Treatment of Sleep Disorders in Veterans

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Description

This manual is designed to serve as a training resource for therapists completing the VA CBT-I Training Program as well as for
others, inside and outside of VHA, who are interested in further developing their CBT-I skills. The manual and therapy protocol
are intended for mental health providers who do not necessarily have specific background or specialization in sleep medicine. This
protocol places emphasis on case conceptualization, as in other CBT protocols being implemented in VHA (e.g., Wenzel, Brown,
& Karlin, 2011). The conceptualization guides the direction of this individualized therapy as it takes place within the context of a
collaborative and supportive therapeutic relationship.
The hope is that this manual is useful to both seasoned and new CBT-I therapists working with Veterans. Included in the Appendix
of this manual are therapy forms and other helpful tools for implementing CBT-I. The writers of this manual wish readers the best
in their pursuits to help Veterans improve sleep and, consequently, improve overall quality of life.

Syllabus

  • Print Version / Test Preview
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia in Veterans Therapists Manual
  • References
  • CE Test
  • Evaluation

Author Bio

Rachel Manber, Ph.D.

Leah Friedman, Ph.D.

Allison T. Siebern, Ph.D.

Colleen Carney, Ph.D.

Jack Edinger, Ph.D.

Dana Epstin, RN, Ph.D.

Patricia Haynes, Ph.D.

Wilfred Pigeon, Ph.D.

Bradley E. Karlin, Ph.D.

Citation

Manber, R., Friedman, L., Siebern, A.T., Carney, C., Edinger, J.,
Epstein, D., Haynes, P., Pigeon, W., & Karlin, B. E., (2014). Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for
insomnia in Veterans: Therapist manual. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

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Learning Objectives

Based on the content of this course, I can:

  • Articulate basic information about sleep, including why we sleep and the sleep stages
  • Differentiate between sleep drive and the circadian process
  • Provide suggestions for modifying substance use to improve sleep hygiene
  • Describe different sleep disorders that may co-exist with and contribute to insomnia
  • Conduct a sleep assessment with a patient
  • Discuss CBT-I Treatment Components and Implementation techniques

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