Cognitive-behavioral treatment for insomnia (CBT-I) has been recommended as a first-line treatment for insomnia by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. As with all manualized treatments, there is an art to the science. Come hear one of Georgia’s only certified Behavioral Sleep Medicine specialists discuss the treatment, the science behind it, and the art of implementing it. Attendees will also participate in discussion of case studies to illustrate the concepts.
- Explain the principles of sleep that underpin CBT-I strategies.
- Discuss insomnia, how it fits in with psychiatric disorders, and how it can disguise other sleep disorders so psychologists can make good referrals.
- Demonstrate CBT-I strategies through discussion and case studies.
CE Hours: 3
About the Presenter:
Dr. Anne Bartolucci is a versatile speaker and is happy to talk about sleep and other aspects of psychology to audiences with a wide range of experience and expertise. She is adjunct faculty in the sleep fellowship program at Emory University, and she presents annually on psychopathology and sleep as well as insomnia treatment to the fellows. She has also been invited to lecture to the Internal Medicine/Psychiatry residents at Emory University, the United Advanced Practice Registered Nurses, and, most recently, as part of the Advanced Management of Sleep Disorders for NP’s and PA’s course through the Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine. She has also presented at national conferences and as part of panels on the business side of behavioral sleep medicine. Finally, she is a sought-after speaker in the writing world and has been invited to present workshops to writing groups across the Southeast.
Dr. Bartolucci is a licensed psychologist in the state of Georgia and a certified behavioral sleep medicine specialist through the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. She has been in clinical practice since 2005 and founded Atlanta Insomnia & Behavioral Health Services, P.C. in 2008. Approximately 80-90% of her practice at any one time is sleep-focused treatment.
She graduated with her PhD from the University of Georgia in 2005 and has been working in the sleep field since, starting out as the clinical director of a sleep disorders center and moving into private practice and starting Atlanta Insomnia and Behavioral Health Services in 2008.
Registration Costs (per workshop):
Early Bird Registration (Must be postmarked on or before November 18, 2016 to receive this rate.)
- $70: GPA Members
- $105: Non-members
- $20: GPA Student Members
Registration (After November 18, 2016)
- $80: GPA Members
- $115: Non-members
- $30: GPA Student Members
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All cancellations must be submitted in writing to Amy Dietrich via email (email@example.com). A $35 cancellation fee will be charged for any cancellations prior to November 25, 2016. No refunds will be given after November 25, 2016.
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