Eliminate Sleep Problems Without Medication

Lack of sleep or poor quality sleep can have more than short-term consequences. It can adversely affect your brain function, immune system, and endocrine system (increasing your risk for obesity). Poor sleep quality is implicated in Alzheimer's Disease and other chronic medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease.

If you have trouble getting to sleep or staying asleep, CBT-I could be a game-changer for you. Cure insomnia with the same program and sleep techniques developed at Harvard Medical School. Get back to sleep without medication.

Do you have trouble going to sleep or staying asleep?
Do you wake during the night and unable to get back to sleep?
Are you using caffeine to feel alert during the day?
Do you have trouble concentrating due to lack of sleep?

You're not alone; 60 million Americans have trouble sleeping. Sleep medication sales are soaring and medication doses are increasing, but sleep problems aren’t getting any better.

There is a non-drug solution.

We help clients get back to sleep without medication using cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I). Most clients return to normal sleep patterns and habits, and those on sleep medication reduce or eliminate their need for it. CBT-I is backed by solid research and clinical practice at both Harvard Medical School and UMass Medical School.

Studies consistently show CBT-I to be more effective than sleeping pills.

Unlike pills, CBT-I addresses the underlying causes of insomnia rather than just relieving symptoms. Through discovery and practice, you can successfully reboot your ability to sleep with a long-term, drug-free solution to insomnia.

The cost of poor sleep is much greater than many people think: it may have profound consequences for our long-term health.
— The Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School