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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) has emerged as the standard first-line treatment for insomnia. Patients are becoming increasingly complex as referrals for CBT-I become more widespread, and they often present with more than one comorbid psychological and/or medical condition. The busy clinician desires a reference book that they can consult to guide treatment based on the specific needs of the client in front of them. This book will allow for the clinician who is already familiar with the basics of CBT-I to quickly determine how best to deliver and/or modify it depending on the unique needs of their client or patient population.
- Summarizes research on cognitive behavior therapy for insomnia (CBT-I)
- Directs clinicians how to modify CBT-I for co-morbid patient conditions
- Discusses co-morbid sleep, psychiatric, and medical disorders
- Specifies modifications across the lifespan for different client ages and conditions
- Includes special populations: short sleepers, athletes, minorities, and more
Psychologists and sleep specialists treating insomnia
Part 1: Traditional CBT-I Components and Delivery
1. The Standard Application of CBTI
Part 2: CBT-I in Other Sleep Disorders
2. CBT-I in Patients with Sleep Apnea
3. CBT-I for Patients with Circadian Rhythm Disorders
4. CBT-I for People with Shift Work Sleep Disorder.
5. CBT-I for Narcolepsy and Hypersomnia Patients
6. CBT-I approaches to the patient with Orthosomnia
Part 3: CBT-I in Psychiatric Disorders
7. CBT-I for Patients with Depression and Anxiety
8. CBT-I for Patients with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Military Veterans
9. CBT-I for Patients with Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders
10. CBT-I for Patients with Bipolar Disorder
11. CBT-I for Alcohol-Dependent Patients and Other Substance Use Disorders
Part 4: CBT-I in Medical Disorders
12. CBT-I for Patients in Pain
13. CBT-I for Cancer Survivors
14. CBT-I for Patients with Traumatic Brain Injuries
Part 5: CBT-I Across the Lifespan
15. CBT-I in Adolescents
16. CBT-I in Pregnancy
17. CBT-I During Menopause and Post-Menopause
18. CBT-I in Older Adults
Part 6: Other Special Considerations
19. CBT-I in Short Sleepers
20. CBT-I for People Who Failed CBT-I
21. CBT-I in Racial/Ethnic Minorities
22. CBT-I in Chronic Hypnotic Users
23. CBT-I in Elite Athletes
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- © Academic Press 2021
- 1st November 2021
- Academic Press
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Sara Nowakowski Baylor College of Medicine Medicine-Health Services Research 2450 Holcombe Blvd., Suite 01Y Houston, TX 77586 United States. Dr. Nowakowski is a licensed clinical psychologist and board certified in sleep medicine. Her research in sleep includes projects on sleep and menopause; psychological well-being pre-post hysterectomy, sleep pre-post acute hospital stay in aging patients, and a bedrest study of aging participants. Her research and clinical expertise focuses on assessment and treatment of sleep disorders.
Baylor College of Medicine Medicine-Health Services Research, Houston, TX, USA
Sheila N. Garland, PhD is a Registered Clinical Psychologist, Associate Professor in Psychology and Oncology at Memorial University in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, and Senior Scientist with the Beatrice Hunter Cancer Research Institute in Halifax Nova Scotia. She received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Calgary, Alberta, and completed a 3-year post-doctoral fellowship in Behavioral Sleep Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. As Director of the Sleep, Health, and Wellness Lab, she delivers, evaluates, and provides training on behavioural sleep medicine interventions in chronic disease populations and in those with co-morbid psychiatric disorders. Her research explores the mechanisms and effectiveness of interventions to improve sleep and other symptoms in cancer survivors.
Department of Psychology, Faculty of Science, Memorial University, St. John’s, NL, Canada; Discipline of Oncology, Faculty of Medicine, Memorial University, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada; Senior Scientist, Beatrice Hunter Cancer Research Institute, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Michael Grandner, PhD, MTR, CBSM, FAASM, is the Director of the Sleep and Health Research Program at the University of Arizona and Director of the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Clinic at the Banner-University Medical Center in Tucson, AZ. He also serves as an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Psychiatry and Medicine in the UA College of Medicine, Assistant Professor of Psychology in the UA College of Science, and Assistant Professor of Nutritional Sciences in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. He is Certified in Behavioral Sleep Medicine by the American Board of Sleep Medicine and is a Diplomate in Behavioral Sleep Medicine by the Board of Behavioral Sleep Medicine. His research focuses on real-world implications of sleep and health, and how sleep and sleep-related behaviors are related to cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity, neurocognitive functioning, mental health, and longevity.
Director, Sleep and Health Research Program, University of Arizona; Director, Behavioral Sleep Medicine Clinic at the Banner-University Medical Center in Tucson, AZ; Assistant Professor, Departments of Psychiatry and Medicine, UA College of Medicine, AZ, USA
Leisha Cuddihy, PhD, DBSM is a licensed Clinical Psychologist providing behavioral sleep medicine services at the Spectrum Health Sleep Disorders Center and Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital Behavioral Health. She received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Arizona, and completed a 1-year post-doctoral fellowship in Behavioral Sleep Medicine at the University of Michigan. She is Certified in Behavioral Sleep Medicine by the American Board of Sleep Medicine and is a Diplomate in Behavioral Sleep Medicine by the Board of Behavioral Sleep Medicine. In her full-time clinical practice, she sees adult and pediatric patients struggling with insomnia, circadian rhythm disorders, positive airway pressure non-adherence, and disorders of excessive daytime sleepiness. In collaboration with her sleep medicine colleagues, she often assists patients with managing insomnia as they reduce or discontinue sleep aids. She specializes in CBT-I but is passionate about using a variety behavioral sleep medicine strategies to help patients resolve sleep problems.
Sleep Disorders Center, Spectrum Health Medical Group, MI, USA
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