Students will learn step by step how to successfully self-treat their insomnia and sleep better
Students should have a strong will to do what is necessary to ged rid of their insomnia
Students should be able to stay awake during the course ;)
5 Star Reviews:
An excellent well-structured course which uses evidence based techniques Helpful captions and visuals which aid learning and memory recall and keep it interesting! Step by step guidance that allows time to process the information being delivered Useful resources which support the course information and enable the learner to tailor the information to their own unique sleep situation. I would definitely recommend this course!
Super course! Short but has a ton of information. I'm 100% satisfied. Thank you!
I was extremely impressed with the high quality of the resources and how well organised this course was. I will definitely apply all of the steps as indicated and feel well armed to tackle insomnia.
Very good will have to go through it a few times. It does give a lot of solutions
Wonderful course! Easy to follow, well structured and action-oriented.
Very clear and instructive
Excellent material that has been good to use to help relieve the impact of tinnitus on sleep quality
A useful course. Now I know how to challenge my negative thoughts.
Great instructor! Information presented in an interesting and compelling way.
Très efficace pour traiter l'insomnie.
Gostei e aprendi imenso! Recomendo
IT IS REALLY GOOD
How to get the best sleep? Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia, often called CBT-I, is an approved method for treating insomnia without the use of sleeping pills. Sound impossible? It isn't. Sounds like hard work? It can be. CBT is aimed at changing sleep habits and scheduling factors that perpetuate sleep difficulties.
In this course, you will learn step-by-step how to successfully get rid of your insomnia and sleep better
UPDATE: All videos in this course come with complete English or French subtitles.
Please note the educational material presented in this course is for informational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. Consult with your psychologist or physician prior to starting any treatment regimen.
Who this course is for:
Anyone who has, or has had difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep as long as desired
11 sections • 28 lectures • 1h 24m total length
Why is sleep important?
What's a 'normal sleep'?
What's an 'abnormal' sleep?
Types of insomnia
CBT as the best natural treatment for insomnia
Touch: bed & bedding
Sight: remove light
Hearing: remove noise
Smell: freshen the air and use aromatherapy
Taste: the right food at the right time
Sort out your environment: summary
ACTIVITY: Check your personal sleep environment
Change your bedtime routine
Change your daytime routine
ACTIVITY: Check your sleep hygiene
Common unhelpful sleep-related thoughts
Ways to challenge unhelpful sleep-related thoughts
I am currently an Associate University Professor in Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Leeds in the United Kingdom. I have been teaching and researching psychology for the past 13 years, with a particular interest in memory, attention, and inter-hemispheric communication. If you have any questions about me or what I do, or about my courses in general, please feel free to message me.