Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I)

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Cognitive Behavioral Counseling for Insomnia

Diabetes Testing Centers™ offers CBT-I stands for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia. It is a therapy that helps people with trouble sleeping by changing their thoughts, feelings, and sleep-related behaviors. CBT-I can improve the quality and duration of sleep, as well as reduce the need for sleeping pills.

Licensed Therapists for Insomnia

Diabetes Testing Centers™ (DTC) recognizes the critical relationship between diabetes management and sleep health, which is why we offer Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I). CBT-I is a specialized approach that addresses sleep-related issues commonly experienced by individuals living with diabetes. CBT-I is a evidence-based therapeutic intervention designed to improve sleep quality and duration, ultimately contributing to better overall health outcomes. CBT-I teaches you cognitive and behavioral techniques that you can apply in your clinic or home setting, such as:

In clinics or even in the comfort of one's home, our CBT-I program employs a multifaceted approach, combining cognitive and behavioral techniques. This program teaches cognitive and behavioral techniques that you can apply in your clinic or home setting, such as identifying and challenging negative or unrealistic thoughts about sleep, creating a consistent sleep schedule and a relaxing bedtime routine, limiting the time spent in bed to the actual amount of sleep obtained, and learning and practicing relaxation skills that can reduce stress and promote sleep. 

By integrating CBT-I into our holistic approach, Diabetes Testing Centers™ ensures that individuals with diabetes not only receive excellent medical care but also have access to solutions that enhance their overall well-being, including the crucial aspect of sleep health. Contact us today to find out more about our online programs, mobile apps, and self-help books that can guide you through CBT-I.

CBT-I is provided by licensed health professionals with specialized training and experience in treating insomnia. Some CBT-I providers may hold certifications, such as CBSM, CIC, or CDCES, granted by ABSM, SBSM, or CBDCE, respectively. Our qualified and experienced CBT-I providers help improve sleep quality and health outcomes for patients with diabetes and insomnia.

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