Therapy for Insomnia at the Center for Women's Health

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If you're experiencing insomnia, we can help. We offer a four-week program that improves sleep habits and clears up misconceptions about sleep. Clinical psychologist Teni Davoudian, Ph.D., supports you through weekly group cognitive behavioral therapy and provides sleep-improving exercises to try at home.

What is cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia?

Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBTI) is a psychological treatment that addresses the underlying causes of insomnia. CBTI has been found to be safe, effective and the preferred method of treating insomnia. 

Who can participate?

Patients ages 18-65, who are not experiencing bipolar or seizure disorders, and are not in their third trimester of pregnancy or less than three months postpartum, are welcome.

Meet our clinical psychologist