YOU CAN CURE
YOU DON’T HAVE
TO DEPEND ON SLEEPING PILLS
CBT-I Conquering Insomnia PROGRAM CAN SHOW YOU HOW
Can't sleep? Ready to increase relaxation and cure insomnia with sleep techniques developed at Harvard Medical School?
“cbtforinsomnia.com is the smartest, most rational tool for fighting insomnia. Dr. Gregg Jacobs will one day be recognized for all he has done for insomniacs.” New York Times, 10/22/12.
CBT-I (cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia) is the only scientifically proven non-drug insomnia treatment. CBT-I improves sleep in 70-80% of patients, is more effective than sleeping pills and reduces or eliminates sleeping pills in the vast majority of patients, and doubles the improvement rates of depression compared to antidepressant medication alone in depressed patients with insomnia.
The CONQUERING INSOMNIA CBT-I program is …
- A 5-week, 5-session online cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) program for insomnia that was developed by Dr.
Gregg Jacobs based on his 25 years of extensive research
and clinical practice at Harvard Medical School and the University
of Massachusetts Memorial Medical Center involving over 10,000 insomnia patients.
- Was developed from Dr. Jacobs's research that was funded by
the National Institutes of Health, and published in the Archives
of Internal Medicine, demonstrating that a similar CBT-I program
was more effective than Ambien. Learn more...
- Recommended by Dr. Oz, Good Housekeeping, Psychology Today, and as a selected resource by Harvard Women’s Health Watch. Learn more...
- Includes weekly individualized guidelines and feedback from Dr. Jacobs on CBT sleep techniques.
- Includes a 50 minute webinar by Dr. Jacobs on the Conquering Insomnia program and CBT-I techniques in the program.
- Also includes a library of over 100 insomnia focus articles, study reviews, blogs, and sleep and relaxation tips.
- Also available in compact disc format. Learn
- Highly effective for increasing total sleep time and reducing
or eliminating sleep medication. Read
results here and read testimonials here.
Key Features of the online CONQUERING INSOMNIA program …
- For problems falling asleep and waking during the night/early morning
- For individuals who are not, and those who are, using sleeping pills
- Replicates the 5 session CBT-I program and sleep disorders developed and tested at Harvard Medical School
- No other CBT-I program provides weekly personalized feedback and CBT guidelines directly from a recognized CBT-I expert, contains techniques for reducing sleep medications, and offers a simple, easy-to-use format for a nominal price of $34.95.
- A 20-minute sleep clinic visit with a sleep psychologist/CBT-I specialist averages about $120 and a two week supply of non-generic sleeping pills or two co-payments at a sleep clinic are about $40.
- Program on CD (learn more), Relaxation CD (learn more), phone consultations (learn more), and E-mail Q&A (learn more) also available
Employers and Clinicians:
Clinicians: To learn more about the clinical training manual and webinar
on CBT-I, click here.
To download a brochure for your patients, click here.
Employers: To learn more about Sleep and Insomnia programs and webinars for your employees, click here.
Learn More About:
To learn more about a clinical training manual and webinar for CBT-I, click here.
The Insomnia Corner:
How the media misleads the public about the dangers and risks of sleeping pills, click here.
Dr. Jacobs interviewed by the Washington Post for a story on sleeping pills, click here.
Another major study finds that sleeping pills are associated with increased mortality risk, click here.
FDA Recommends Lower Doses of Sleep Aids, click here.
Influential report advises against use of sleeping pills in older adults, click here.
Sleep loss does not lead to overeating and obesity, click here.
For information on CBT-I treatment and clinicians in your area, click here.
Insomnia Blog, click here.
Read the stories in the New York Times about CBT-I, Dr. Jacobs, and the Conquering Insomnia program, click here, and click here.
Read about the Conquering Insomnia program in the Incidental Economist, click here.
New research proves effectiveness of online CBT-I, click here.
CBT-I doubles the effectiveness of depression treatment, click here.
The eight hour sleep myth, click here.
Ambien, benzodiazepine sleep aids, narcotics, and recreational drugs of abuse may share the same neurobiological pathway underlying dependency and addiction, click here.