Great news! I have one spot available for “Brief Behavioural Treatment for Insomnia” (BBTI) at the reduced rate of 60% off regular fees. What is BBTI you wonder? Well, it’s similar to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), but without the “cognitive” components and … as you might’ve guessed … it’s briefer. BBTI is designed based on research showing it to be an effective and shorter term alternative to CBT-I, therefore more cost effective, even at the full price. So this 60% off is an additional discount.
How does it work? You’ll learn about the systems that regulate sleep and how stress-induced insomnia can become long-term insomnia. More importantly, you’ll take away the tools you need to unravel the vicious circle.
All sessions will be done by phone. After an intake session, you’ll complete a daily sleep diary and, starting 2 weeks later, you’ll have 4 weekly sessions (one full or extended session and 3 shorter follow up or check-in sessions) which will provide you with the information, support and individualized trouble shooting you’ll need to give you the tools for a better sleep.
I’m so excited about offering this lower cost insomnia treatment and I’d love your help. So, here’s what you can do in exchange for this reduced rate: I’m asking for your patience while I fine tune the logistics and would appreciate any feedback about your experience with this treatment along the way. This helps me plan and let future clients know more about what to expect, such as how long each session should take.
Preference will be given to someone who feels ready and determined to make the changes needed to get better sleep and who can also be flexible about scheduling appointments. I don’t expect this offer will last long, so if you’re sick of insomnia, give me a call at 604-771-4444 or click here to send me a (secure) message letting me know how your life has been impacted by chronic insomnia and how different it might be if only you could get better sleep. Must be at least 19 years old, living in Canada and meet a few other qualifying criteria.
If you have extended health benefits through work, your plan may cover this therapy from a Registered Clinical Counsellor. Please check with your provider.