Most people at some time in their lives experience problems with sleep. For some this problem begins to interfere with their daily functioning. Insomnia is the term used to describe a sleep disorder that disrupts a person's ability to fall and/or stay asleep. For most people, insomnia is linked to emotional stressors including work or relational challenges, anxiety, and depression. For others, insomnia can be related to another medical condition. Regardless of the cause, there are effective evidence-based treatments to address insomnia without relying on medication.
The licensed psychologists at Rowan Center for Behavioral Medicine are experienced providers of insomnia treatment. We work with each individual to fully understand the nature of the sleep problems and then tailor a specific plan to address your needs using proven cognitive and behavioral interventions. Our psychologists will also work with your primary doctor in helping address sleep problems which may be associated with medical illnesses.
Rowan Center psychologists have specialized training that allows us to help those with insomnia overcome their sleep problems and get back to a better quality of life. Our primary goal is to help you lead a better life with less fatigue and irritability and with more energy and a greater level of overall wellness.