Therapy for Insomnia

Sleep problems are incredibly common in both adults and children. Insomnia can occur on its own, or be associated with a medical or mental health condition. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) is an effective way of addressing the thoughts and behaviors that keep you from getting a good night’s sleep and can help your body re-learn how to sleep. 

CBT-I is generally very brief, perhaps as few as two sessions, although we may need to meet for more sessions in order to address anxious thoughts or negative emotions that often accompany poor sleep.