Dr. Garland received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Calgary and worked with individuals with cancer and their families in the Department of Psychosocial Services at the Tom Baker Cancer Centre. She then completed a 3 year post-doctoral fellowship in Behavioral Sleep Medicine and Integrative Oncology at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.
I'm a licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor with a specialty in helping people recover from Chronic Insomnia using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia. I have completed over 20 hours of training in CBTi.
For the last few years, I have practiced as a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate with a specialization in Family and Child therapy helping individuals with behavioral, emotional, and cognitive issues. After working with adolescents and their families on depression, anxiety and ADHD symptoms, I have discovered that all these conditions negatively affect sleep patterns. As a result, I have become passionate about helping individuals sleep better using evidenced-based methods.
I am the clinical director for Integrated Sleep and Wellness; a health psychology practice focusing on improving health related behaviors along with emotional well-being.
Registered clinical psychologist and psychotherapist since 1983, sleep disorders in children and adolescents, specialized in youth with a psychiatric diagnosis. French and English.
PhD from Mississippi State University
Professional internship and fellowship with Spectrum Health
Licensed in clinical psychology in state of Michigan
I am a licensed clinical psychologist practicing in Grand Rapids, MI. I work as a behavioral sleep medicine provider within a sleep clinic and specialize in CBT for insomnia. I also see patients with chief concerns of nightmares, PAP therapy intolerance, and/or Circadian rhythm abnormalities.
Dr. Grandner is a licensed clinical psychologist and an elected fellow of both the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the American Heart Association. He is author on over 100 academic journal articles related to sleep, is a recognized expert in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), and is a frequently-sought expert on sleep and health. The UA Behavioral Sleep Medicine Clinic is dedicated to the identification, treatment, and prevention of sleep disorders and their consequences by using non-medication approaches. See more at http://www.michaelgrandner.com and http://www.sleephealthresearch.com.
I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who takes a collaborative and caring approach, treating people with insomnia, anxiety, depression, grief, relationship issues, and other challenges. Licensed in MA and NY, I work entirely online for the time being. I have an MS in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Massachusetts, a JD from George Mason University, and a BA from Barnard College. In addition to CBT-I, I am trained in psychodynamic psychotherapies that emphasize the healing and transformational capacity of the therapeutic relationship. Whether one is facing sleepless nights or a wide range of other issues, I work closely with my clients to help them maximize joy and authenticity.
Dr. Greene is an expert in the treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), insomnia, OCD, anxiety, trichotillomania, panic attacks, hypochondria, and the applications of mindfulness and meditation in the treatment of anxiety. He specializes in helping survivors of rape, assault, and accidents who develop posttraumatic anxiety. He has training in the use of exposure and response prevention, cognitive processing therapy, prolonged exposure therapy and cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I).
I am a licensed psychologist in the state of Maine. I have been a student of psychology, the mind, and human behavior for over 30 years.
Areas of Specialization
· Health Psychology including treatment of chronic pain and complex illnesses
· Promotion of health behavior change (diet, exercise, lifestyle) and treatment of insomnia
· “Helping the helpers,” including medical providers, therapists, and teachers
· Treating specific concerns like anxiety, depression, trauma, and substance use
· Effective psychological approaches including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), a particular form of CBT known as ACT (acceptance and commitment therapy), and mindfulness-based therapies.
· I co-directed the Living Life Well Pain Rehabilitation Program at the Pain Center at Northern Light Mercy Hospital for over seven years.
· I provided integrated behavioral health care to patients living with chronic illness while working in an endocrinology and diabetes clinic.
· I am a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Tufts University School of Medicine with a primary role as Behavioral Health Faculty Lead for the MMC Family Medicine Residency Program. In this role, I guide the learning of the next generation of physicians, developing the behavioral health curriculum and providing specific training on topics related to mind-body health.
· Before moving to Maine, I worked for the Department of Veterans Affairs Healthcare System in Boston, providing addictions treatment to veterans and their partners and families. I hold a Master Addiction Counselor (MAC) certification through NAADAC and I remain a regular presenter in the MMC Addiction Medicine Fellowship lecture series.
· I gained experience with CBT during my graduate and postgraduate training and as a staff psychologist in the VA Boston system. I trained psychology interns and psychiatry residents to use CBT and other evidence-based approaches during my time as a Clinical Instructor of Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School.
· Over the past twenty years, I have trained with many of the preeminent ACT trainers and spent countless hours in my own self-study. In turn, I have trained hundreds of other practitioners in this approach, mostly in Maine and New England but also at regional and international ACT conferences. Locally, I am a founding member of the nonprofit Southern Maine ACT (SMACT) Community and remain active in providing training and supervision on ACT.
I'm a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in Fredericksburg, VA.
- Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) and
- Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy to help people struggling to use their CPAP.
I'm currently accepting new clients with sleep and anxiety difficulties.
My goal is to help you thrive, living the life you want using
- Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and
- Positive Psychology
I'm able to work with people in my office in Fredericksburg, Virginia
or work with me from your own home using Telehealth.
I am a licensed psychologist who received his doctorate from the Ohio State University in 1998. I formerly served as a national consultant to support the training of Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) behavioral health providers in cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I). I am experienced in the treatment of a wide range of behavioral health issues, particularly anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and substance use. I founded Psychological Sleep Services in 2012 to help others in central Ohio benefit from CBT-I. I also wanted to increase the amount of quality research-based treatment available for individuals with anxiety, depression, PTSD and substance use. I am a member of the Society of Behavioral Sleep Medicine and the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist practicing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for a range of disorders, with training in CBT-I. My offices are in Brooklyn and midtown New York. Please see my website http://www.nharari.com/ for a full description of my practice and services.
I am a clinical psychologist specializing in health psychology, including the treatment of insomnia. In particular, I am experienced in working with people who are struggling with sleep due to chronic pain issues. I also have experience in working with individuals who want to reduce their reliance on sleep medications as well as individuals who are dealing with insomnia for no obvious reason. I take a collaborative but active approach to change sleeping habits and behaviors in order to get the desired outcome.
For over the past decade, I have been the director of the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program at Montefiore Medical Center's Sleep-Wake Disorders Center. I am the first-line treatment there for all insomnia and circadian rhythm disorder patients (utilizing CBT-I, light therapy, melatonin, chronotherapy), and also see patients with nightmares, PAP noncompliance, child sleep issues, narcolepsy and other parasomnias. I frequently work with patients who desire to taper off of their sleep aids due to various reasons.
Dr. Hasler specializes in brief behavioral treatment for insomnia and circadian rhythm sleep-wake disorders, incorporating chronotherapeutic (e.g., melatonin and bright light therapy) and adjunctive cognitive-behavioral approaches as necessary.
Daniel Buysse, MD also practices in this clinic, specializing in brief behavioral treatments and integrating behavioral and medication approaches.
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and certified in treating insomnia and sleep disorders through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I). I also specializes in personal health and well-being, life transitions, stress management, anxiety, and adjustment issues.
Ms. Heekin specializes in evidenced-based practice for a range of issues, including insomnia, depression, bipolar disorder, trauma, generalized anxiety, perinatal and postpartum depression/anxiety, and panic disorder. She has received expert training in the following treatment models: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Prolonged Exposure, Interpersonal and Social Rhythm Therapy, and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy. Ms. Heekin integrates both Behavioral Activation and Mindfulness components into her therapeutic approach with clients.
Dr. Hekler is a Staff Psychologist at the VA San Diego Health Care System, offering brief psychotherapy services, including CBT for Insomnia, through the VA Chula Vista Primary Care Clinic. She also offers treatment for those with Circadian Rhythm Sleep Wake Disorders and assists with CPAP Adherence. Dr. Hekler is a VA National Consultant for training other VA mental health providers to provide CBT-I to veterans.
Dr. Hekler completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship at Stanford University at the Stanford Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine in 2010. She was certified in Behavioral Sleep Medicine by the American Board of Sleep Medicine in 2013.
I work mostly with individuals who have problems either falling asleep or staying asleep or have restless sleep. Following a detailed assessment I offer CBT and or Hypnosis methods to deal with the underlying causes of their problem so they can not only feel better but get better. Bad habits, anxiety, worry,depression and pain conditions can also be addressed within this context.
I am a licensed clinical social worker. I specialize in the evidenced based techniques of CBT-I and EMDR. I like both approaches because they are different than just talk therapy and offer real results and changes. I did my CBT-i training through a 10 hour course. I have been in love with CBT-I since the training. I always feel happy when my clients are smiling because they are actually sleeping! I look forward to speaking with you.