CBTi – an introduction to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia for Coaches with Dr David Lee BSc PhD CertEd CPsychol AFBPsS CSci.
Led by engaging Sleep Psychologist Dr David Lee, an interactive webinar to introduce Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia – the NICE recommended approach for treating a sleep disorder.
Learn about the science of sleep, individuals’ requirements, behaviours that impact negatively on sleep and how to devise a routine for clients to improve sleep using evidence-based strategies.
Attendees are empowered with knowledge and understanding of this neglected area of Coaching, enabling them to improve sleep and so mental well-being, quality of life and daily functioning.
Dr David Lee was originally a Human Biologist, but then conducted a PhD in Sleep Psychology at Loughborough University’s internationally renowned Sleep Research Centre examining sleep and associated quality of life in vulnerable, clinical groups. Since then he has held academic posts at Bradford and Newcastle Universities (where he was registered as Sleep Expert), lecturing in Psychobehavioural Treatments for Insomnia and holds a certificate in higher education practice.
He provides consultation to companies and individuals relating to sleep and has provided expert witness testimony to the court. Findings from his own research have been published in international, peer-reviewed journals. He is author of “Teaching the World to Sleep.” 2017. Routledge, London.
‘This course has been so useful and interesting. I have learnt information and techniques I’ll use in my practice. It has been most useful to have the evidence base for practice, which is so important.’
‘Engaging presenter and great material – so relevant + can immediately recognise the benefits this will bring to clients.’
‘Fab presenter, fab info to take away and use professionally and personally.’
‘Extraordinary, excellent training that I would recommend to everyone.’
‘Really enjoyed the training – very engaging and delivered well – kept interesting throughout.’
‘Very useful techniques relating to behavioural intervention – excellent teaching – group participation encouraged.’
‘Highly relevant, very well structured, excellent quality of teaching, good sense of humour – lots of practical examples.’
First Date: via Zoom July 7th, 2020 from 10.00 – 12.00