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Smart Health Psychology 
 Marni Amsellem, Ph.D. 

Insomnia can be debilitating and hard to effectively treat long-term. 

If you regularly ask yourself questions such as:

  • What will happen tonight when I try to fall asleep?  
  • How bad will tonight's sleep be?
  • Will I again have trouble falling asleep, be up in the middle of the night or wake too early?
  • How will I be able to function tomorrow? 

If going to bed essentially induce its own anxiety, you don't need to be suffering this way.

If insomnia has become part of your life and you would like to do something about it, you may be a candidate for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-i). CBT-i is considered to be the "gold standard" in treating insomnia by targeting patterns, behaviors, and thoughts. It is something that can be accomplished both in office visits and by implementing behavioral changes at home.Contact Marni Amsellem, Ph.D. to discuss whether this may be an option for you.