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Sleeping Problems

Many people are surprised to learn that psychotherapy can also help with such a problem as insomnia. Usually they think like this: if someone doesn’t sleep well, they should probably take a pill and then go to a neurologist or therapist? The answer is yes, but not always.

In many cases, when a person has a sleep disorder, insomnia or other sleep-related problems, the “wrong” behavior that provokes bad sleep, as well as “incorrect” beliefs about what sleep should be like, play a significant role in this. And this is where cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy can come to the rescue.