REPRESENTING 512 CBT-I CLINICIANS WORLDWIDE

CBT-I International Directory

Representing CBT-I Clinicians and Providers from around the world.

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BSM Specialties: OSA / Positional Therapy

Dr. Loomis received her PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Maine in 1996. She completed her internship at the Zablocki VA Medical Center in Milwaukee and practiced at Lutheran Social Services and Rogers Memorial Hospital in Wisconsin. She became interested in treating sleep disorders in 2006, and in 2007, she received a mini-fellowship sponsored by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, which involved training at the New York Presbyterian Hospital in New York City. She received her Certification in Behavioral Sleep Medicine in 2010, and her Diplomate in Behavioral Sleep Medicine in 2019. Dr. Loomis served on the board of the Wisconsin Psychological Association from 2004-2013, and was president of the organization from 2010-2011.

Location Category United States

I focus my work at the intersection of sleep and mental health. If sleep isn’t restful, usually our mood, thinking, and day-to-day activities are affected. And vice versa–if we’re stressed or not feeling good, we may not be sleeping well. I can help you make changes to your sleep that will improve your mental health, and I can support you in managing your mental health so you can sleep better. No meds required--I only use cognitive and behavioral strategies that work. - Specialities: Insomnia Nightmares Early-bird/Night-owl problems Negative loops between bad sleep and mental health problems PTSD-related sleep problems Details: - Individual therapy - Adults ages 18 and up - Telehealth in Arizona, PSYPACT available when appropriate To learn more and schedule a free 15-mi ...
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Location Category United States

I am a behavioral sleep medicine health psychologist and Associate Division Chief of Behavioral Sleep Medicine at the Stanford Sleep Medicine Center in the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences.

Location Category United States

I am a behavioral sleep medicine psychologist and Clinical Assistant Professor at the Stanford Sleep Medicine Center in the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences.

Location Category United States

I am an Assistant Professor at the Yale School of Medicine and a Fellow of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. I'm also the author of Become Your Child's Sleep Coach: The Bedtime Doctor's 5-Step Guide, Ages 3-10. I've been treating people with insomnia with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) for more than twenty years. CBT-I is a rapid and very effective treatment for insomnia and the results are lasting. I also specialize in helping parents teach their preK and elementary-aged children to be great, independent sleepers.

Location Category United States

Location Category Israel
Meg Danforth

Dr. Meg Danforth grew up in Raleigh, graduated from Cardinal Gibbons High School, and attended Appalachian State University as a Chancellor’s Scholar. She completed a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Purdue University in 2004, then returned to the Triangle to complete her clinical training at the Durham VA Medical Center. In 2006, Dr. Danforth joined the faculty of Duke University School of Medicine, where she worked for 15 years as a clinician-educator. As the director of the Duke Behavioral Sleep Medicine Clinic, she provided advanced clinical care to adults with sleep disorders and comorbid conditions, such depression, anxiety, trauma, and chronic pain. She especially enjoys working with seniors, and more than half of her practice has been with adults ages 65+. Since 2007, she has ...
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Location Category United States

Dr. Swift is a clinical psychologist trained in lifespan sleep related concerns from sleep learning/education protocols of infancy and early childhood through older adulthood. She has expertise in cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia with a variety of individuals with comorbid medical and behavioral health diagnoses. She helps individuals with PAP adherence/acclimation to treatments for sleep apnea. Dr. Swift also works with folx who have circadian rhythm disorders, nightmares, parasomnias, RLS/PLMS, and central disorders of hypersomnia using evidence-based behavioral management techniques. She works in a collaborative, multidisciplinary sleep center and aims to take a humanistic approach with patients, inviting their expertise. Dr. Swift works in a training program as well, teaching ...
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Location Category United States

I'm a physical therapist that specializes in sleep. I'm trained in CBT-I (Cognitive Behavioral therapy for Insomnia) to address sleep deficits, and can incorporate pain management techniques which often co-exists with poor sleep. I treat clients virtually, in DC and VA.

Location Category United States

Location Category United States

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