Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Anxiety Disorders Karen J. Landsman, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist 973-895-2442
Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Anxiety Disorders                      Karen J. Landsman, Ph.D.                          Clinical Psychologist                                973-895-2442

Insomnia

 

 

Insomnia is characterized by emotional distress that accompanies difficulty falling asleep or maintaining sleep.

 

Examples of therapy goals for treating insomnia:

 

  • Design a treatment plan to address your individual needs and concerns.
  • Identify daily stressors and associated sleep pattern.
  • Identify trigger situations and environmental difficulties.
  • Learn relaxation techniques.
  • Learn stress management tools.
  • Step-by-step coping tools and problem-solving strategies developed.
  • Address development of sleep hygiene skills.
  • Learn to fall asleep calmly and stay asleep.
  • Feeling refreshed and energetic during wakeful hours.
  • Decrease anxiety-producing worries that are associated with poor sleep.
  • Assess for depression and general anxiety issues.
  • Relapse prevention strategies.

See our Resources page for new research articles discussing treatment treatment therapies for insomnia.

Office Locations and Phone Number

Karen J. Landsman, Ph.D.

 

68 Essex Street

Millburn, NJ 07041

 

and

 

268 Green Village Road

Chatham, NJ 07935

 

Phone

+1 973 895-2442+1 973 895-2442

 

Hours

Please call for appointment times

 

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