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Plymouth, Michigan therapist: Transformational Choices, therapist
Sleep Disorder

Transformational Choices

With a plethora of therapists on our team we have the ability to meet many needs including Sleep Disorders. We will be able to fit you with a therapist who will meet you wherever you are on your journey. We are here to serve you.  
In-Person in Plymouth, MI 48170
Online in Plymouth, Michigan
Southfield, Michigan therapist: Barbara J. Biggs, professional christian counselor
Sleep Disorder

Barbara J. Biggs

Professional Christian Counselor, M.A., LLPC
As a therapist specializing in sleep disorders, my primary goal is to help individuals achieve restful and restorative sleep patterns. I understand the profound impact that sleep has on overall well-being, and I am dedicated to assisting clients in overcoming the challenges associated with sleep disturbances. Through a personalized and evidence-based approach, I work closely with clients to identify the underlying causes of their sleep problems, whether they're related to insomnia, sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome, or other sleep disorders. Together, we develop tailored strategies and lifestyle adjustments to promote healthier sleep hygiene and improve the quality and duration of sleep. My mission is to empower clients to regain control over their sleep, enhance their physical and mental health, and ultimately lead more fulfilling lives.  
12 Years Experience
In-Person Near Plymouth, MI
Online in Plymouth, Michigan
Miami Beach, Florida therapist: Dr. Nicholas Scheidt, psychologist
Sleep Disorder

Dr. Nicholas Scheidt

Psychologist, Psy.D., AADP
Dr. Scheidt is an Advanced Certified Schema Therapist who works with many issues. Please contact our office for more information.  
17 Years Experience
Online in Plymouth, Michigan
Los Angeles, California therapist: Jayson L. Mystkowski, psychologist
Sleep Disorder

Jayson L. Mystkowski

Psychologist, Ph.D., ABPP
Courtesy of the Mayo Clinic: “Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for insomnia is a structured program that helps you identify and replace thoughts and behaviors that cause or worsen sleep problems with habits that promote sound sleep. Unlike sleeping pills, CBT-I helps you overcome the underlying causes of your sleep problems. To identify how to best treat your insomnia, your sleep therapist may have you keep a detailed sleep diary for one to two weeks. The cognitive part of CBT-I teaches you to recognize and change beliefs that affect your ability to sleep. This type of therapy can help you control or eliminate negative thoughts and worries that keep you awake. The behavioral part of CBT-I helps you develop good sleep habits and avoid behaviors that keep you from sleeping well.” Specific CBT-I techniques include the following: Sleep Control: Removing factors that condition the mind to resist sleep. Sleep Restriction: Reducing the time spent in bed to increase the mind-body willingness to sleep the following night. Once sleep has improved, the time in bed is gradually increased. Sleep Hygiene: Changing basic lifestyle habits that influence sleep, such as smoking or drinking too much caffeine late in the day, drinking too much alcohol, or not getting regular exercise. Relaxation Training: Calming the mind and body using meditation, imagery, and muscle relaxation.  
20 Years Experience
Online in Plymouth, Michigan
Centennial, Colorado therapist: Baumann Psychology, psychologist
Sleep Disorder

Baumann Psychology

Psychologist, PhD
I have a specific and extensive training in behavioral sleep medicine that utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia. We will explore behavioral components of sleep disturbances as well as other factors that may impact the initiation or maintenance of sleep through the night.  
1 Years Experience
Online in Plymouth, Michigan