CBT-I International Directory

Presenting CBT-I Clinicians and Providers from around the world.
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CBT - I Experience: 5 -10 Years

I am a board-certified family medicine physician who delivers Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBTI). After completing medical school at Mount Sinai in New York City, I relocated to Philadelphia for my residency in Family Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. Since 2005, I have worked in private practice as well as large health systems and my clinical practice has been in full-spectrum, community-based care, treating patients ages 0-99+. In addition to my expertise in primary care, I have completed training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia and have completed a Mini-Fellowship for Behavioral Sleep Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. So, why my interest in sleep? After four years of medical school and three years of residency, it was only afte ...
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Location Category Telemedicine

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Location Category United States

I am a psychotherapist focusing on the treatment of adults with sleep problems as well as ADHD, anxiety, depression, trauma, stressors, and other mental health concerns that commonly coincide with sleep symptoms. I offer cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) independently as well as in conjunction with other therapies to meet individual client needs. Services are currently via telehealth to clients who reside in New Jersey, Connecticut, and Vermont. I found my way to treating sleep issues when I had the opportunity to take a long-term clinical training in CBT-Insomnia. Like many of the therapies I utilize, once I began treating clients it became a joy to witness how significantly their circumstances improved as the result of this short-term therapy. I prioritize taking ...
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Location Category United States
Annie Miller

Annie Miller, LCSW-C, LICSW, is a licensed psychotherapist in private practice in the Washington, DC area. She is the owner and founder of DC Metro Therapy. Annie specializes in treating sleep disorders, chronic pain, and trauma. She employs a variety of evidence-based techniques, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-i), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) for trauma, Pain Reprocessing Therapy (PRT), and Emotional Awareness and Expression Therapy (EAET) for chronic pain. Annie received her BA from the University of Pennsylvania and her MSW from the University of Chicago. She holds licensure as a clinical social worker in Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Virginia.
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Location Category United States

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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

Dan is the founder and clinical director of The Better Sleep Clinic, New Zealand's most highly rated behavioral sleep medicine clinic. Dan is a licensed psychologist (15+ years) qualified and trained in CBT, CBTi, EMDR, Mindfulness-based Attention Training, ACT and other treatment approaches. He is a military veteran and has previously served as the performance psychologist to NZ's SAS elite special operations unit, Olympic sports teams, and professional rugby teams. Dan has been interviewed and featured in a range of local and international media including: Psychology Today, PsychCentral, Healthline, Forbes, Huffington Post, Myfitnesspal, EatThis. Dan specialises in treating insomnia, and is also experienced in treating other sleep disorders and co-occurring mental health conditions. ...
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Location Category New Zealand

My practice is limited to the behavioral treatment of sleep disorders including: insomnia, sleep phase disorders, nightmare disorders, and difficulties adapting to CPAP usage. I work with children (and their parents), adolescents, and adults. I have a special interest in working with patients whose sleep is compromised by chronic pain or chronic illness. i have worked with many patients who experience insomnia secondary to Long Covid. While my primary treatment approach is CBT-I, I also integrate elements of ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) and mindfulness based interventions into my patients' treatment plans, as indicated. I also treat hypersomnia and narcolepsy ( typically in coordination with a sleep physician) utilizing CBT-H.
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Location Category United States

Gerontologist with an extensive background and education in exercise therapy and nutrition
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Location Category United States

Specialising with adults with Insomnia, background in clinical sleep medicine
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Location Category United Kingdom

Dr Gavriloff is a clinical psychologist and sleep medicine specialist, and sees both adults and children clinically. He lectures in sleep medicine and is a Research Clinical Psychologist at the Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute (SCNi), University of Oxford. He also leads the Oxford Two-Day Masterclass in CBT for Insomnia. His research interests are principally in the development and refinement of psychobehavioural treatments for circadian rhythm sleep-wake disorders and in the advancement of sleep medicine education within wider clinical training pathways. As well as his work at the SCNi, he runs an NHS non-respiratory sleep disorders service at the John Radcliffe Hospital (Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust), and works part-time as a consultant in sleep medicine ...
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Location Category United Kingdom

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Location Category New Zealand

I’m a psychotherapist in private practice licensed in NY and NJ. I offer over a decade of experience, specializing in treating anxiety and insomnia. My own struggle with insomnia led me to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), and I was my own first CBT-I patient. It worked so well that I became a CBT-I practitioner. My patients also appreciate how well CBT-I works, and how quickly. In nearly all the patients I’ve treated for insomnia, there is a strong tendency for perfectionism. I found that enhancing core CBT-I with additional modules on mindfulness, relaxation and emotional regulation skills effectively addresses this issue. Sleep is so fundamental to our well-being, and it can get off-balance easily. One of my greatest professional joys is when my patients report t ...
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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.
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Location Category United States

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