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Data suggest approximately 1 in 3 adults worldwide have symptoms of insomnia. Difficulty sleeping can impact all aspects of life, from relationships to employment.

Insomnia can contribute to mood and anxiety disorders, increase the risk of physical health issues (e.g., heart attack), and impair our daily functioning.


Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) is an evidence-based treatment which addresses sleeping issues via cognitive restructuring, stimulus control, sleep restriction, relaxation training, and psychoeducation. 


CBT-I typically takes 6-8 sessions. Treatment will be specialized to your specific needs and requires that you record your standard sleep habits (via a sleep diary).


Recorded data will include the number of hours spent in bed, the number of hours asleep, and sleep disruptions (e.g., awakenings).


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