CBT-I: The easiest, fastest way

We hope you can attend ... How to get the best help - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy - Insomnia in the easiest and fastest way. If not, you can watch the broadcast here any time afterwards.

Schedule: Broadcast is on October _, 2016 _____ pm EST

Host: Meredith Cary, PsyD
Guest: Dr ____________

If you'd like us to cover another topic in the future, please offer your suggestion in the comments below.

Introducing CBT-I Live

Tens of millions in the U.S. struggle with insomnia and too few know that doctors actually prefer CBT-I (over pills), a therapy that has a proven 70 to 80% success rate for ending insomnia. Our online streaming chats, CBT-I Live, will spotlight CBT-I specialists who will share what they know. They'll suggest all the ways to get affordable, accessible CBT-I help - anywhere ... and more.

Join us ... send us questions ... participate by sharing your CBT-I success stories. And, share our shows with your networks!

Share CBT-I Social Media Campaign

In fall 2016, there are two quick rounds of a competition to Share CBT-I. In round 1, students compete to have the most impact with Audience #1: health consumers seeking insomnia information.

In round 2, students compete to have the most impact with Audience #2: academic healthcare providers (including CBT-I providers).

Let the competition begin ... and, let's have fun!

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.

Sergei A. Samoilenko

Instructor, Communication Department, George Mason University
Faculty Advisor, Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)

Sergei Samoilenko's research focus is on public relations, crisis communication, reputation management, new media.

Raymond Carlos Cruz

Carlos Cruz is a creative public relations professional with a passion for applying strategic integrated marketing communication to reach target audiences. Has a solid track record of positive social media growth.

Possesses a desire to construct memorable advertising, marketing, and public relation campaigns. A cooperative and collaborative team leader with a strong motivation to succeed.

Jason Hayes

Jason Hayes is a undergraduate student at George Mason University majoring in communication.

Jason is concerned with:
-Ethical applications for public relations and strategic communication
-Critical Theory in regards to professional communication
-Applying concepts of intercultural communication to connect people, mediate, and understand the differences and similarities between groups to break down the constructed barriers between groups
-Social justice and action

Nelson Lanzas

Nelson Lanzas is a student at George Mason University majoring in Communication; concentration on Public Relations and minor in Psychology.


GMU PRSSA is the George Mason University Chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America.

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If you’re interested in PR and want to get your foot in the door
then GMU PRSSA is for YOU!

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