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Insomnia and Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program

  • Abbott Northwestern Hospital's Insomnia and Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program is devoted to the treatment of insomnia and related sleep disorders using best of practice behavioral and non-pharmacological interventions.

    Our goals are to:

    • evaluate and treat insomnia and related sleep disorders
    • utilize well-established cognitive behavioral interventions in treatment
    • consult with physicians and health care providers
    • increase public awareness and education about insomnia and related sleep disorders
    • conduct clinical research related to the application of behavioral intervention to sleep disorders

    Patients who visit our clinic receive an assessment to evaluate factors that may be contributing to their insomnia or related sleep disorder. Some of these factors include but are not limited to:

    • unhelpful sleep habits
    • beliefs and worry about insomnia
    • other sleep disorders such as restless leg syndrome or obstructive sleep apnea
    • stress
    • chronic pain
    • depression and anxiety

    Following the initial assessment, an individualized treatment plan is created. In some cases additional assessment measures maybe needed.

  • Contact us

    To schedule a consultation, or for more information, call 612-863-3200.

    Find us

    The Behavioral Sleep Medicine Clinic is in the Piper Building on the Abbott Northwestern Hospital campus.

    Behavioral Sleep Medicine Services