Please be advised: Brianna Brunner is the sleep therapist at the DBT Center of NJ. Brianna is on extended maternity leave and not currently a participating member of the DBT Center Team. She still utilizes DBT skills in her limited practice.
CBT-I Sleep Coaching – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia
6 Week CBT-I Individual Sleep Coaching Program
6 Week CBT-I Group Sleep Coaching Program
Who Would Benefit:
Individuals with problems falling asleep
Individuals who have a difficult time staying asleep
Individual who have poor sleep quality
Over 50% of adults report having difficulty sleeping, half of these individuals describe this as being chronic.
4 million Americans report problems with falling asleep and staying asleep multiple times per week.
Insomnia is one of the most frequent health complaints following pain and headaches.
There are three different types of Insomnia: problems falling asleep, problems staying asleep, and poor quality of sleep.
CBT-I is safer and works better than sleeping pills in the long-term. 20 studies showed CBT-I helped people fall asleep faster without sleeping pills and without any side effects.
75% of people derive significant clinical improvement after completing CBT-I.
The majority of individuals who use CBT-I become normal sleepers.
CBT-I is more effective than sleeping pills. Research shows that 85-90% of people reduce or eliminate sleeping pills.
CBT-I achieves results because it is based on the idea that Insomnia can only be treated effectively by addressing the underlying causes of Insomnia – thoughts and behaviors which are learned and can be unlearned.
Changing sleep thoughts and behaviors
Lifestyle habits to improve sleep