Insomnia

Insomnia, defined as persistent problems falling and/or staying asleep, can be caused by many things, including mental health and medical conditions, stressful life events, bad sleep habits, specific substances, or even certain genetic factors. Whatever the cause, an inability to get the sleep you need can be incredibly hard to deal with. Insomnia can make you feel exhausted all day and it can also cause irritability, anxiety and problems with concentration or memory. The good news is that behavioral therapy for insomnia has been proven as an effective treatment for chronic sleep problems and is often recommended as the first line of defense. If you are having trouble with insomnia, reach out to one of TherapyDen’s qualified insomnia experts today.

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Has your bed become the enemy? Is it hard to fall asleep because of all the thoughts racing through your head when you lie down? CBT-I therapy for insomnia is a highly effective and short-term treatment (5-8 sessions on average) for insomnia. It can help you sleep again even if you've struggled with insomnia for 50 years. I love this therapy because it's so quick and effective that my people can't believe their results. I can also help you put an end to nightmares in 2-3 sessions.

— Alicia Polk, Licensed Professional Counselor in Belton, MO
 

I provide Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) for clients who are struggling with sleep difficulties. I also provide Imagery Rehearsal Training (IRT), which is a 1-3 session intervention to assist people who experience frequent, repetitive nightmares. I received training in both of these approaches through the Minneapolis VA.

— Jen Aakre, Clinical Psychologist in Minneapolis, MN

Psychotherapy with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy-Insomnia is the gold standard for treating insomnia. I add to it clinical hypnosis and neurofeedback to help you fall asleep quickly and stay asleep.

— Tenley Fukui, Counselor in Houston, TX

I specialize in CBTi which is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia. Typically this program is about 5-6 sessions where we work on changing our thoughts and behaviors around sleep to improve it.

— Amber Simpson, Licensed Clinical Social Worker
 

I am trained in an evidence based treatment called CBT-I. This protocol is based in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and is shown to be very effective in treating insomnia.

— Judy Nemmers, Clinical Social Worker in , IA

I noticed that so many of my anxious and perfectionistic clients struggle with sleep, so I got myself a certification in CBT-I (cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia). CBT-I is a medication-free, behavioral approach to improving sleep problems.

— Summer A Myers, Art Therapist
 

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) is a heavily researched, short-term treatment that is just as effective as sleep medications in the short run and, in the long run, MORE effective - clients continue to experience benefit long after treatment concludes. Treatment addresses the thoughts and the behaviors that interfere with sleep, teaching clients the skills they need to get better quality sleep and get more of it. CBT-I clients work closely with a therapist to develop and refine a plan designed to specifically address their unique sleep problems Education about the biological and psychological processes that regulate sleep is an essential part of the treatment. I have worked with clients who suffered from insomnia for twenty years or more and are now sleeping six or more hours every night.

— Katherine Chiba, Clinical Social Worker in Portland, OR

Certified in CBT-I, as verified at https://www.cbtforinsomnia.com/clinicians-recently-trained-by-dr-jacobs/.

— Cory Gouldman, Counselor in Hewitt, TX
 

Living with insomnia is not only distressing but has real, serious implications for your health and wellbeing. Chronically sleep-deprived people have a higher risk of developing diabetes and heart disease. A lot of counselors focus on sleep hygiene as the “cure” for insomnia, but the truth is that sleep hygiene isn’t enough. Together, we will go beyond sleep hygiene to help you sleep well again.

— Tonya Molnar, Counselor

I have advanced training and expertise in cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBTI) and the treatment of nightmares. In fact, my full time job is teaching these approaches to other clinicians and offering consultation. This type of treatment is so rewarding to offer because clients typically see results quickly. And once their sleep improves, so do other areas of life.

— Carin Lefkowitz, Psychologist
 

Sleep is the most important thing we do. Many factors could be throwing off your sleep, when then also throws off our ability to regulate emotions. Schedule an appointment if you have been experiencing insomnia.

— Sarah Aldridge, Clinical Psychologist in Phoenix, AZ

Our practice specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), which is a non-medication based approach to helping people with Insomnia, and anxiety around sleep.

— Martin Hsia, Psychologist in Glendale, CA
 

My goal is to help you sleep and feel better soon. Treatment for insomnia can help improve your mood, your quality of life, and your sense of well-being. I use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), the "gold standard" treatment for insomnia. Many of my clients begin to see significant improvements in their sleep quality within three to four sessions. Learn to sleep better from the comfort of your home anywhere in Florida!

— Dr. Kristin Edwards, Psychologist in Tampa, FL

Are you having trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, getting up too early, or all of the above? Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia can help. I’ve been using this therapeutic approach for over a decade and know that it can provide long lasting benefits without the side effects of medications. Sleep is so important! Send me a message and let me know what type of improvements you’d like to see in your sleep.

— Lisa Belvy, Clinical Psychologist in Orinda, CA
 

Sleep disturbance can happen in early sleep hours, middle sleep, or late sleep/early morning awakening. If you are struggling with this issue, or have a loved one that is suffering from the results of poor sleep, then you understand the impact that sleep disorders can have on your life. Whether this will be your first appointment with a professional to resolve insomnia or you are reaching out after many unsuccessful attempts with other types of treatment, I encourage you to contact me.

— Anissa Bell, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in San Diego, CA