Our evidence-based approach is designed to help you combat your symptoms of insomnia in a short, structured, and effective way. During treatment, we will work with you to examine your thoughts and feelings about sleep, as well as your behaviors, to determine if they are contributing to your difficulty sleeping.
We know that every patient is unique, which is why we tailor our treatment plan to your personal needs. Depending on your situation, treatment can range from 2 to 8 sessions. Our goal is to help you achieve restful, refreshing sleep and improve your overall quality of life.
Don’t let insomnia continue to impact your daily routine. Schedule online or call us at (877) 381-4115 for more information to set up your appointment and learn more about how our clinic can help you get the restful sleep you deserve.
Q. What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I)?
A. CBT-I is a type of therapy that aims to change the thoughts and behaviors that contribute to insomnia. It typically involves several sessions with a licensed trained therapist, who will work with the individual to develop a sleep plan and teach them strategies for managing sleep-related anxiety and other issues.
Q. How effective is CBT-I?
A. CBT-I is considered to be an effective treatment for insomnia, with many studies showing that it can significantly improve sleep quality and duration in people with chronic insomnia. It may be particularly helpful for people who have not responded well to other treatments.
Q. What does CBT-I involve?
A. CBT-I involves sleep hygiene education, relaxation techniques, cognitive therapy, and behavioral therapy. The specific components may vary depending on the individual’s needs and the therapist’s approach.
Q. How long does CBT-I take to work?
A. The timeline for CBT-I can vary depending on the individual’s situation and the severity of their insomnia. Some people may start to see improvements within a few weeks, while others may require several months of therapy.
Q. Is CBT-I covered by insurance?
A. Yes, CBT-I is covered by most medicare and PPO insurances at our office.