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Get Online Help for Chronic Insomnia & Sleep Disorders

It's Time To Sleep.

Learn about effective insomnia treatment today!

Why did you stop sleeping?

Sometimes it starts from a stressor...

  • Financial Problems

  • Health Concerns

  • Job Loss, Grief

  • Overwhelming Responsibilities

  • Medical Problems

You may not even be able to identify why you stopped sleeping. You may be early into your insomnia struggle, or perhaps you have been trying to solve this puzzle for years. Sleep therapy may not be an option you have considered. Let's see if Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) is a good choice for you.

awake in bed


  1. You start thinking about sleep way before it's time to go to bed. Sometimes the anxiety about insomnia goes on all day

  2. You can't fall asleep at bedtime, even if you were so tired earlier that you fell asleep on the couch or in your favorite chair.

  3. You keep waking up all through the night...then the worry starts and it is impossible to fall back into a deep sleep.

  4. You are wide awake too early in the morning feeling the pressure to fall back asleep before your alarm goes off.

  5. You have been to a sleep specialist and there are no diagnosed medical issues causing the sleep disruption.

  6. You have been taking medication to sleep and you want to get off the medication or your doctor will no longer prescribe it.

  7. You have been to therapy, or some other type of treatment, and it did not resolve your insomnia!

  8. Your mental health and physical wellbeing can no longer endure night after night being consumed by insomnia.

How will therapy help insomnia?

At some point when the struggle with sleep started, you probably adapted your behavior in an effort to get more sleep. Many efforts to help sleep actually make the insomnia worse. These include to "trying to catch up on sleep" or "make up for lost sleep", spending more time in bed, or sleeping anytime/anywhere you can in an attempt to just feel better! Thoughts and feelings about sleep and being in your bed also change as insomnia continues. Sleep becomes a very stressful and difficult experience, rather than a relaxing and naturally occurring event.

We will work together utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), a clinically recommended treatment program focused on changing your thoughts, feelings, and behavior related to sleep. Essentially, it means re-teaching your body how to sleep on its own so that you can build sleep confidence. When these techniques are used, as many as 70%-80% of patients with primary insomnia experience improvements*. Benefits include less time to fall asleep, more time spent asleep, and waking up less during sleep.  


about my therapy practice


Personalized Service:  I see a limited number of clients so that I can provide personalized, attentive care to everyone in my practice. I am very responsive to questions and concerns that may come up between our appointments.

Accessible:  I keep openings in my schedule each week to have availability for new patients. When you are ready to start treatment for insomnia, I don't want you to have to wait! Video sessions allow more flexibility and convenient scheduling for both new and current clients.

Results-Driven:  My goal is for you to start seeing results as soon as possible. Beginning with the first session, we will discuss tools to utilize for improved wellbeing.

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