Do You Have A Client Struggling With Insomnia? 

There are many challenges to working with patients suffering from insomnia. Some do not readily comply with suggestions or are already on so many drugs that additional sleep meds should be avoided. Whether you are a physician with limited patient contact time or a psychologist focusing on a patient’s other struggles, I may be able to help with your patient’s insomnia treatment while you focus on your area of expertise. I appreciate your referral and with the patient’s permission, will give you updates on their condition, as needed.

CBT-I: The most effective treatment for insomnia available

Are you interested in learning more about how CBT-I treats insomnia without the use of sleep medications? The following is a slide set that provides information about CBT-I. I may be available to give a brief presentation to your clinical team if requested to do so in advance.

Learn about Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) below:

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[Copyright 2014 by Dr. Nancy J. Lin]