Cognitive Behavioral Therapy & Insomnia
Presented by: Dr. Erin O’Brien
Wednesday, March 23 - 7:00pm EST
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Join us on Wednesday, March 23 at 7:00pm as we recognize Sleep Awareness Month with a workshop on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia. Sleep disturbance is common among those living with trauma, grief and medical conditions, and especially prevalent during these tumultuous times. Quality sleep is essential to wellness, and insomnia may lead to increased distress and exacerbate co-existing conditions, such as depression, anxiety, PTSD or alcohol dependence.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia is considered a first-line intervention by the National Institute of Health with recent research supporting its effectiveness. Dr. Erin O’Brien, a licensed psychologist and certified CBT-I practitioner, will lead a one-hour introductory workshop, which will provide an overview of CBT, help participants assess their level of sleep disturbance, and include a “take away” tool for use at home.
Dr. O'Brien has a specialty in Behavioral Sleep Medicine, and is one of only a handful of clinicians in the United States who has obtained Certification in Behavioral Sleep Medicine (CBSM).

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