Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBTi) in Greenwich, CT
What is cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia?
Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia, also known as CBTi or CBT, is a treatment approach that involves a variety of treatment strategies designed to help patients initiate and maintain sleep without the use of medications. This treatment may also involve seeing a behavioral sleep psychologist. At Sleep and Neuroscience Associates in Greenwich, CT, our sleep and insomnia specialists provide extensive cognitive behavioral therapy services for insomnia treatment.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia Treatment Process
The method of CBTi practiced by insomnia specialist, includes a comprehensive evaluation of a patient’s sleep habits, attitudes, and his or her knowledge concerning
sleep. Specific treatment strategies used with CBTi may include:
- Sleep scheduling recommendations
- Patient sleep education
- Mindfulness training
- Sleep hygiene education
- Stimulus control therapy
- Relaxation training
- Cognitive therapy
- Sleep consolidation therapy
- System regulations
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with Medical Management for Insomnia
Insomnia specialist tailors his treatments to meet the specific needs of each patient. In some cases, a combination of cognitive behavioral therapy and medical management may be needed to achieve the best treatment outcomes.
Can Cognitive Behavior Therapy Help with Sleep Apnea?
In some cases, cognitive behavioral therapy may also be employed for patients suffering from sleep apnea who have been prescribed a CPAP mask, but who are having trouble with CPAP compliance. CBT can help improve compliance with the device, thus maximizing its effectiveness.
Schedule a Consultation for Insomnia Treatment
If you are suffering from insomnia and are interested in learning more about cognitive behavioral therapy (CBTi) or want to learn if you are a candidate for this insomnia treatment, the first step is to schedule an appointment with a doctor who specializes in sleep medicine. Call (203)-245-0412 today, or schedule an appointment using this form.