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Cognitive Behavioral Treatment of Insomnia: A Session-by-Session Guide
This book, which is written as a reader-friendly guide, is intended for clinical trainees, non-insomnia sleep specialists, and for expert CBT clinicians from outside the sleep medicine field who wish to begin the process of learning to provide empirically validated CBT-I. Click here to view translations.
Insomnia: A Clinician's Guide to Assessment and Treatment
This book describes a concise and up-to-date treatment program for insomnia intended for a range of health care providers. In a user-friendly manner it provides empirically-derived and clinically useful treatment procedures, comprising a cost-effective program that can be applied to large numbers of adults with insomnia.
Overcoming Insomnia: A Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Approach Therapist Guide
This treatment program uses cognitive-behavioral therapy methods to correct poor sleep habits. Developed by the authors, this evidence based treatment can be used for both primary and secondary insomnia sufferers.
Behavioral Treatments for Sleep Disorders
This book is a highly streamlined and practical approach to make behavioral sleep medicine accessible to mainstream psychologists as well as sleep disorder specialists. Organized by therapeutic technique, each chapter includes step-by-step instructions for how to implement techniques, possible modifications, and the supporting evidence base. Treatments for both the adult and child patient populations are covered.
Treating Sleep Disorders: Principles and Practice of Behavioral Sleep Medicine
This book provides a unique, behavioral approach to sleep medicine, including chapters on sleep phase disorders, sleep apnea, periodic limb movements, narcolepsy, limit setting disorders in children, enuresis, and night terrors.
Insomnia: Diagnosis and Treatment
Sateia and Buysse
This book presents a comprehensive reference on the complications, evaluation, and treatment of insomnia. The text uses a multi-disciplinary approach to discuss the essential information on assessment and treatment, while also covering the science of insomnia... (From Amazon)
Treatment Plans and Interventions for Insomnia
Manber and Carney
"This manual is destined to become a prime tool in the provision of CBT-I. Manber and Carney deftly instruct therapists in the essential sleep medicine and cognitive-behavioral principles that undergird CBT-I. They guide the therapist in assessing and conceptualizing each case in a way that allows for flexible application and can be nicely tailored to the specific needs of each patient. Perhaps most useful are the two case examples used throughout the book to illustrate how CBT-I principles are applied. This book is a 'must' for all clinicians who are new to CBT-I, but even seasoned behavioral sleep medicine specialists will greatly benefit from the experience and wisdom of these two gifted authors." (Donn Posner, PhD, CBSM)
The Oxford Handbook of Sleep and Sleep Disorders
Morin and Espie
The handbook comprises three sections: Section I covers the basics of normal sleep, its functions, and its relationships to emotions, cognitions, performance, psychopathology, and public health and safety issues. Section II addresses abnormal sleep, including disorders like insomnia, parasomnias, circadian rhythm disorders, and sleep apnea. An informed classification of sleep/wake disorders is presented along with a protocol for assessing sleep-wake complaints and evidence-based treatment options. Section III provides a developmental perspective on sleep and sleep problems in childhood, adolescence, and in late life, and a discussion of sleep disturbances in selected special populations. (From Amazon)
This book doubles as a scholarly review of the state of the science of insomnia and as a phenomenology of insomnia (i.e., autobiography of an insomniac). The book excels at the latter while providing an engaging literary view of the subject matter and a scathing review of the sleep medicine profession.
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