Our Services

Offering behavioral sleep medicine
in-person and via telehealth.

Sleep Services

Insomnia and sleep apnea, among other forms of sleep disruption, are increasingly common in our modern society. Thanks to continued progress in research and technology, we are better understanding the devastating impacts of poor sleep on long-term health and wellness, and importantly, what we can do to reverse these patterns of disrupted sleep. We can help you get back on track and wake up more refreshed, be more productive during the day, and enjoy life!

In 2016, the American College of Physicians recognized Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) as the first line intervention for insomnia. Even for other sleep conditions that involve medication or device-based treatments (such as CPAP for obstructive sleep apnea), behavioral strategies boost the benefits–that’s why the field of Behavioral Sleep Medicine has been steadily growing for the past few decades and continues to serve a vital role in optimal sleep treatment.

What is CBT-I?

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) is the gold-standard treatment for chronic insomnia. Much more than ‘sleep hygiene’, CBT-I involves a combination of behavioral strategies to change your thoughts and habits around sleep. In this program, you will learn the fundamentals about what regulates sleep, how to time it optimally, what to do to fall asleep and stay asleep more reliably, and what you can do during the day to maximize restful sleep at night.

What We Offer:

We offer individual, group, and brief consultation services in support of behavioral sleep medicine:

Individual Therapy

Our clinicians provide individual care in the form of ongoing, weekly or bi-weekly therapy sessions, usually for a duration of 8-12 weeks or longer. We use evidence- based treatment programs such as CBT-I, and we incorporate personalized data visuals to maximize benefits and give specific feedback throughout the program.

Conditions we treat:

  • Insomnia
  • Sleep apnea (see note below)
  • Shift work and circadian rhythm disorders
  • Nightmares and nocturnal panic
  • Hypersomnia & narcolepsy
  • Restless legs syndrome
  • REM behavior disorder
  • Sleep walking and other adult parasomnias
  • Childhood sleep disorders (e.g., bed-wetting)

Note: For some conditions, we may serve as the sole treatment provider (such as for insomnia, using CBT-I), while for other conditions (such as sleep apnea) we may need to coordinate care with another provider for prescribing medications or medical devices, and/or diagnostic sleep testing.

Consultation Services

In addition to longer-term individual treatment, staff are available for sleep specialty consultations. For example, Dr. Goldstein is available to meet with any current CPG client for one-time or recurring sleep-focused sessions to complement other CPG services. We are happy to also discuss any external requests for consultations as well, such as consults or collaborations on unique clinical cases for other clinics and medical groups, assistance with offering sleep-related support for organizations and businesses, and more.

Consultations are flexible in format and range from one-term appointments, short-term sessions, full sleep health assessments, to other structures. Depending on the case, consultation appointments may occur virtually or in-person.

Insomnia & Sleep Habits Group

Many components of insomnia treatment (CBT-I) are also effective in a group format, which can help reduce costs for individuals and increase our capacity to more quickly offer services. Furthermore, many clients appreciate hearing experiences and perspectives from fellow group participants to help discover what works best for them and find creative solutions to challenges. This group is also useful for any other condition that would benefit from improving sleep habits, such as sleep apnea, hypersomnia, and work or schedule-related challenges. It’s also a great place to learn more about how sleep works and how to optimize healthy sleep.

Admission is rolling; there are four (4) modules that will repeat each month. We expect there to be benefit from repeating the same modules, because they will offer an opportunity to make strategic adjustments and learn from new perspectives brought by each week’s attendees. We encourage members to repeat the module series three (3) times for a 12-week commitment for the strongest, longest-lasting benefit.

Thursdays, 5:30-6:30pm
Leader:  Michael Goldstein, PhD
Who:  Adults struggling with insomnia or sleep habits

Week 1 — Sleep 101 & How to Best Track Your Sleep

Week 2 — Making Sleep Efficient & Reliable

Week 3 — Sleep Hygiene & Relaxation

Week 4 — Thought-Patterns & Beliefs About Sleep