Kyle Davis, PhD is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in clinical health psychology and behavioral sleep medicine. He has specialized training in mood and sleep disorders, chronic pain, weight management, and in primary care mental health integration.
Dr. Davis earned his bachelor's degree in psychology from Oklahoma State University, a PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Colorado, Boulder, completed a pre-doctoral internship at the University of California, San Diego, and a post-doctoral fellowship in primary care mental health integration at the Center of Excellence in Primary Care Education at the Boise VA Medical Center.
Dr. Davis's clinical practice has focused on the treatment of insomnia with CBT-I for the past 6 years. Dr. Davis has worked in the VA healthcare system as well as St. Luke's regional health care system. Dr. Davis launched a virtual private practice, Confluence Health Psychology, in 2021 to help Idahoans address problems with insomnia and related disorders.
I am a clinical psychologist who specializes in Behavioral Sleep Medicine. I know how overwhelming sleep problems can be and the huge effects they can have on daytime life. Let me tell you though: there is hope. It has been my continued privilege to help people improve their sleep, rebuild their confidence, and retake their lives from sleep problems. It would be my privilege have the opportunity to help you as well.
I’m a PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience and a licensed Psychologist and Psychotherapist in Italy. During my PhD I had the opportunity to work in Salzburg, in the Lab for Sleep, Consciousness and cognition research and deepen my knowledge on electrophysiology, circadianity and sleep, sleep problems and consequences of bad sleep across the whole life span. I'm a lincensed Psychotherapist and I'm I’m also a trained psychologist for CBT-I (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia) in Italy and at the University of Friburg. I deliver CBT-I in individual as well as in group sessions and light therapy intervention.
Da anni mi occupo di sonno sia dal punto di vista della ricerca che clinico. Ho svolto un dottorato di ricerca in Neuroscienze Cognitive presso lo Sleep, Consciousness and Cognition Lab di Salisburgo occupandomi di sonno, circadianità e emozioni in diversi contesti (sonno/insonnia, neonati, disturbi della coscienza). Successivamente ho conseguito la specializzazione in Psicoterapeuta e mi sono poi formata all'utilizzo della terapia cognitivo comportamentale per l'insonnia CBT-I sia in Italia che presso l'università di Friburgo. Svolgo valutazioni dell'Insonnia, ed effettuando percorsi di CBT-I sia individuale che di gruppo se necessario con integrazione di luce terapia.
I am a licensed psychologist who has been in private practice for over 15 years. I work with individuals and couples dealing with a variety of psychological and health concerns. For the past 7 years I have been using CBT-I in my practice and have found it to be an incredibly effective technique for treating insomnia.
I am a teacher in various specialization schools for psychotherapists and I have done several training courses for psychologists where I teach CBT-I.
I am a psychologist working in Cincinnati and specialized in evidence-based treatment for trauma, mood, anxiety, and sleep disorders. I have been using CBT-I with clients for nearly 10 years and continue to love using this treatment given its consistent effectiveness. I acquired my training in CBT-I through Boston University and the Department of Veterans Affairs and have considerable experience treating insomnia in the context of co-occurring trauma, mood, and anxiety issues.
Dr. Dietch primarily specializes in individual treatment of insomnia, nightmares, circadian rhythms disorders (particularly shift work disorder), and CPAP adherence. She has a small private practice, currently accepting private pay patients via telehealth in the state of Oregon. She is also available for BSM consultation.
I am currently a clinical psychologist with the Center for Deployment Psychology, which is headquartered at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Science within the Department of Medical and Clinical Psychology. In this capacity, I develop and facilitate trainings on and provide consultation for a variety of behavioral treatments for sleep disorders, including on CBT-I, BBTI, and Circadian Rhythm Sleep-Wake Disorders. I previously served on active duty in the US Air Force, working in both specialty clinical health psychology and sleep medicine clinics, as well as embedded within the base primary care clinic. Many of my patients were also dealing with nightmares and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, as well as chronic pain conditions. As a result, I have experience in both civilian and military settings. I hold both a CBSM from the American Board of Sleep Medicine and am a diplomate of the Board of Behavioral Sleep Medicine.
I have been working within the NHS for over twenty-five years, I initially treated insomnia in children using CBTi in 2005, having trained in CBT with Professor Paul Salkovskis, Professor David M Clark, Alison Harvey and Professor Chris Fairburn in the years preceding this.
My main areas of work throughout my Clinical Health Psychology career, has been working with patients who are going through or have been through surgery. I work closely with ENT, MaxFacs and Orthognathic surgeons. I have considerable experience of working with patients who have been through trauma, and treating PTSD.
I am a CBT-I clinician working primarily with first responders living with insomnia, but I am willing to work with non-first responders, as well. I am a career firefighter/paramedic who also coordinates the wellness and mental health programming for a large fire department in the United States. I also own a yoga business, and I operate my CBT-I program out of that business, along with yoga, meditation, and breath work classes.
Dr. Michelle Drerup is director of the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program at Cleveland Clinic's Sleep Disorders Center. Dr. Drerup has been in practice since 2007 and certified in Behavioral Sleep Medicine by AASM (2008).
I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Diplomate AASM, with 20 years of experience in field of Sleep, including treatment and research.
I am CBT-I trained and am proficient in assessing the basics of CBT-I, administering CBT-I with comorbid disorders and co-ocurring sleep disorders, while providing advanced case formulation. I work to create an individualized plan for each client; I realize that each person's experience is uniquely different and I want to ensure that we are addressing the whole picture, which often not only includes insomnia, but also trauma, anxiety, depression, and/or chronic pain.
Matthew R. Ebben, PhD obtained his Ph.D. in Psychology at the City University of New York in 2004. While at the City University, Dr. Ebben completed an internship in sleep medicine at the New York Methodist Hospital. He subsequently came to Weill Medical College of Cornell University to complete a post-doctoral fellowship in sleep medicine in the Department of Neurology and Neuroscience. He is now an Associate Professor in the Department of Neurology and is a licensed Psychologist, Diplomate of the American Board of Sleep Medicine, and holds a certification in Behavioral Sleep Medicine. Research interests include insomnia, sleep apnea, and medical device development.
I am a licensed clinical social worker with 15 years of experience providing evidence-based treatment for mood-related disorders including anxiety and depression. I have also had specialized training and experience in treating insomnia through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia. In my practice, in addition to a focus on changing behaviors that interfere with sleep, I pay special attention to identifying and targeting the problematic emotions and worry thoughts that play such a large role in the perpetuation of insomnia. When called for, I teach skills to help clients tolerate the distress that often accompanies poor sleep and the challenges that behavior change can create. Furthermore, mindfulness strategies play a central role in my treatment approach.
In addition to the description of my experience and approach as noted above, I have been intensively trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy. In addition to CBT-I, I provide comprehensive DBT, including leading skills groups for adults and families.
I earned my Ph.D. in clinical psychology from The Catholic University of America. I have over 15 years of experience clinically treating persons living with a wide range of mental health conditions including anxiety, depression, insomnia, posttraumatic stress disorder, psychosis spectrum disorders, personality disorders, substance use issues, chronic pain, and suicidal thinking/behavior. I enjoy working with diverse client populations including LGBTQ+, Veterans, college students, older adults. I received comprehensive training and consultation in CBT-I during my tenure at the VA San Diego Healthcare System and am a certified CBT-I provider. In addition to individually treating adults with chronic insomnia, I also co-created a CBT-I-informed group therapy protocol called Sleep Well. Live Well for persons living with psychosis.
Born and raised in Munich, Germany, I have attended University of Munich (LMU) and obtained my degree in psychology. I completed my master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Saint Mary's University Minnesota in Minneapolis, MN, in 2019 and have worked at Nystrom & Associates providing Outpatient Psychotherapy services since then.
Nicole is a licensed clinical psychologist working at at the VA Hudson Valley Healthcare System and in part-time private practice (Balanced Perspectives Psychology, PLLC). She received her Psy.D. in clinical psychology at the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology and completed her internship at the VA-Hudson Valley Healthcare System where she received specialized training in CBT-I (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia). Nicole also provides outpatient evidence-based therapies to emerging adults and adults for anxiety and panic disorders, OCD, PTSD, and coping with life changes and stress.
I am a Diplomate in Behavioral Sleep Medicine and have been providing sleep psychology services for the past ten years. I see patients across the age spectrum including young children, teens, adults and seniors. I treat patients with a wide variety of sleep concerns including insomnia, circadian rhythm disorders, nightmares, and behavioral insomnia in children. My current practice is all telehealth.
Hi my name is Donna Fairley
I am an RN with 40 years experience working in mental health and general nursing.
I have 15 years of working in research, clinical, and behavioural Sleep Medice. I have a post graduate qualification in CBT and extensive training in CBT-I.
I specialise in insomnia but I am profficient to identify any co-morbid sleep disorder and refer accordingly.
I run a clinic in Morningside Edinburgh but happy to offer CBT-I face to face, zoom, email and a telephone service
Clinical Psychologist with specialist expertise and training in CBT-I.
Currently working in private practice at the NZ Respiratory & Sleep Institute (Auckland, NZ), providing CBT-I and best practice psychological treatment for a range of sleep-related disorders. Extensive work history in Clinical Psychology in both child/family and adult populations in public and private healthcare settings in the USA, UK and New Zealand.
My background lies in Psychology, sleep sciences CSSC, paediatric sleep consulting, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia.
I have been a family sleep clinician since 2017 where I've helped hundreds of families regain their power over their sleep. With years of practice and education, I continue to provide one-of-a-kind, educational, life-changing support for my clients.