My sleep training program is really two weeks: you spend the first one doing a sleep diary in order to calculate your new sleep quota and bedtime. After that, I use CBTi’ which is CBT techniques to help you re-learn healthy sleep habits (the ‘i’ stands for insomnia).
if you feel like your sleep has gotten derailed at some point and never made it back onto the tracks, or if you feel like your sleep is stuck in a cyclical pattern that you just can’t break out of, sleep coaching may be a good fit for you. If you feel like your sleep is “out of shape” and you need the sleep equivalent of a personal trainer to help you get your sleep back into shape, sleep coaching may be a good fit for you. (Sleep coaching may not be for everyone, however. If your sleep is disrupted due to significant health/mental health issues or if you think you may have a serious sleep disorder, you should seek help from your local medical professionals.)