Meg Danforth

I am a licensed psychologist and certified Behavioral Sleep Medicine Specialist, practicing and teaching at Duke University Medical Center's Sleep Clinic in Durham, North Carolina.

I have a full time behavioral sleep medicine practice, specializing in providing non medication treatments for sleep disorders. Those services include: cognitive-behavior therapy for insomnia, light therapy for circadian rhythm disorders, improving patients' experiences with CPAP and assistance with discontinuing sleep medication.

As well, I am a passionate advocate for improving patient access to behavioral insomnia treatments and so I offer training opportunities at Duke and through continuing education workshops to healthcare providers throughout the U.S.  My training schedule is listed in my profile.

William F. Kerst

I am a Clinical Neuropsychologist and owner of Green Psychological Services, LLC located in Palmer, Alaska.

In the Air Force, I worked with soldiers afraid to sleep because of nightmares. That's why I helped design a (free) DoD-developed App called Dream EZ.

Now, in addition to neuropsychological assessment, our clinic also offers psychological assessment as well as individual and couples based psychotherapies on a case by case basis. The goal of psychological assessment is really the same as the goal of psychotherapy; to help you better understand yourself, your environment, and the complex interaction of you and your environment.

Neal R. Morris

I am a Child & Family and Clinical Health Psychologist, and am also board-certified in Behavioral Sleep Medicine, practicing in Bethesda, Maryland. I have trained therapy dogs that can assist with therapy, as needed.

I work with adults and children helping them to deal with specific problems and symptoms as well as developing positive life goals. I am a practical, straight-forward professional who is committed to those I work with.

My goal is to identify actions that can improve your life and translate these into concrete steps to promote emotional stability and effectiveness in dealing with daily challenges.

Michal Moskowitz

I am a Clinical Health Psychologist working in the context of a primary care practice, Privia Medical Group, in Rockville, Maryland.

Our physical, emotional, and behavioral health are closely connected. Stress can worsen many physical conditions. Exercise is one of the best treatments for depression. Sleep, pain and sexual problems have both physical and psychological components.

Serious medical conditions can wreak havoc on your emotions and your relationships. To me, patient-centered care means treating you as a WHOLE person.

Stephanie Park

I am a Clinical Psychologist at Rockville Internal Medicine Group (RIMG), a multispecialty medical practice in Potomac, MD.  We offer CBT-I on-site - no need to refer people out to another office.

Attending to your behavioral and mental health needs is an integral part of your overall well-being. I strive to provide a supportive and empathic environment and to work collaboratively with you, whether you are thinking about making a behavior change, coping with a chronic illness, or looking for tools and strategies to manage depression and anxiety.

Clio Long

I am a clinical psychologist with a specialty in neuropsychology/rehabilitation as well as behavioral sleep medicine - licensed in Virginia and located in Alexandria, VA.

Over the years, particularly witnessing the difficulties my medical patients were having with sleep, I have also developed a passion for sleep disorders and trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I).

Carrie Holl

I am a Clinical Health Psychologist practicing in two locations:  Dupont Circle in Washington DC and in Fairfax, Virginia.

I specialize in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT). CBT is a skill-building therapeutic approach that teaches people how to respond differently to stress, mood symptoms, and life events such that distress is reduced and effective coping is enhanced. Clients are empowered to develop a skill set to use during active treatment and later in daily life.

David Kupfer

I am a Clinical Psychologist with over 20 years experience, practicing in Falls Church, Virginia. Among other areas of expertise, I do brief therapy for Sleep Disorders.

Washingtonian Magazine Honors Dr. David L. Kupfer as “Top Therapist”

In the July 2009 issue of the Washingtonian magazine, Dr. Kupfer was listed as a “top therapist” in the Washington, D.C. area for his work in four specialty areas: Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Phobias, Panic Disorder, and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.

The magazine surveyed Washington area mental health professionals, asking them to name the therapists to whom they would send a family member for care. Dr. Kupfer was a top "vote-getter" in all four anxiety disorder categories included in the survey.

Virginia Runko

I am a psychologist and certified behavioral sleep medicine (BSM) specialist practicing in Friendship Heights in Washington, DC at The Ross Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders.

I received training in BSM at Johns Hopkins and have worked on interdisciplinary sleep medicine teams.  I continue to regularly conduct CBT-I and lead workshops teaching other health professional about CBT-I.  I assess for the full spectrum of sleep disorders and provide guidance for what other work-up or treatment may be needed.

In addition to treating insomnia, I provide supportive psychotherapy and conduct CBT for generalized anxiety, panic disorder, social anxiety, and depression in adults, including college students.  I also provide treatment for those dealing with relationship or adjustment issues.  I strive to adopt a collaborative coaching style that help my patients achieve their goals.

Robyn Mehlenbeck

I am a Clinical Associate Professor and Director of the George Mason University Center for Psychological Services in Fairfax, Virginia. Our clinic offers CBT-I (and other therapy) at very low cost, on a sliding scale basis.

 

As a pediatric psychologist who specializes in working with adolescents and kids with medical conditions (including eating disorders and diabetes) my research focuses on helping overweight teens lose weight.

Courtney Bancroft

I am a Yale-trained, licensed psychologist specializing in all-natural, evidence-based insomnia treatment practicing in New York City.

My philosophy, "modern medicine-enlightened" is based on the ability to combine efficacious and proven all-natural treatments with being fully present, compassionate, and understanding when working with clients. I help you improve your sleep by teaching long-lasting and durable sleep skills that will last a lifetime. I strongly value the idea of client-centered, holistic treatment and the importance of focusing on wellness and growth.

Meredith Cary

I am a Clinical Health Psychologist in Dupont Circle, Washington DC and a behavioral sleep specialist associated with the Medstar Georgetown University's Sleep Disorders Center for two decades.

I am also the Lead Curator and founding member of the Insomnia Hub. Collaborating with an interdisciplinary George Mason University team, we are developing 'Share CBT-I' ... an ongoing, course-based health communication campaign to create a 'digital bridge' between healthcare professionals and consumers to provide open access to knowledge about 'what works' for insomnia and where to find it.

Brian B. Doyle

Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Family Community Medicine at Georgetown University Medical School
Private practice in Washington, D.C

Dr. Doyle has extensively published articles on Anxiety, Depression, and ADHD. He is the co-author of The Impaired Physician and the author of Understanding and Treating Adults with ADHD. Dr. Doyle has been honored as one of the Best Doctors in America from 1997 to present and honored by the American College of Psychiatrists. He has also been a former President of the National Association of Medical Communicators.

Samantha Smith, PhD – CBT

Cognitive Behavior Therapist

Small private practice in Washington, DC, focusing on Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), for mood and anxiety disorders for children, adolescents, and adults. Specializing in exposure therapy.

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