Most people experience some nights when their thoughts take over and sleep becomes a challenge. When this persists to become a regular, chronic, problem, then it may be time to seek out some support.
The benefit is, sleep is something that can be pretty easily fixed. Normal patterns can be created and the evidence for this is pretty extensive.
One of the best methods is a cognitive and behavioural approach, aptly named CBT-I. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia.
As someone truly passionate about my work as a psychologist, and about self-development, I have recently trained in CBT-I and have seen the real benefits that people can achieve. If your sleep patterns are disrupted, it could result in poor performance at work; poor memory retention; challenges beating depression or physical health concerns.
By visiting a psychologist for CBT-I you will be engaging in an educational growth process that is delivered over just one month. One full session (50 minutes), followed by three follow-up sessions (20 minutes). This is all that is needed to make significant changes. There would be some work to do between sessions to maximise the benefits of the programme.
If you are interested in beating insomnia then give me a call on 07781 105432; email me on firstname.lastname@example.org; or use the contact forms on this website.
I'm a doctor of psychology, born in Guernsey, educated at a tertiary level in Bristol, Bath, and London. Having worked and trained with some of the leading Health Psychologists in the UK, and having a passion about how Health Psychology can truly benefit many people, I now want to spread the word, as well as offer consultations to people wanting to make changes in their lives.