What We Do

This programme

is for people who are unhappy with the quality and quantity of their sleep.

If you struggle to fall asleep, or you toss and turn during the night unable to fall back asleep. If your days drag on in an exhausted state, or you are apprehensive about going to sleep at night, then this could be for you.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia was developed by psychiatrists to tackle a specific condition suffered by approximately ten percent of the adult population. It has been clinically proven to be the most effective treatment – and only cure – for Chronic Insomnia. It is widely used in the USA and is gaining tract in the UK too, as an alternative to sleeping pills and with a proven long-lasting effect for improving sleep and quality of life.

The purpose of the program is to help you learn how to sleep better without any external aids. You will be shown how to understand your body’s sleep habits and how much sleep you actually need, then you will learn to improve the quality of that sleep and hopefully extend its length. After 3 months, you are likely to have a better night’s sleep and an improved quality of life.  You will also have the tools to keep your healthy sleep ongoing, always.

We offer psychotherapy & CBT-i Therapy:

On average, it takes about five weeks from the start of the program to begin seeing an improvement in sleep quality, and about 12 weeks for a significant change to your sleep. 

So if you, like me, have had enough of chronic insomnia and perpetual fatigue, then be in touch to change your life, today.

success stories

Anxiety Disorder

Ann's sleep quality was so poor that she developed anxieties about going to bed. The anxiety would escalate over the course of the evening, so by the time she went to bed, she was wide awake and full of nervous energy, while being utterly exhausted. The CBT-i program helped Ann to create a new relationship with her sleep and dissipate the anxieties.


Mary's struggle with sleep was related to low feelings about herself, her work and relationships. She used one-to-one psychotherapy to work on those struggles and her low moods. Once Mary overcame her depression, her sleep patterns returned to normal.


Mike realised that his sleep problems became a lot worse after the first Coronavirus Lockdown. He chose to get his sleep back on track using CBT-i and then weekly psychotherapy to better understand the impact that Covid-19 had on him, and how he was able to move forward in his life.

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