• Techniques to cope with sleep issues
  • 6 parts, self-paced
  • For mobile, tablet or computer
  • Developed by psychologists

This online coping tool aimed at sleep disorders contains exercises, tasks and information that psychologists use in the treatment of sleep disorders / insomnia. The Tool is based on cognitive therapy and include techniques such as sleep restriction and sleep hygiene.

BUY 1 TOOL

*USD $39

  • Content:
  • Sleep Problems
BUY 3 TOOLS

*USD $69

  • Content:
  • Sleep Problems
  • Stress & Burnout
  • Worries & GAD
BUY 8 TOOLS

*USD $99

  • Content:
  • Sleep Problems
  • Stress & Burnout
  • Worries & GAD
  • Depression
  • Social Anxiety
  • Panic attacks
  • Anxiety Intro
  • Phobia
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  • Who is this tool for?

    It is quite common to experience difficulty sleeping some periods of life. For some, these problems become so disruptive and / or persistent that it interferes with how one functions in everyday life. In this tool you will learn different techniques and exercises to improve sleep over time.

  • Content of this tool
    • 1.1 Trouble Sleeping?
    • 1.2 Sleep Measurement
    • 1.3 Sleep Diary
    • 1.4 What Is Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy?
    • 1.5 Quiz - Part 1
    • 2.1 Sleep Facts
    • 2.2 Stages of Sleep
    • 2.3 Types of Sleep Problems
    • 2.4 Myths About Sleep
    • 2.5 Quiz - Part 2
    • 3.1 Sleep Restriction
    • 3.2 Planning Sleep Restriction
    • 3.3 Tips for Implementation
    • 3.4 Quiz - Part 3
    • 4.1 Sleep Hygiene
    • 4.2 Stimulus Control
    • 4.3 Relaxation Techniques
    • 4.4 Quiz - Part 4
    • 5.1 Basic CBT Techniques
    • 5.2 How To Think About Sleep
    • 5.3 Overthinking And Worries
    • 5.4 Worry Postponement
    • 5.5 Tips For Dealing With Nightmares
    • 5.6 Quiz - Part 5
    • 6.1 Relapse Or One Step Back?
    • 6.2 How To Prevent a Relapse?
    • 6.3 Are You In A Vulnerable Place?
      • «It was very clear and easy to understand. Nice variation between reading, seeing / hearing and doing.»

      • «It felt so GOOD to read! I did not feel so weird anymore, the online course normalized my problems.»

      • «I liked that it is instructive, in a way so that the basic knowledge is easy to understand. Also like the warm words along the way well.»

      • «I liked that it was easily explained. Enjoyed watching the videos.»