or sleep-related anxieties to prevent them from taking over. The overall goal of the treatment will be to resolve sleeping difficulties and to restore restful sleep. As insomnia is multifaceted and may co-occur with other conditions, depending on your needs and goals, I can integrate CBT-I with other treatments or offer it as a stand-alone treatment.
Please visit www.harmoniacounselling.com for more information and to book a free consultation. I look forward to meeting you!
Meg Danforth, Ph.D., CBSM, DBSM offers expert, evidence-based insomnia care through her private practice, Triangle CBT-I, PLLC. Dr. Danforth is a Licensed Psychologist in the state of North Carolina and offers Telehealth CBT-I to patients residing across NC as well in other PSYPACT-participating states. PSYPACT is an interstate compact that allows psychologists licensed in one PSYPACT state to practice teletherapy across state lines. Dr. Danforth holds an active Authority to Practice Interjurisdictional Telepsychology (APIT) granted from the PSYPACT Commission.
Dr. Dardeen is a licensed clinical psychologist, currently residing in Indiana. Dr. Dardeen has been certified in CBT-I since 2012. She participated in CBT-I training and was certified through the VA Healthcare System in the early years of her career. Since that time, Dr. Dardeen has partnered with the sleep disorders clinic at Intermountain Medical Center (2015-2017) to provide care to a variety of patients with various sleep disorders. She now has her own private practice, Suncrest Psychological Services LLC, and a large portion of her practice is devoted to treating sleep disorders. Dr. Dardeen's practice specializes in treating first responders and she provides many EBT's (evidence based treatments) such as CBT-I, CPT (Cognitive Processing Therapy) and EMDR (Eye movement Desensitization and Reprocessing). CBT-I is a great fit for law enforcement, EMS, and firefighters who often work irregular hours leading to sleep disruption. First responders tend to react well to the structure of CBT-I and the quick and stable results it brings.
Certified in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) through the Department of Veterans Affairs. Co-developed and co-lead an intensive 4-session "Improving Your Sleep" telehealth group at the Department of Veterans Affairs for individuals referred by primary care for sleep difficulties. My private practice is exclusively telehealth for individual psychotherapy, evenings and weekends. Licensed as a clinical psychologist in Tennessee since 1994. Through PSYPACT I hold an Authority to Practice Interjurisdictional Telepsychology (APIT). This means I am permitted to provide services via telehealth to clients residing in the following 39 locations: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming, District of Columbia, and Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.