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By Colleen E. Carney, PhD, author of Goodnight Mind for Teens

Let’s talk about one of the simpler causes of sleep problems in young adults: losing sight of the importance of preparing for sleep.

We need to set the stage for sleep

By Colleen Ehrnstrom, PhD, ABPP and Alisha L. Brosse, PhD

Whether your clients have been furloughed or are working overtime (on the front line and/or at home), it’s likely that their sleep schedule and habits have been affected by the global pandemic. Stress and anxiety may also be taking a toll on their sleep.  

In the current pandemic, keeping your immune system strong is extremely important. In a free e-booklet, How to Strengthen Your Inner Shield, physician and author Cynthia Li, MD, offers key science-based strategies, beyond physical distancing and hygiene measures, for building up what she calls your “inner shield.”



Dr. Li’s e-booklet covers:

By Catherine Polan Orzech, MA, LMFT, coauthor of Mindfulness for Insomnia 

If you’re like millions of us, you’re probably not. Did you know…

• The average person in the United States today sleeps 20% less than they did 100 years ago.

• More than 30% of the US population suffers from insomnia.

• People who suffer from sleep deprivation are 27% more likely to become overweight or obese.

By Alisha L. Brosse, PhD, and Colleen Ehrnstrom, PhD

Last week we talked about the role that dreams can play in the process of grieving the loss of a loved one. Dreams can complicate the process by disrupting the client’s normal sleep patterns.

Grief is a complex issue to treat. The practice of mindfulness meditation can give the client a greater sense of awareness and well-being in a grieving client’s waking life, but trouble sleeping due to disturbing dreams is a common symptom that can take a toll on her emotional and physical reserves.

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