What happens when sleep hygiene doesn’t work?
When you are chronically tired, life becomes much harder and it is increasingly difficult to engage with everyday tasks. This highly interactive workshop explores what happens when you can’t sleep and uses the latest evidence and research to help understand and overcome this.
- Duration – 2x 2 hour online webinars 10.00am to 12.00pm
- Start date – Friday 19 November and Friday 26 November
Facilitators - Matthew Cole - BABCP Accredited Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist
What will you learn?
On this course you will:
- Understand current theory of insomnia.
- Learn how to use evidenced-based interventions for the treatment of insomnia.
- Identify techniques for overcoming insomnia and how to apply them in practice.
- Develop a personalised step by step action plan to help restore normal sleeping patterns.
Who should attend?
Open to all Health and Social Care Professionals.
What difference will it make to attendees?
Attendees should have a greater understanding about chronic insomnia and its effects on physical, psychological and emotions systems and how by reducing the impact of insomnia, their clients will have more physical and mental resources to create meaningful change.
What difference will it make to my work?
Enabling clinicians to notice positive benefits in their clinical practice by enhancing and complimenting current skill sets and expanding their range of psychological interventions available to them.
What difference will it make to my employer?
Enabling clients/patients to hopefully benefit by the increased range of psychological interventions available to them and their sleep disorder. If the client is able to have restful and restorative sleep then they will be abler to engage in other treatments/services.
Course leader biographies
Matthew Cole is BABCP Accredited Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist who has been in practice for nearly 30 years. He has worked for a range of organisations including the NHS, the MOD, mental health charities and the private sector.
He has worked with a vast range of individuals, groups and organisations using CBT based interventions as the agent of change.