What is happening this month at Sleep Unlimited? – February 2023
What a way to start of the new year! Last month we were extremely busy with assessments and fully booked for training.
Dr Tom Adams has joined our training team to help with the increased demand for our training sessions. He had his first talk for the Sunderland and County Durham Royal Society for the Blind last month. The hour-long talk was on sleep and diabetes for their Diabetes Support Group. All of our sleep training is tailored to meet the needs of your team, organisation or support group – do reach out to us if you are interested in a training session at email@example.com.
Last month we launched of Part 3 of our REST Programme®️. Part 3 is an interactive group supervision session with Dr Lee. The sessions are only open for healthcare professionals who have received the Sleep Unlimited full two-day training in our REST Programme®️. These sessions are designed for those who have been using REST techniques with their clients and wish to receive additional supervision to ensure they are effectively treating their client’s sleep problems. For more information on our REST Programme®️ visit our website https://sleepunlimited.co.uk/next-courses/
January also marked the launch of our new actigraphy report and sleep management plan included with our actigraphy assessments. Our actigraphy assessments are to assess the activity of those with complex conditions, to gain insight into their daily routines and sleep problems over a two-week assessment period. Our aim for the new reports is to provide more detail into the data collected via the actiwatch in the actigraphy report. In the Sleep Management Plan, we are now providing a traffic light system to make implementing the personalised advice easier for our clients to follow. For more information about our actigraphy assessments please email firstname.lastname@example.org
New Team Member
This month we are very excited to be welcoming a new team member to our team, Dr Toby Cushing! Toby is a Clinical Psychologist and Sleep Specialist. She will be working alongside our assistant psychologists on our iSleep Reports and providing the follow up consultations to our clients.
We have previously discussed the importance of using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia (CBTi) in our iSleep assessments in one of our previous blogs, read more here https://sleepunlimited.co.uk/2022/06/01/what-is-happening-this-month-at-sleep-unlimited-june-2022/