Dr. Blackburn specializes in the assessment and behavioral treatment of sleep disorders in both adults and children, including insomnia, circadian rhythm disorders, non-compliance and claustrophobic responses to CPAP, and nightmares.
Dr. Blair is a licensed clinical psychologist and is board certified in behavioral sleep medicine. Her clinical and research expertise are in behavioral medicine with specializations in sleep and sexual health. She has made numerous presentations, developed workshops, written chapters and published articles in the area of sleep and sexual medicine. Dr. Blair is a Stanford sleep consultant and is on the adjunct faculty at The Stanford Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine. Dr. Blair works wi ...
Dr. Daley works with sleep disorders across the age spectrum. Her experience includes working as the technical director of a sleep center during which she ran PAP adherence clinics in addition to her behavioral sleep program. She has been an invited speaker for local and national sleep and mental health organizations including the AASM, NC ASM, Georgia ASM and Carolinas Sleep Society. She is currently in private practice in Charlotte, NC.
I perform assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of patients with a wide-array of sleep disorders at Penn State Hershey Sleep Research & Treatment Center. Insomnia disorder and its cognitive-behavioral treatment (CBT-I) is the main clinical patient population I serve; followed by circadian rhythm sleep disorders, hypersomnia disorders and nightmare disorder, all of which can also be effectively treated with behavioral sleep medicine (BSM) principles and methods. I provide clinical services to adol ...
Dr Kimberly Kirkpatrick Justice is the Co-Director of the Children's Lung, Asthma, & Sleep Specialists' Behavioral Sleep Medicine program. The practice offers full pediatric pulmonary and sleep medicine services and is the only behavioral sleep medicine program in Central Florida. It is staffed by 2 board certified pediatric sleep physicians, a clinical psychologist and a Doctor Nurse Practitioner with certification in behavioral sleep medicine (CBSM). Dr. Justice attended the University of F ...
Dr. Lewis-Croswell developed the Insomnia Treatment Program at Tampa General Hospital in 2013. Dr. Lewis-Croswell is taking new patients and is a health psychologist treating patients with co-morbid chronic medical conditions, behavioral sleep disorders as well as depression and anxiety.
Please see our website, www.mcginnisbehavioral.com, which has lots of information on our practice. Dr. McGinnis offers evidence-based behavioral sleep treatment for children and adolescents, as well as treatment of maintaining factors such as bedtime refusal, noncompliance, fears and phobias, and anxiety.
Northern Colorado Sleep Consultants, LLC Treating Insomnia, Children's Sleep Problems Nightmares, and Sleep Problems in Shift Workers. Seeing patients in Fort Collins & nearby locations since 2002. Also anywhere in Colorado using Telemedicine (web video or telephone calls)
Dr. Melissa Pierce is a clinical psychologist practicing in beautiful Carlsbad, CA. Dr. Pierce provides counseling to older children, adolescents, and adults with anxiety, depression, mood changes, and sleep disorders.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-i) I offer evidence-based treatment for insomnia (i.e., sleep disorder; problems with falling asleep, waking up too early or too often, or difficulty staying asleep). Other areas that interfere with sleep are addressed, such as anxiety (social, panic symptoms), depression, trauma, pain management, obsessive-compulsive, gambling, and work/life and relationships difficulties.
Dr. Puncochar is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in TN who offers therapeutic services and psychological assessments to children and families. She also serves as a guest lecturer for Vanderbilt University's clinical psychology doctoral program. Her therapeutic work is particularly focused on behavioral treatment of sleep disorders in children, from infancy through adolescence. Dr. Puncochar uses evidence-based interventions that are rooted in cognitive-behavioral therapy models (e.g., CBT-I).
Russell Gilbert M.D. has been practicing Sleep Medicine since 1995. Since 2007, Dr. Gilbert has had a private practice in Scottsdale, Arizona focusing on insomnia and its psychological and behavioral causes. This focus has enabled him to become an expert in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I). Dr. Gilbert remains one of only 35 physicians in North America, and the only physician in Arizona, who has additional certification in Behavioral Sleep Medicine.
Dr. Tazeau is a Licensed Psychologist (psy15554), and a Palo Alto University graduate (Ph.D., M.S.). She received her clinical training in behavioral sleep medicine at the Stanford Sleep Disorders Clinic in the early 1990s. She provides Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBTi). Dr. Tazeau has been providing the Bay Area with clinical psychology services since 1998, and her office (www.DrTazeau.com) is located in Campbell, CA (Silicon Valley).