With so much self-help available online for free, it can be hard to know when paying for a program makes sense. But the effectiveness of Internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia, or Internet-based CBTI, backed by more than a decade of research, makes it valuable for many people who struggle to get needed sleep. In fact, these programs can be downright economical compared to office visits with a therapist—should you be fortunate enough to even have a therapist nearby who practices CBTI. Researchers in the field began to develop Internet-based programs starting in the early 2000s precisely because there aren’t enough therapists trained in CBTI to care for the millions of people with insomnia who could benefit from it.
An End to Insomnia…and All You Need Is Wi-Fi (BottomLineInc)
July 2, 2018 by School of Medicine Webmaster