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  • 1. Behavioral Sleep Medicine Training Roster 2007 Update Christina McCrae, PhD, CBSM Department of Clinical and Health Psychology University of Florida 352.273.6053 ph 352.273.6156 fx csmccrae@phhp.ufl.edu Sid Nau, PhD, CBSM Sleep Research Project The University of Alabama 205.348.5772 ph 205.348.5784 fx snau@as.ua.edu
  • 2. 2 Table of Contents Alabama 1. University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa) 3 Arizona 2. University of Arizona (Tucson) 4 California 3. University of California, Berkeley (Berkeley) 5 4. University of California, Los Angeles/VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System Sepulveda campus (Sepulveda) 8 5. Stanford University (Palo Alto) 9 6. Department of Psychiatry, University of California San Diego and SDSU/UCSD Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology (San Diego) 10 7. University of California, San Francisco (San Francisco) 11 Florida 8. University of Florida (Gainesville) 12 Illinois 9. Rush University Medical Center Sleep Disorders Service and Research Center (Chicago) 14 Maryland 10. Johns Hopkins Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program (Baltimore) 15 Michigan 11. University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) 17 Nebraska 12. University of Nebraska Medical Center/Children’s Hospital (Omaha) 18 New York 13. The City College of the City University of New York (New York City) 19 14. Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University (New York City) 20 15. Clinilabs – Sleep Disorders Institute (New York City) 21 16. University of Rochester Sleep & Neurophysiology Research Lab (Rochester) 22 North Carolina 17. Durham VA Medical Center (Durham) 23 18. East Carolina University and The Sleep Center of University Health Systems of East Carolina (Greenville) 24 Ohio 19. Wright State University (Dayton) 25 Pennsylvania
  • 3. 3 20. Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic/University of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh) 26 21. Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Sleep Center (Philadelphia) 27 22. Drexel University/Drexel Sleep Center (Philadelphia) 28 23. University of Pennsylvania/Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (Philadelphia) 29 Rhode Island 24. Brown Medical School Clinical Psychology Internship (Providence) 31 Texas 25. University of North Texas (Denton) 32 26. Wilford Hall Medical Center (Lackland Air Force Base) 34 27. University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Sleep Medicine Fellowship Program (Dallas) 35 Vermont 28. The Vermont Regional Sleep Center at Fletcher Allen Health Care /University of Vermont College of Medicine (Burlington) 36 Virginia 29. Sleep Disorders Center, Eastern Virginia Medical School /Sentara Norfolk General Hospital (Norfolk) 38 30. Virginia Commonwealth University (Richmond) 40 West Virginia 31. West Virginia University (Morgantown) 41 Australia 32. Flinders University Sleep Research/Insomnia Treatment Program (Adelaide) 42 Canada 33. Centre d’étude des troubles du sommeil – Université Laval (Quebec) 44 34. Université Montreal (Montreal) 46 35. University of Ottawa (Ottawa) 47 36. University of Toronto (Toronto) 48 Scotland 37. University of Glasgow (Glasgow) 49 Acknowledgement: Special thanks to Pamela Dubyak for word processing and formatting assistance.
  • 4. 4 ALABAMA 1. Kenneth Lichstein, PhD, CBSM (Department of Psychology, University of Alabama) Psychology lichstein@ua.edu 205-348-4962 http://sleepresearchproject.ua.edu/index.htm Site Information Setting Affiliated with an Accredited Sleep Disorder Center, University/College Training Offered Undergraduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Advise BSM–Related Dissertations, BSM Post-Doctoral Fellowship Accreditation APA Accredited Clinical Psychology Program #Faculty/Professionals Undergraduate (2), Graduate (5), Postdoctoral (1) Years Providing BSM Training 30 Current/Recent Trainees James P. Soeffing; Gregory Vander Wal; Yuriy Ustinov; Megan Ruiter; Haley Dillon; Melanie Means; Stacy Sanford; Kristen Stone; Les Gellis; Daniel Taylor; Christina McCrae Clinical BSM Training Relaxation, Stimulus Control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi- Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Individual, Administration of Manualized Treatments Patient Populations Adults, Geriatrics (aged 65+) Research Behavioral sleep medicine research with an emphasis insomnia in older adults, comorbid insomnia, and hypnotic-dependent insomnia. Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? None Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes
  • 5. 5 ARIZONA 2. Richard R. Bootzin, PhD (University of Arizona) Psychology Bootzin@u.arizona.edu 520-621-5705 Site Information Setting Affiliated with a Non-Accredited Center, University/College, Hospital/Medical Center Training Offered Undergraduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Clinical Rotation of Practicum in BSM (< 500 Hrs), Undergraduate Course in Sleep Medicine, Graduate Course in Sleep Medicine, Advise BSM–Related Dissertations, BSM Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Supervision of BSM Work outside of Formal Internships or Fellowships, Supervision of CBT-I outside of Formal Internships or Fellowships Accreditation APA Accredited Clinical Psychology Program, APA Accredited Clinical Psychology Internship #Faculty/Professionals Undergraduate (10), Graduate (6) Years Providing BSM Training 20 Current/Recent Trainees Peter Franzen; Tracy Kuo; Elaine T. Bailey; Willoughby Britton; Keith Fridel; Brant Hasler; Tricia Haynes; Dana Epstein; Rachel Manber; James Wyatt; Michael Perlis; Cindy Dorsey; Jennifer Cousins; Jennifer Breslin; Leisha Smith; Elaine Blank Clinical BSM Training Relaxation/Hypnotherapy, Stimulus Control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi-Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), CPAP Adherence Program, Positional Therapy for OSA, Light Therapy (for Insomnia), Light Therapy for Circadian Rhythm Disorders, Pediatric Sleep Disorders (besides Sleep Apnea), Behavioral Management of Narcolepsy Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Group, Therapy – Individual, Administration of Manualized Treatments Patient Populations Pediatrics, Adults, Geriatrics (aged 65+), Medical Populations Research There are a wide range of research topics being explored including basic research in sleep and cognition and clinical research exploring the etiology and treatment of insomnia and other sleep disturbances either alone or with comorbid health and/or emotional problems. Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? None Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes
  • 6. 6 CALIFORNIA 3. Allison G. Harvey, PhD (University of California, Berkeley) Psychology aharvey@berkeley.edu 510-642-7138 http://socrates.berkeley.edu/~sleeplab/ Site Information Setting University/College, Community Mental Health Center Training Offered Undergraduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Undergraduate Course in Sleep Medicine, Undergraduate Course in BSM, Graduate Course in Sleep Medicine, Graduate Course in BSM, Advise BSM–Related Dissertations, BSM Post-Doctoral Fellowship Accreditation APA Accredited Clinical Psychology Program #Faculty/Professionals Undergraduate (35), Graduate (35), Postdoctoral (35) Years Providing BSM Training 2 Current/Recent Trainees Kate Kaplan; Lisa Talbot; Ellie McGlinchey Clinical BSM Training Stimulus Control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi-Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), Pediatric Sleep Disorders (besides Sleep Apnea) Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Individual, Administration of Manualized Treatments Patient Populations Pediatrics, Adults, Bipolar Disorder Research Our group works on insomnia, on understanding the role of sleep disturbance across psychiatric disorders and on sleep across the age range. These three arms to our research program are briefly described below (superscripts refer to the list of publications). In all arms of our research the approach is (1) to identify the processes that cause and maintain difficulty sleeping by conducting experiments that activate and deactivate the processes of interest so as to observe the impact on symptoms and (2) to use the results of these experiments to develop highly efficient and effective new treatments by developing methods that reverse the causal processes identified in the experiments. 1. Chronic insomnia Previous research on chronic insomnia has tended to focus on treatment outcome research. Hence, research is needed to identify the specific processes involved in developing and maintaining insomnia1. The hypothesis we have been testing is that, regardless of the original trigger, chronic insomnia is partly maintained by a cascade of cognitive processes operating during the night and the day.2 The research underway aims to establish the extent to which cognitive processes play a role (1) by conducting experiments that activate and deactivate various cognitive processes e.g.,3 and (2) by refining and testing a new cognitive therapy treatment designed to reverse the cognitive processes.4 Two of the new directions currently underway are: 1. Although in the past we have worked mainly on cognitive processes (e.g., worry/rumination, attention, memory, reasoning), we are currently mapping the interaction between cognitive processes, emotional processes (measured by psychophysiology, FACS coding, subjective ratings) and biological processes (measured by ERP and fMRI).
  • 7. 7 2. We are conducting investigations of daytime impairment in insomnia. The vast majority of the research, theory and treatment for chronic insomnia has focused on night-time symptoms and processes, even though there are well established daytime consequences. This work also has potential implications for conditions such chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia. 2. Sleep disturbance across other psychiatric disorders: A transdiagnostic approach Working across a range of psychiatric disorders, we have been struck by the similarities in the processes that maintain different psychiatric disorders. Although the dominant approach taken to studying psychiatric disorders has been 'disorder focused' (i.e., researchers tending to specialize in one disorder, seeking to systematically illuminate its phenomenology, cause, maintenance, and treatment), Dr. Harvey and her collaborators Drs. Ed Watkins (University of Exeter, UK), Warren Mansell (Manchester University) and Roz Shafran (University of Oxford, UK) have shown the viability and benefits of shifting perspective away from a 'disorder focus' toward elucidating the common mechanisms across disorders.5 Among the advantages of taking an across disorder approach is that it may help to explain the high rates of comorbidity observed among patients with psychiatric disorders. Our focus so far has been on showing that cognitive and behavioural processes of thought (worry/rumination), attention, memory, reasoning and avoidance are transdiagnostic5 but it is possible that the same approach could be taken for emotional and biological processes. Currently we are interested in sleep disturbance as a transdiagnostic process. The rationale is (a) that chronic insomnia is a symptom of most disorders and (b) longitudinal epidemiological studies indicate that chronic insomnia is a risk factor for the development of several psychiatric disorders6. Hence, our group has begun to test the relevance of research on chronic insomnia to other psychiatric disorders known to be characterized by sleep disturbance. We have investigated sleep in PTSD.7 At the moment our focus is on bipolar disorder. Sleep disturbance is a core feature of bipolar disorder8 and it escalates just before an episode and worsens further during an episode (Jackson et al., 2003; JAD, vol 74, p. 209-17). Moreover, there is empirical evidence indicating that sleep disturbance may be one causal pathway that leads to relapse in bipolar disorder (Wehr et al., 1987; AJP, vol 144, p. 201-4). Our ongoing research aims to (1) identify the mechanisms that cause sleep to be so pervasively disturbed in those affected by bipolar disorder, (2) identify the mechanisms that cause sleep disturbance to trigger an episode and (3) develop an intervention that reduces sleep disturbance in individuals affected by bipolar disorder. 3. Sleep disturbance across the age range Although most of our research to date has been conducted on adults, a recent interest has been to examine the applicability of our work with adults to other phases of the lifespan. a. Infancy. In collaboration with the Oxford Parents Project (PI: Dr. Alan Stein) based in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Oxford, we are investigating sleep disturbance in infancy as an index of developing emotion regulation skill. b. Children and adolescents with bipolar disorder. In collaboration with the Hinshaw lab at UC Berkeley, we are interested in understanding the contribution of sleep disturbance to symptoms of bipolar disorder in children and adolescents.9 c. Adolescence. In collaboration with Dr. Greg Clarke at Kaiser Foundation Hospitals (Portland, Oregon) and Dr. Ron Dahl at the University of Pittsburgh we are conducting investigations to identify the impact of sleep disturbance in adolescence, as well as developing an intervention for adolescents with insomnia. Selected Publications 1 Harvey, A.G., & Tang, N.K.J. (2003). Cognitive behaviour therapy for insomnia: Can we rest yet? Sleep Medicine Reviews, 7, 237-262.
  • 8. 8 2 Harvey, A.G. (2002). A cognitive model of insomnia. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 40, 869-893. 3 Tang, N., & Harvey, A.G. (2004). Effects if cognitive arousal and physiological arousal on sleep perception. Sleep, 27, 69-78. 4 Harvey, A.G. (2005). Toward a cognitive theory and therapy for chronic insomnia. Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy: An international quarterly, 19, 41-59. 5 Harvey, A.G., Watkins, E., Mansell, W. & Shafran, R. (2004). Cognitive behavioural processes across psychological disorders: A transdiagnostic approach to research and treatment. Oxford University Press. 6 Harvey, A.G. (2001). Insomnia: Symptom or diagnosis? Clinical Psychology Review, 21, 1037-1059. 7 Harvey, A.G., Jones, C., & Schmidt, A.D. (2003). Sleep and posttraumatic stress disorder: A review. Clinical Psychology Review, 23, 377-407. 8 Harvey, A.G., Schmidt, D.A., Scarnà, A., Neitzert Semler, C., & Goodwin, G.M. (2005). Sleep in bipolar disorder: A comparison of euthymic bipolar patients, insomnia patients and good sleepers. American Journal of Psychiatry, 162, 50-57. 9 Harvey, A.G., Mullin, B.C., & Hinshaw, S.P. (in press). Sleep and circadian rhythms in children and adolescents with Bipolar Disorder. Development and Psychopathology. Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? Formal Classes, Seminars/Workshops Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes
  • 9. 9 4. Jennifer L. Martin, PhD (University of California, Los Angeles / VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System – Sepulveda campus) Medicine Jennifer.Martin@va.gov 818-895-9311 Cathy A. Alessi, MD Medicine Cathy.Alessi@va.gov 818-895-9311 Site Information Setting University/College, Hospital/Medical Center, Veterans Administration Training Offered Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Advise BSM–Related Dissertations, BSM Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Supervision of BSM Work outside of Formal Internships or Fellowships, Supervision of CBT-I outside of Formal Internships or Fellowships Accreditation APA Accredited Clinical Psychology Program (Health Psychology, Neuropsychology, Geropsychology), Pre-internship Graduate Level Practica in Health and Geriatrics, ACGME Certified Sleep Medicine Fellowship Program #Faculty/Professionals Not provided Years Providing BSM Training 2 Current/Recent Trainees Mark Shimizaki, MD; Stephanie Davidson, MA; Taranum Alam, MD Clinical BSM Training Stimulus Control, Sleep Restriction, Multi-Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), Light Therapy for Circadian Rhythm Disorders, General Training in Sleep and Sleep Disorders through Sleep Medicine Fellowship Program Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Individual, Administration of Manualized Treatments Patient Populations Adults, Geriatrics (aged 65+), Medical Populations Research Site primarily provides research training in geriatric sleep disorders via individual arrangements with faculty, including pre- and post-doctoral training. Supervised experience in delivery of manualized CBT-I in the context of research protocols is also available. The site also has an affiliated APA accredited clinical psychology internship with general training in health psychology (including sleep). Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? Not provided Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes. Please contact Dr. Martin or Dr. Alessi directly.
  • 10. 10 5. Rachel Manber, PhD, CBSM (Stanford University) Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences rmanber@stanford.edu 650-724-2377 http://insomnia.stanford.edu/ Site Information Setting AASM Accredited Training Program in BSM, Affiliated with an Accredited Sleep Disorder Center, University/College, Hospital/Medical Center Training Offered BSM Post-Doctoral Fellowship (2-year research position and a 1-year clinical training position); Graduate Level – Research (including BSM–Related Dissertations) & Clinical Opportunities; Undergraduate Course in Sleep Medicine, Advise, Accreditation AASM Accredited Training Program in BSM, APA accredited clinical psychology program (PGSP/Stanford Consortium PsyD program), NIMH training grant (T-32) and Other Post Doctoral Venues #Faculty/Professionals Graduate (2), Postdoctoral (3), Professional (3) Years Providing BSM Training 8 Current/Recent Trainees Tracy Kuo, PhD; Tammy Moroz, PhD; Jason Ong, PhD; Elena Gonzales, PhD Clinical BSM Training Relaxation, Stimulus Control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi- Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia, CPAP Adherence Program, CPAP Desensitization, Positional Therapy for OSA, Light Therapy for Circadian Rhythm Disorders, Pediatric Sleep Disorders (besides Sleep Apnea), Paramonias, other EDS Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Group, Therapy – Individual, Administration of Manualized Treatments Patient Populations Pediatrics, Adults, Geriatrics (aged 65+), Medical Populations & Psychiatric Research Research training aims to foster independent research focused on each trainee’s interest and is not limited to the current project in our program. Current ongoing research projects include the treatment of insomnia co morbid with depression, mindfulness based stress reduction in insomnia, motivational interviewing in insomnia, neuropsychological consequences of treated and untreated insomnia, and access to a large clinical data base of insomnia patients. Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? None Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes
  • 11. 11 6. Sonia Ancoli-Israel, PhD, CBSM (Department of Psychiatry, University of California San Diego and SDSU/UCSD Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology) Psychiatry sancoliisrael@ucsd.edu 858-642-3828 Sean Drummond, PhD Psychiatry Drummond@ucsd.edu 858-642-1274 Site Information Setting Affiliated with a Non-Accredited Center, University/College, Hospital/Medical Center Training Offered Undergraduate Level – Research Opportunities, Undergraduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Clinical Rotation of Practicum in BSM (< 500 hrs), Graduate Course in Sleep Medicine, Advise BSM–Related Dissertations, BSM Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Supervision of BSM Work outside of Formal Internships or Fellowships, Supervision of CBT-I outside of Formal Internships or Fellowships Accreditation APA accredited clinical psychology program Specialty / Area: Behavioral Medicine, Experimental Psychopathology, Neuropsychology; Formal Predoctoral Psychology Internship training opportunities, although not a full BSM-focused rotation; Post-Doctoral Opportunities #Faculty/Professionals Undergraduate (3), Graduate (3), Postdoctoral (3), Professional (3) Years Providing BSM Training 15+ Current/Recent Trainees Sean Drummond; Jennifer Martin; Tricia Haynes; Michael Grandner; Sara Nowokowski; Sara Mednick; Carl Stepnowsky; Mairav Cohen-Zion; Lavinia Fiorentino; Henry Orff; Liat Ayalon; Ben McKenna Clinical BSM Training Stimulus Control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi-Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), CPAP Adherence Program, Light Therapy (for Insomnia), Light Therapy for Circadian Rhythm Disorders, Imagery Rehearsal Therapy (IRT) for Nightmares Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Individual, Administration of Manualized Treatments Patient Populations Adults, Geriatrics (aged 65+), Medical Populations, Psychiatric Populations Research Light therapy for sleep and fatigue in breast cancer; Relationship between sleep, fatigue and chemobrain; Effect of treating sleep apnea on cognition in Parkinson’s disease; Effect of sleep deprivation on cognition as measured through functional MRI and cognitive testing Sleep and substance abuse Role of sleep in learning and memory Cognitive function in sleep apnea and insomnia Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? Seminars/Workshops Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes
  • 12. 12 7. Kathryn A. Lee, PhD, CBSM (University of California, San Francisco) Family Health Care Nursing kathryn.lee@ucsf.edu 415-476-4442 http://nurseweb.ucsf.edu Site Information Setting University/College Training Offered Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities Accreditation Advanced Practice Nursing and Doctoral and Postdoctoral Nursing #Faculty/Professionals Graduate (5), Postdoctoral (5), Professional (5) Years Providing BSM Training 10 Current/Recent Trainees Pamela Minarik (current); Geoffry McEnany; Sylvia (Shih-Yu) Lee; Teresa Ward Clinical BSM Training Not provided Clinical Experiences None Patient Populations Adults, Medical Populations, Psychiatric Populations Research Research is primarily funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to study sleep and health outcomes in childbearing families, menopausal women, and in adults with chronic health conditions (cancer, HIV/AIDS, etc.). We also have a T32 training grant from NIH Institute of Nursing Research to provide advanced training for doctoral-prepared nurses in management of symptoms that include insomnia and daytime fatigue, as well as clusters of symptoms associated with sleep (such as depression, anxiety, and pain). Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? Seminars/Workshops Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes Additional Information Our site is ideally suited to advanced training for nurses who seeking skill in research design and methods that will advance intervention trials for co-morbid insomnia and sleep-related symptoms in populations living with chronic illnesses.
  • 13. 13 FLORIDA 8. Christina McCrae, PhD, CBSM (University of Florida) Clinical and Health Psychology csmccrae@phhp.ufl.edu 352-273-6053 http://chp.phhp.ufl.edu/ Site Information Setting Affiliated with an Accredited Sleep Disorder Center, University/College, Hospital/Medical Center Training Offered Undergraduate Level – Research Opportunities, Undergraduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Clinical Rotation of Practicum in BSM (< 500 hrs), Graduate Course in Sleep Medicine, Graduate Course in BSM, Advise BSM–Related Dissertations, Supervision of BSM Work outside of Formal Internships or Fellowships, Supervision of CBT-I outside of Formal Internships or Fellowships Accreditation APA Accredited Clinical Psychology Program Specialty / Area: Health #Faculty/Professionals Undergraduate (1), Graduate (3), Postdoctoral (3), Professional (3) Years Providing BSM Training 6 Current/Recent Trainees Pamela Dubyak; Natalie Cross; Ashley Stripling; Natalie Dautovich; Joseph McNamara; Joseph Dzierzewski Clinical BSM Training Relaxation, Stimulus Control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi- Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), Biofeedback, CPAP Desensitization, Positional Therapy for OSA, Light Therapy (for insomnia), Light Therapy for Circadian Rhythm Disorders Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Individual, Administration of Manualized Treatments Patient Populations Adults, Geriatrics (aged 65+), Medical Populations Research Dr. Christina McCrae, director of UF’s Sleep Research Lab, is a clinical psychologist who specializes in both behavioral sleep medicine and geropsychology. Her research focuses on cognitive-behavioral interventions for insomnia in older adults. Specific areas of interest include: • Examining older adults' sleep patterns using self-report sleep diaries and actigraphy (measures body movements and provides an objective estimate of sleep) • Exploring the relationship (both inter- and intraindividual variability) between sleep and cognitive performance in older adults with insomnia • Examining sleep and cognitive performance in hypnotic dependent older adults • Exploring short-term variability in, and dynamic coupling between, sleep and affect in older adults • Developing and testing theory-driven techniques for improving adherence and outcome in behavioral intervention protocols • Examining the clinical effectiveness of behavioral interventions with insomnia with older patients in primary care settings • Examining the efficacy of behavioral interventions for insomnia in medical patients (cardiac, pain) Current trainee research projects examine: • The association between daytime napping of healthy older adults and their nocturnal sleep quality • Sleep's relation to cognitive performance in older adults
  • 14. 14 • Short-term variability in, and dynamic coupling between, sleep and cognitive performance in older adults • Short-term variability in, and dynamic coupling between, sleep and physical activity in older adults • Insomnia interventions including cognitive-behavioral treatments for older adults, with particular emphasis on ambient light and circadian rhythm related variables • The affect and empowerment of older adults, evaluation of treatment effectiveness, and how these variables affect older adults as well as their sleep • Variation and changes in sleep/wake cycles as we age and variables affecting these changes • The relationship between the misperception of sleep and mood in caregivers • The objective and subjective sleep differences in caregiving and noncaregiving older adults Current undergraduate research projects explore: • The differences between napping and sleep behaviors in younger and older adults • The relationship between light exposure at specific times of day and sleep Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? Workshops on manualized CBT-I provided annually for CE credit through UF’s Dept of Clinical & Health Psychology, Workshops provided on request Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes
  • 15. 15 ILLINOIS 9. James K. Wyatt, PhD, CBSM (Rush University Medical Center, Sleep Disorders Service and Research Center) Behavioral Sciences jwyatt@rush.edu 312-942-5440 http://www.rush.edu/sleepcenter Site Information Setting AASM Accredited Training Program in BSM, Affiliated with an Accredited Sleep Disorder Center, University/College, Hospital/Medical Center Training Offered Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Clinical Rotation of Practicum in BSM (< 500 Hrs), BSM Internship (> 500 Hrs), Advise BSM–Related Dissertations Accreditation APA accredited clinical psychology program Specialty/Area: Health Psychology Internship Program #Faculty/Professionals Graduate (2), Postdoctoral (6) Years Providing BSM Training Not provided Current/Recent Trainees Aisha Kazi (06-07 Health Psychology Intern); Angela Lawson (06-07 Health Psychology Intern); Kelly Baron-Glazer (06-07 Health Psychology Intern); Jennifer Klemp (06-07 Health Psychology Intern) Clinical BSM Training Stimulus Control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi-Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia, CPAP Adherence Program, CPAP Desensitization, Positional Therapy for OSA, Light Therapy for Circadian Rhythm Disorders, Pediatric Sleep Disorders (besides Sleep Apnea), Behavioral Management of Narcolepsy Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Individual Patient Populations Pediatrics, Adults, Geriatrics (aged 65+), Medical populations Research See web site and PubMed. Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? None Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) No Additional Information Not currently accepting informal applications for BSM training outside of our established training program.
  • 16. 16 MARYLAND 10. Michael T. Smith, PhD, CBSM (Johns Hopkins Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program) Psychiatry msmith62@jhmi.edu 443-287-2384 http://www.sleeplessinbaltimore.com Una McCann, MD Psychiatry umccann@jhmi.edu Site Information Setting Affiliated with an Accredited Sleep Disorder Center, University/College, Hospital/Medical Center Training Offered Undergraduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, BSM Post-Doctoral Fellowship Accreditation Applicants must have earned Ph.D. prior to starting fellowship. #Faculty/Professionals Undergraduate (2), Graduate (1), Postdoctoral (1) Years Providing BSM Training 1 Current/Recent Trainees Emerson Wickwire Clinical BSM Training Relaxation/Hypnotherapy, Stimulus Control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi-Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), CPAP Desensitization, Positional Therapy for OSA, Light Therapy (for Insomnia), Light Therapy for Circadian Rhythm Disorders Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Individual, Administration of Manualized Treatments Patient Populations Adults, Geriatrics (aged 65+), Medical Populations, Chronic Pain, Psychiatric (uni & bipolar depression; Anxiety, PTSD) Research All fellowships involve some research experience ranging from 25% to 75% effort, depending on interest and funding. Research training will be provided by matching the fellow's interests with ongoing faculty research. Activity in a research project is expected. Preference will be given to candidates with strong research interests and potential. Fellows will have access to active research mentorship in four broad areas: 1) Sleep in neuropsychiatric / behavioral disorders [drug abuse (amphetamine-type stimulants, benzodiazepines or opioids), sleep & neurotoxicity, traumatic brain injury, dementia, trauma / anxiety disorders]; 2) Sleep in medical disorders (rheumatologic disease, chronic pain, burn injury, cardiovascular disease, breast cancer); 3) Psychiatric, physiologic & behavioral dimensions of primary sleep disorders (restless legs syndrome, primary insomnia, sleep disordered breathing, sleep bruxism, circadian rhythm d/o, & parasomnias), 4) Physiologic and neurocognitive consequences of sleep deprivation Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? Seminars / workshops: weekly seminar + multiple other opportunities commensurate with interest Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes Additional It is expected that most fellows will already have some clinical experience conducting
  • 17. 17 Information CBT for insomnia. Applicants are expected to have well-rounded psychodiagnostic and clinical skills. Individual supervision hours meet requirements for eligibility for state licensure as a clinical psychologist.
  • 18. 18 MICHIGAN 11. J. Todd Arnedt, PhD, CBSM (University of Michigan) Psychiatry tarnedt@med.umich.edu 734-764-1234 Site Information Setting Affiliated with an Accredited Sleep Disorder Center, Hospital/Medical Center Training Offered Undergraduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Clinical Rotation of Practicum in BSM (< 500 Hrs), Undergraduate Course in Sleep Medicine, Graduate Course in Sleep Medicine, Advise BSM–Related Dissertations, BSM Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Supervision of CBT-I outside of Formal Internships or Fellowships Accreditation APA accredited clinical psychology program Specialty / Area: Adult Clinical Psychology #Faculty/Professionals Graduate (3), Postdoctoral (6) Years Providing BSM Training 3 Current/Recent Trainees Jennifer Robert, PhD; Deirdre Conroy, PhD; Leslie Swanson, PhD Clinical BSM Training Relaxation/Hypnotherapy, Stimulus Control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi-Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), CPAP Adherence Program, CPAP Desensitization, Positional Therapy for OSA, Light Therapy (for Insomnia), Light Therapy for Circadian Rhythm Disorders, Pediatric Sleep Disorders (besides Sleep Apnea), Behavioral Management of Narcolepsy Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Group, Therapy – Individual, Administration of Manualized Treatments Patient Populations Pediatrics, Adults, Geriatrics (aged 65+), Medical Populations, Psychiatric Populations Research Areas of research interest include: 1. Psychological interventions for insomnia and circadian rhythm disorders 2. Mechanisms of sleep disturbance in comorbid insomnia 3. Sleep and biological rhythm regulation across the lifespan 4. Gender differences in sleep and biological rhythm regulation 5. Sleep and alcohol use and abuse 6. Performance-related consequences of sleep loss 7. Psychological interventions to improve adherence Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? None Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes
  • 19. 19 NEBRASKA 12. Brett R. Kuhn, PhD, CBSM (University of Nebraska Medical Center/Children’s Hospital) Department of Pediatric Psychology brkuhn@unmc.edu 402-559-6408 http://www.unl.edu/nicpp/internships/mmi.shtml Site Information Setting Affiliated with a Non-Accredited Center, Hospital/Medical Center (Children’s Sleep Disorders Center: In affiliation with the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Training Offered Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Clinical Rotation of Practicum in BSM (< 500 Hrs), Advise BSM–Related Dissertations, BSM Post-Doctoral Fellowship Accreditation APA accredited clinical psychology program Specialty/Area: Behavioral Pediatrics/Clinical Child Psychology #Faculty/Professionals Undergraduate (4), Graduate (8), Postdoctoral (10) Years Providing BSM Training 14 Current/Recent Trainees Holly Filcheck, PhD (West Virginia University); Connie Schnoes, PhD (University of Nebraska – Lincoln); Michael Cruce, PhD (Oklahoma State University); Holly Zumpfe, PhD (Illinois State University); Melissa Scoggins, PhD (Southern Mississippi University); Lorrie Chambers, PhD (Mississippi State University); Stacy Kosse, PhD (University Nebraska – Lincoln); Sunnye Mayes, PhD (University of Kansas); Thresa Yancey, PhD (University Nebraska – Lincoln) Clinical BSM Training Relaxation/Hypnotherapy, Stimulus Control, Sleep Restriction, Biofeedback, CPAP Adherence Program, CPAP Desensitization, Light Therapy for Circadian Rhythm Disorders, Pediatric Sleep Disorders (besides Sleep Apnea) Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Individual, Administration of Manualized Treatments Patient Populations Pediatrics Research Feel free to call Dr. Kuhn to discuss research projects that are currently underway, or to get a list of publications. Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? Seminars/Workshops Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes
  • 20. 20 NEW YORK 13. Art Spielman, PhD, CBSM (The City College of the City University of New York) Sleep Disorders Center Department of Psychology SpielmanNYC@aol.com 212-366-9399 Site Information Setting Masters, Doctoral Psychology Programs at the University Training Offered Site provides didactic and practica training in BSM in both research and clinical domains in the Cognitive Neuroscience doctoral program and affiliated hospitals. Accreditation #Faculty/Professionals Two full-time Professors (Spielman and Fishbein) at the University and multiple sleep professionals at hospitals. Years Providing BSM Training 20 years Current/Recent Trainees Dr. Deidre Conroy; Dr. Matt Ebben; Dr. Paul D’Ambrosio Clinical BSM Training Didactic and Practica Courses Clinical Experiences Patients at Two Sleep Disorders Centers Patient Populations Sleep Disorders Research Insomnia, Circadian Rhythms, Sleep Apnea Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? Informal Training Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes
  • 21. 21 14. Matthew R. Ebben, PhD, CBSM (Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University) Neurology and Neuroscience mae2001@med.cornell.edu 212-746-2354 Arthur J. Spielman, PhD, CBSM Neurology and Neuroscience SpielmanNYC@aol.com 212-746-2623 Charles P. Pollak, MD Neurology and Neuroscience chp2009@med.cornell.edu 212-746-2623 Site Information Setting Affiliated with an Accredited Sleep Disorder Center, University/College, Hospital/Medical Center Training Offered Undergraduate Level – Research Opportunities, Undergraduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Clinical Rotation of Practicum in BSM (< 500 Hrs), Graduate Course in Sleep Medicine, Graduate Course in BSM, Advise BSM–Related Dissertations, BSM Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Supervision of BSM Work outside of Formal Internships or Fellowships, Supervision of CBT-I outside of Formal Internships or Fellowships Accreditation #Faculty/Professionals Undergraduate (1), Graduate (2), Postdoctoral (3), Professional (3) Years Providing BSM Training Not provided Current/Recent Trainees Matthew R. Ebben, PhD (2004); Paul D’Ambrosio, PhD (2004) Clinical BSM Training Relaxation/Hypnotherapy, Stimulus control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi-Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), Biofeedback, CPAP Adherence Program, CPAP Desensitization, Positional Therapy for OSA, Light Therapy (for Insomnia), Light Therapy for Circadian Rhythm Disorders, Pediatric Sleep Disorders (besides Sleep Apnea), Behavioral Management of Narcolepsy Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Individual, Administration of Manualized Treatments Patient Populations Pediatrics, Adults, Geriatrics (aged 65+), Medical Populations Research Currently we have research protocols investigating new behavioral treatments for insomnia and new objective and subjective measurements of restless legs syndrome. Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? None Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes
  • 22. 22 15. Stephen Lund, MD (Clinilabs – Sleep Disorders Institute) Sleep Disorders Institute slund@clinilabs.com 212-994-4570 Gary Zammit, PhD Sleep Disorders Institute gzammit@clinilabs.com 212-994-4560 Site Information Setting Affiliated with an Accredited Sleep Disorder Center, Hospital/Medical Center, Group Private Practice Training Offered Graduate Course in Sleep Medicine, Graduate Course in BSM Accreditation Extension of an AASM-accredited Sleep Medicine Fellowship #Faculty/Professionals Postdoctoral (2), Professional (4) Years Providing BSM Training 15 Current/Recent Trainees Leslie Taub, DNSc (to start 7/7); Stephanie Silberman, PhD (fairly recent); John Oropello, MD (current); Maha Ahmad, MD (current); Anita Bhola, MD (current); Vivek Kaul, MD (current); Rajendra Rampersaud, MD (current); Navin Verma, MD (current); Nina Konstantinova, MD (current); Vinette D’Costa, MD (recent) ; Dipakkumar Malli, MD (recent); Adrian Bucerzan, MD (recent) Clinical BSM Training Relaxation/Hypnotherapy, Stimulus Control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi-Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), CPAP Adherence Program, CPAP Desensitization, Positional Therapy for OSA, Weight Loss Programs, Light Therapy (for Insomnia), Light Therapy for Circadian Rhythm Disorders, Pediatric Sleep Disorders (besides Sleep Apnea), Behavioral Management of Narcolepsy Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Group, Therapy – Individual, Administration of Manualized Treatments, Patient Populations Pediatrics, Adults, Geriatrics (aged 65+) Research While Clinilabs is active with many pharmaceutical industry research protocols, in which fellows occasionally participate, each fellow is required to devise their own individual research projects with the minimal goal of submission of an abstract to the APSS meeting and maximal goal of submission of a pier-reviewed article for publication in one of the sleep journals. This year 4 of our fellows’ abstracts were ready on time for submission to the APSS meeting and were accepted. The other 3 will submit their abstracts to next year’s APSS meeting since they did not have enough time to finish their prospective studies on time to meet the deadline. Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? None Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes Additional Information We are looking forward to possibly expanding our BSM opportunities in the near future and are looking into applying for BSM accreditation.
  • 23. 23 16. Michael L. Perlis, PhD (University of Rochester Sleep & Neurophysiology Research Lab) Psychiatry Michael_Perlis@urmc.rochester.edu 585-275-3568 http://www.ursrl.com Sara Matteson-Rusby, PsyD Psychiatry Sara_Matteson@urmc.rochester.edu 585-275-8914 Wilfred Pigeon, PhD, CBSM Psychiatry Wilfred_Pigeon@urmc.rochester.edu 585-275-3374 Site Information Setting AASM Accredited Training Program in BSM, Affiliated with an Accredited Sleep Disorder Center, University/College, Hospital/Medical Center Training Offered Undergraduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, BSM Internship (> 500 Hrs), BSM Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Supervision of CBT-I outside of Formal Internships or Fellowships Accreditation APA Accredited Clinical Psychology Program, AASM Approved Post Doctoral Fellowship #Faculty/Professionals Undergraduate (4), Graduate (6), Postdoctoral (4), Professional (3) Years Providing BSM Training 10 Current/Recent Trainees Michael Smith, PhD; Michael Pratt, PhD; Christine O’Brien; Timothy Enright, PhD; Wilfred Pigeon, PhD; Henry Orff; Sara Nowakowski; Cindy Phillips Clinical BSM Training Relaxation/Hypnotherapy, Stimulus Control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi-Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), CPAP Desensitization, Positional Therapy for OSA, Light Therapy (for Insomnia), Light Therapy for Circadian Rhythm Disorders, Behavioral Management of Narcolepsy Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Individual, Administration of Manualized Treatments Patient Populations Adults, Geriatrics (aged 65+), Medical populations Research Our site focuses on insomnia research in general, and on the relationship between insomnia and other mental and physical disorders such as depression, PTSD, chronic pain and diabetes in particular. We are also engaged in collaborative projects with researchers both locally and abroad to study various aspects of sleep and sleep architecture and to test theories of and treatments for insomnia. Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? Seminars/Workshops Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes
  • 24. 24 NORTH CAROLINA 17. Jack D. Edinger, PhD, CBSM (Durham VA Medical Center) Psychology jack.edinger@va.gov 919-286-6934 http://www.duke.edu/~ayo/dvamc.htm Melanie K. Means, PhD, CBSM Psychology melanie.means@va.gov 919-286-0411 x7025 http://www.duke.edu/~ayo/dvamc.htm Site Information Setting Affiliated with a Non-Accredited Center, Hospital/Medical Center Training Offered BSM Clinical Rotation of APA-Approved Psychology Internship Program Accreditation APA Accredited Clinical Psychology Program #Faculty/Professionals Graduate (2) Years Providing BSM Training 15 Current/Recent Trainees Meredith Rumble, MA; Philip Gehrman, PhD, CBSM; Margaret Lineberger, PhD Clinical BSM Training Relaxation/Hypnotherapy, Stimulus Control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi-Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), CPAP Adherence Program, CPAP Desensitization, Positional Therapy for OSA, Behavioral Management of Narcolepsy, Nightmare Rescripting, Actigraphy, Behavioral Treatments for Circadian Rhythm Disorders and Insufficient Sleep Syndrome Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Individual, Administration of Manualized Treatments, Patient Populations Adults, Geriatrics (aged 65+), Medical Populations, Psychiatric Populations Research Psychology interns may have the opportunity to conduct BSM-related research during their internship tenure. Some of our current BSM research projects include CPAP adherence in individuals with psychiatric disorders, the application of CBT-I in fibromyalgia patients, the impact of a single sleep consultation on primary care patients with a sleep complaint, and the validity and reliability of insomnia diagnoses. Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? Seminars/Workshops Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes Additional Information The Psychology Internship Program at the Durham VAMC has a part-time 6 month rotation in the Sleep Disorders Clinic. More information about our internship can be found at http://www.duke.edu/~ayo/dvamc.htm. Although there is no formal post- doctoral fellowship or training program, there are occasional opportunities for post- doctoral training in behavioral sleep medicine.
  • 25. 25 18. D. Erik Everhart, PhD, CBSM (East Carolina University and The Sleep Center of University Health Systems of East Carolina) Psychology, Rawl Building, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC 27858 everhartd@ecu.edu 252-328-4138 http://www.ecu.edu/psyc/everhartd/everhart.html http://www.uhseast.com/body.cfm?id=42 Daniel Lee, MD Neurology 252-847-7500 Site Information Setting Affiliated with an Accredited Sleep Disorder Center, University/College, Hospital/Medical Center, Specialty Practice, Group Private Practice, Individual Private Practice Training Offered Undergraduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Clinical Rotation of Practicum in BSM (< 500 Hrs), Advise BSM–Related Dissertations, Supervision of BSM Work outside of Formal Internships or Fellowships, Supervision of CBT-I outside of Formal Internships or Fellowships Accreditation Non Accredited Clinical Psychology Program, East Carolina University has a new doctoral program in health psychology. We are now seeking APA accreditation. #Faculty/Professionals Undergraduate (2), Graduate (2) Years Providing BSM Training 1 Current/Recent Trainees Alicia Moran (doctoral student, current); Katie LeHockey (undergraduate, current) Clinical BSM Training Stimulus control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi-Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), CPAP Adherence Program, CPAP Desensitization, Positional Therapy for OSA, Behavioral Management of Narcolepsy Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Individual Patient Populations Adults, Geriatrics (aged 65+), Medical Populations Research The research program is currently divided into two arms: 1) Researchers are actively involved in clinical trials that are industry initiated. 2) Researchers are also involved in investigator initiated studies including the following: a) Psychological correlates of adherences to CPAP in OSA. b) Neurocognitive correlates of OSA and RLS c) Psychological and neurocognitive change following gastric bypass surgery. d) Sex related differences in sleep architecture among individuals with OSA Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? Seminars/Workshops, Journal Club Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes
  • 26. 26 OHIO 19. Michael Bonnet, PhD (Wright State University) VA Hospital; Dayton, OH bonnetmichael@yahoo.com 937-267-3910 Site Information Setting Not provided Training Offered Site primarily provides research training in BSM. Substantial amounts of both clinical training and research training can be obtained, depending upon interest. Accreditation Not provided #Faculty/Professionals Not provided Years Providing BSM Training Not provided Current/Recent Trainees Not provided Clinical BSM Training Not provided Clinical Experiences Not provided Patient Populations Not provided Research Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? Not provided Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes
  • 27. 27 PENNSYLVANIA 20. Daniel J. Buysse, MD (Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic/University of Pittsburgh) Department of Psychiatry buyssedj@upmc.edu 412-246-6451 http://researchsleep.wpic.pitt.edu/ Site Information Setting Affiliated with an Accredited Sleep Disorder Center, University/College, Hospital/Medical Center, Community Mental Health Center, Specialty Practice Training Offered Undergraduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Clinical Rotation or Practicum in BSM (< 500 Hrs), Advise BSM–Related Dissertations, BSM Post- Doctoral Fellowship Accreditation APA Accredited Clinical Psychology Program #Faculty/Professionals Undergraduate (4), Graduate (4), Postdoctoral (4), Professional (4) Years Providing BSM Training 20 Current/Recent Trainees Peter Franzen; Anne Germain; Neil Jones; Tim Robles; Wendy Troxel; Shirley Wang Clinical BSM Training Stimulus control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi-Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), Light Therapy for Circadian Rhythm Disorders, Behavioral Management of Narcolepsy Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Individual, Administration of Manualized Treatments Patient Populations Adults, Geriatrics (aged 65+) Research The University currently receives external funding for sleep research in three schools (Medicine, Public Health, Nursing) and six Departments or Divisions within the School of Medicine (Psychiatry, Pulmonary Medicine, Renal Medicine, Neurology, Behavioral Medicine, Neuroscience). Approximately 15 faculty members at the University of Pittsburgh have external funding as principal investigators (PI) for sleep research and >90% of the Training Faculty currently serve as a PI, investigator, or consultant on a sleep research grant. The thematic research programs of the faculty span the breadth of basic, clinical, and epidemiological research, making the University a fertile ground for translational Sleep Medicine research. Faculty from these different areas meet regularly for educational and research programs, and collaborate in clinical and training activities. The University ranked #3 in NIH support for sleep research (Institute of Medicine. IOM report: Sleep disorders and sleep deprivation: An unmet public health problem. Colten HR and Altevogt BM (Eds.) 2006. Washington, D.C., The National Academies Press). The University of Pittsburgh received one of the original 12 Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA) from NIH. Multidisciplinary, translational research and research training are central to the University’s mission. We recently received NHLBI-funding for the Translational Research Training in Sleep Medicine (T32). Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? Formal Classes, Seminars/Workshops Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes
  • 28. 28 21. Jodi A. Mindell, PhD, CBSM (Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Sleep Center) Department of Psychology, Saint Joseph’s University jodi.mindell@gmail.com 610-660-1806 http://www.chop.edu/consumer/jsp/division/generic.jsp?id=77607 Lisa J. Meltzer, PhD, CBSM Pediatrics meltzerL@email.chop.edu 215-590-8734 Site Information Setting AASM Accredited Training Program in BSM, Affiliated with an Accredited Sleep Disorder Center, Hospital/Medical Center Training Offered Undergraduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Clinical Rotation of Practicum in BSM (< 500 Hrs), BSM Internship (> 500 Hrs), Advise BSM–related dissertations (master’s thesis), BSM Post-Doctoral Fellowship Accreditation APA Accredited Clinical Psychology Program Specialty / Area: Pediatric Psychology #Faculty/Professionals Undergraduate (2), Graduate (2), Postdoctoral (2) Years Providing BSM Training 6 Current/Recent Trainees Not provided Clinical BSM Training CPAP Adherence Program, CPAP Desensitization, Light Therapy for Circadian Rhythm Disorders, Pediatric Sleep Disorders (besides Sleep Apnea) Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Individual Patient Populations Pediatrics Research Dr. Mindell’s research focuses on the assessment and non-pharmacologic treatment of sleep problems in infants and toddlers, as well as in special populations such as foster children and adoptive children. Furthermore, she is currently working on several projects investigating the prescribing practices of pediatricians and child psychiatrists for sleep problems in children and adolescents. Dr. Meltzer’s research focuses on sleep in caregivers of children with chronic health conditions, including caregivers of ventilator-dependent children and children with autism. Additional research interests include sleep in hospitalized children, sleep in adolescents with chronic pain, and the measurement of sleep patterns and subjective sleep quality. Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? Seminars/Workshops Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes
  • 29. 29 22. Jacqueline D. Kloss, PhD (Drexel University; Department of Psychology; Drexel Sleep Center, Manayunk, PA) Psychology jdk29@drexel.edu 215-895-1653 Site Information Setting Affiliated with an Accredited Sleep Disorder Center, University/College, Specialty Practice Training Offered Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, *Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities (*availability in Progress) Accreditation APA Accredited Clinical Psychology Program #Faculty/Professionals Not provided Years Providing BSM Training 1-2 Current/Recent Trainees Cindy Philips; Jessica Wolfman Clinical BSM Training Stimulus Control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi-Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Individual Patient Populations Adults Research We are currently working on an Insomnia Writing Protocol, i.e., “Clear your Head Before Bed” Project that employs techniques of sleep hygiene, written emotional expression, and self-regulation tasks for college students with chronic insomnia. Other specialty populations that our research team is involved include insomnia comorbid with cancer, pain and symptomatic menopause. Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? We provide lectures to residents and fellows interested in behavioral sleep medicine. Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes
  • 30. 30 23. Philip Gehrman, PhD, CBSM (University of Pennsylvania/Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia) Center for Sleep gehrman@mail.med.upenn.edu 215-596-8517 Jodi Mindell, PhD, CBSM Psychology jmindell@sju.edu Site Information Setting Affiliated with an Accredited Sleep Disorder Center, University/College, Hospital/Medical Center Training Offered Undergraduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Clinical Rotation of Practicum in BSM (< 500 Hrs), BSM Internship (> 500 Hrs), Advise BSM–Related Dissertations, BSM Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Supervision of BSM Work outside of Formal Internships or Fellowships, Supervision of CBT-I outside of Formal Internships or Fellowships Accreditation APA Accredited Clinical Psychology Program #Faculty/Professionals Undergraduate (4), Graduate (4), Postdoctoral (4), Professional (4) Years Providing BSM Training Not provided Current/Recent Trainees Philip Gehrman, PhD (Postdoctoral Fellow, 2004-2005); Lisa Meltzer, PhD (Postdoctoral Fellow, 2002-2005); Angela Breidenstein, PhD (Postdoctoral Fellow, 2004-2005); Melisa Moore (Intern, Current); Ronnie Rubin (Intern, Current); Farrah Jacques, PhD (Intern, 2006); David Marcus, PhD (Intern, 2004); Cari Silberfein, PhD (Intern, 2004); Courtney Ferrell, PhD (Intern, 2003); Sarah Fine, PhD (Intern, 2002- 2003); Merritt Jensen-Pace, PhD (Intern, 2002) Clinical BSM Training Stimulus Control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi-Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), CPAP Desensitization, Light Therapy (for Insomnia), Light Therapy for Circadian Rhythm Disorders, Pediatric Sleep Disorders (besides Sleep Apnea) Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Individual Patient Populations Pediatrics, Adults, Geriatrics (aged 65+), Medical Populations Research • Jodi Mindell primary research focus is on the treatment of behaviorally-based pediatric sleep disorders, as well as the pharmacological treatment of pediatric insomnia. • Philip Gehrman’s research focuses on the mechanisms and treatment of insomnia. Ongoing and upcoming projects include: measuring outcomes of CBT-I, examining activity of the stress system in patients with insomnia, and a family study on the heritability of insomnia. • Lisa Meltzer’s research focuses on sleep in caregivers of pediatric populations, including parents of children with chronic illnesses and developmental disorders. She is currently studying the impact of sleep disruptions in children with autism on caregiver sleep and daytime functioning. • Richard Ross has a program of research examining sleep disturbance in PTSD. His current project is a randomized controlled trial of Imagery Rehearsal for the treatment of chronic nightmares in Vietnam veterans with PTSD. He is in the process of composing a grant to extend this study to veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. • Terri Weaver’s research focuses on improving adherence to treatment of sleep disordered breathing
  • 31. 31 with CPAP. Her projects are based on constructs from social cognitive theory and she has developed a CPAP self-efficacy scale. • Nalaka Gooneratne’s research focuses on insomnia in the elderly. He currently is working on a randomized controlled trial of melatonin in the elderly. He also has a project investigating treatment of insomnia in elderly with insomnia and comorbid sleep apnea. Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? Seminars/Workshops Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes
  • 32. 32 RHODE ISLAND 24. Donn Posner, PhD, CBSM (Brown Medical School Clinical Psychology Internship) Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior dposner@lifespan.org 401-277-0700 x 531 http://bms.brown.edu/DPHB/training/psychology_training/ Mary Carskadon, PhD Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior Mary_Carskadon@brown.edu 401-421-9440 Judith Owens, MD, MPH, ABSM owensleep@gmail.com 401-444-4239 Site Information Setting Affiliated with an Accredited Sleep Disorder Center, Hospital/Medical Center Training Offered Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Clinical Rotation of Practicum in BSM (< 500 Hrs) Accreditation APA Accredited Clinical Psychology Program #Faculty/Professionals Pre-Doctoral Internship site (3) Years Providing BSM Training 14 Current/Recent Trainees Michael Perlis; Pamela Thacher; James Wyatt; Todd Arnedt; Daniel Taylor; Peggy Ruyak; Jennifer Martin; Kristen Stone; Willoughby Britton; Mark Aloia Clinical BSM Training Relaxation/Hypnotherapy, Stimulus Control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi-Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), CPAP Desensitization, Positional Therapy for OSA, Light Therapy for Circadian Rhythm Disorders Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Individual, Administration of Manualized Treatments Patient Populations Pediatrics, Adults, Geriatrics (aged 65+), Medical populations Research Owens: Research interests 1) Clinical trials of hypnotics and ADHD medication 2) ADHD and sleep 3) Pediatric insomnia: behavioral and pharmacologic interventions 4) Sleep loss and obesity in children 5) Cultural aspects of sleep in children 6) Sleep loss and fatigue in medical training Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? Seminars/Workshops Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes
  • 33. 33 TEXAS 25. Daniel J. Taylor, PhD, ABSM (University of North Texas) Psychology (Clinical Health Psychology/Behavioral Medicine Program) djtaylor@unt.edu 940-565-2655 http://www.psyc.unt.edu/sleeplab/ Site Information Setting Affiliated with an Accredited Sleep Disorder Center, Affiliated with a Non- Accredited Center, University/College, Hospital/Medical Center, Community Mental Health Center Training Offered Undergraduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Clinical rotation of practicum in BSM (> 500 Hrs), Undergraduate Course in BSM, Graduate course in BSM, Advise BSM–Related Dissertations, BSM Post-Doctoral Fellowship (TBD), Supervision of BSM Work outside of Formal Internships or Fellowships, Supervision of CBT-I outside of Formal Internships or Fellowships Accreditation AASM Accredited Training Program in BSM , APA Accredited Clinical Psychology Program Specialty / Area: Clinical Health Psychology/Behavioral Medicine #Faculty/Professionals Undergraduate (3), Graduate (3), Postdoctoral (3+) Years Providing BSM Training 3 Current/Recent Trainees Adam Bramoweth, BS; Diana Dolan, BS; Emily Grieser, BS; Brandy Roane, MS; JoLyn Tatum, BS; Marian Zimmerman, MA; Christie Gardner; Jacob Williams; Kristie Alloway; Kendra Clay; Kevin Sethi, BS; Kruti Patel, BS Clinical BSM Training Relaxation/Hypnotherapy, Stimulus Control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi-Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), Biofeedback, CPAP Adherence Program, CPAP Desensitization, Positional Therapy for OSA, Light Therapy for Circadian Rhythm Disorders, Pediatric Sleep Disorders (besides Sleep Apnea), Behavioral Management of Narcolepsy Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Group, Therapy – Individual, Administration of Manualized Treatments Patient Populations Pediatrics, Adults, Geriatrics (aged 65+), Medical populations Research The University of North Texas Sleep and Health Research Lab (UNT-SHRL) research focuses on the assessment and treatment of sleep disorders with behavioral components (e.g., insomnia, childhood sleeping disorders, coping with apnea). Our epidemiological research focuses determining which sleep disorders serve as risk factors for increased health problems (psychological and medical), and reduced performance (e.g., academic, work, social). Our intervention research focuses on randomized clinical trials of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in the treatment of primary and secondary insomnia. The UNT-SHRL currently has 7 doctoral and 5 undergraduate research assistants focusing on a variety of research topics. For more information about different students research interests and ongoing projects, please proceed to the link for the Research Team. Is there formal training for individuals not Seminars/Workshops
  • 34. 34 enrolled in the program? Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes Additional Information The University of North Texas has three APA accredited doctoral training programs (Clinical, Counseling, and Clinical Health Psychology/Behavioral Medicine). It is extremely important to apply to the Clinical Health Psychology/Behavioral Medicine program if you want training with Dr. Taylor in Behavioral Sleep Medicine.
  • 35. 35 26. Lt Col Ann S. Hryshko-Mullen, PhD, CBSM (Wilford Hall Medical Center) Psychology ann.hryshko-mullen@lackland.af.mil 210-292-5968 Capt Kathryn Appolonio, PsyD Psychology Kathryn.Appolonio@lackland.af.mil 210-292-5968 Site Information Setting Affiliated with an Accredited Sleep Disorder Center, Hospital/Medical Center Training Offered Clinical Rotation of Practicum in BSM (< 500 Hours) at Internship and Postdoctoral Levels Accreditation APA Accredited Clinical Psychology Program, Residency: Clinical Psychology, Postdoctoral: Clinical Health Psychology #Faculty/Professionals Graduate (4), Postdoctoral (4) Years Providing BSM Training 15+ Current/Recent Trainees Katie Appolonio, PsyD; Robert J. Vanecek, PhD; Tracy Neal-Walden, PhD Clinical BSM Training Relaxation/Hypnotherapy, Stimulus Control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi-Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), Biofeedback, Weight Loss Programs Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Group, Therapy – Individual, Administration of Manualized Treatments Patient Populations Adults, Geriatrics (aged 65+), Medical Populations Research Have examined treatment efficacy of manualized group treatment for insomnia in specialized clinic as well as applications in primary care consultation. Future research projects will focus on a stepped care approach to treatment of insomnia in interdisciplinary Sleep Clinic. Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? None Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes Additional Information Training experiences are provided in the context of predoctoral internship and postdoctoral fellowship programs (both accredited by the Council on Accreditation of the American Psychological Association).
  • 36. 36 27. John Herman, PhD, DABSM (University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Sleep Medicine Fellowship Program) Psychiatry john.herman@childrens.com 214-456-7267 Shaniquwa Davis, Administrative Co-Director Psychiatry Shaniquwa.davis@UTSouthwestern.edu 214-648-2793 Site Information Setting Affiliated with an Accredited Sleep Disorder Center, University/College, University Affiliated ACGME Fellowship Training Program in Sleep Medicine Training Offered Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Clinical Rotation of Practicum in BSM (< 500 Hrs), BSM Post-Doctoral Fellowship Accreditation APA Accredited Clinical Psychology Program #Faculty/Professionals Postdoctoral (8), Professional (8) Years Providing BSM Training 5 Current/Recent Trainees Daniel Taylor, PhD; Brandy Roane, PhD; Maria Oroza, PhD candidate; Mark Rogerson, PhD candidate Clinical BSM Training Relaxation/Hypnotherapy, Stimulus Control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi-Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), CPAP Adherence Program, Weight Loss Programs, Light Therapy (for Insomnia), Light Therapy for Circadian Rhythm Disorders, Pediatric Sleep Disorders (besides Sleep Apnea) Behavioral Management of Narcolepsy, Integrated Psychotherapy and bBehavioral Sleep Therapy Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Individual, Administration of Manualized Treatments Patient Populations Pediatrics, Adults, Geriatrics (aged 65+), Medical Populations Research Genetics of sleep, orexin identified by Masashi Yanagisawa, MD, at this site. Kv3-Potassium channel knock out mice as phenotypic model for human insomnia and hyperactivity. Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? Formal Classes, Seminars/Workshops, Training in Ongoing Clinics in Adults and Children Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes
  • 37. 37 VERMONT 28. Catherine C. Schuman, PhD (The Vermont Regional Sleep Center at Fletcher Allen Health Care/University of Vermont College of Medicine) Neurology Catherine.Schuman@uvm.edu 802.847.4114 Site Information Setting Affiliated with an Accredited Sleep Disorder Center, University/College, Hospital/Medical Center Training Offered Undergraduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Supervision of BSM Work outside of Formal Internships or Fellowships, Supervision of CBT-I outside of Formal Internships or Fellowships Accreditation The behavioral sleep medicine training is delivered in the context of an accredited training program at the Vermont Regional Sleep Center. The Vermont Regional Sleep Center is at Fletcher Allen Health Care and the University of Vermont College of Medicine. There is an APA accredited clinical psychology program at the University of Vermont of which some of the students have participated by observing group treatment, but the training program is not delivered within the context of the APA accredited clinical psychology program. Additionally, an undergraduate Introduction to Health Psychology course is taught during which sleep disorders is highlighted. Every year a few students are selected from the undergraduate health psychology class and offered a summer or full year opportunity to participate in the sleep research being conducted at the sleep center. #Faculty/Professionals Undergraduate (4), Graduate (1), Professional (6), University of Vermont College of Medicine Neurology Fellow and Residents (4) Years Providing BSM Training 5 Current/Recent Trainees Shannon Linn (current); Melissa Clark (current); Sarah Teddy (current); Mikaela Rosenthal (current); Emma Salzam; Becky McCormick; Mackenzie Mapes; Rebecca White; Michele Guignon Clinical BSM Training Relaxation/Hypnotherapy, Stimulus control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi-Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), CPAP Adherence Program, CPAP Desensitization, Positional Therapy for OSA, Light Therapy (for insomnia), Light Therapy for Circadian Rhythm Disorders, Pediatric Sleep Disorders (besides sleep apnea), Behavioral Management of Narcolepsy Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Group, Therapy – Individual Patient Populations Pediatrics, Adults, Geriatrics (aged 65+), Medical Populations Research CHRMS # 07-250: The effect of auto-CPAP on outcome and length of hospital stay in patients with acute ischemic stroke. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is very common among patients with acute stroke, and it is know that its presence negatively affects the speed of recovery after stoke. The purpose of this study is to determine if patients with OSA are treated with in the first 24 hours of stoke will improve in the degree and speed of functional recovery. Principal Investigator: Mari Tobita, MD., Neurology Resident
  • 38. 38 CHRMS # 07-176: Restless Leg Syndrome in Hormonal Contraceptive Users. The purpose of this study is to establish the prevalence of RLS in women and determine if there is an increased risk of RLS for women who use hormonal birth control. Principal Investigator: Cherridan Rambally, MD., Neurology Resident CHRMS # 07-088: Sleep Issues in Pediatric patients with Chronic Renal Disease. The purpose of this study is to determine if children with chronic kidney problems have more sleep issues then the general populations. Specifically, we are looking to determine if there is a relationship between Restless Legs Syndrome and end stage kidney failure. Principal Investigator: Garrick Applebee, MD., Sleep Fellow CHRMS # 05-255: Eszoplicone for improving sleep continuity in MS patients with sleep disturbances and its impact on daytime fatigue. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effects of consolidating sleep using Eszoplicone on cognitive functioning and daytime fatigue. This is an investigator initiated Sepracor funded study. Principal Investigator: Hrayr Attarian, MD., Director Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? Seminars/Workshops Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes
  • 39. 39 VIRGINIA 29. J. Catesby Ware, PhD (Sleep Disorders Center, Eastern Virginia Medical School/Sentara Norfolk General Hospital) Department of Internal Medicine and Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine warejc@evms.edu 757-388-2141 http://www.evms.edu/sleep/index.html Serina Neumann, PhD Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine neumansa@evms.edu 757-446-5888 http://www.evms.edu/ Site Information Setting Affiliated with an Accredited Sleep Disorder Center, University/College, Hospital/Medical Center Training Offered Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities Accreditation APA Accredited Clinical Psychology Program #Faculty/Professionals Graduate (2), Postdoctoral (2), Professional (4) Years Providing BSM Training 15 Current/Recent Trainees Steve Billmann; Mary Rose; Tom Bond; James Pearlstrom Clinical BSM Training Relaxation/Hypnotherapy, Stimulus control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi-Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), CPAP Adherence Program, CPAP Desensitization Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Individual Patient Populations Adults, Medical Populations, Psychiatric Populations Research The research program focuses on alertness with the primary tool a driving simulator and a number of other sleep related problems. We also participate in pharmaceutical trials. In recent years funding has come from NIH, SBIR, local granting agencies, and the pharmaceutical companies. Recent sampling of publications is below. Students and residents coauthors are bolded. Reynolds EB, Seda G, Ware JC, Vinik AI, Risk MR, Fishback NF. Autonomic function in sleep apnea patients: increased heart rate variability except during REM sleep in obese patients. Sleep Breath. 2007 11(1):53-60. Ware JC, Risser MR, Manser T, Karlson KH Jr. Medical resident driving simulator performance following a night on call. Behav Sleep Med. 2006;4(1):1-12. Kim HN, Vorona RD, Winn MP, Doviak M, Johnson DA, Ware JC. Symptoms of gastro-oesophageal reflux disease and the severity of obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome are not related in sleep disorders center patients. Aliment Pharmacol Ther. 2005 May 1;21(9):1127-33. Vorona RD, Winn MP, Babineau TW, Eng BP, Feldman HR, Ware JC. Overweight and obese patients in a primary care population report less sleep than patients with a normal body mass index. Arch Intern Med. 2005 Jan 10;165(1):25-30. Morin CM, Koetter U, Bastien C, Ware JC, Wooten V. Valerian-hops combination and diphenhydramine for treating insomnia: a randomized placebo-controlled clinical trial. Sleep. 2005 Nov 1;28(11):1465-71. Chand N, Johnson DA, Tabangin M, Ware JC. Sleep dysfunction in patients with gastro-oesophageal reflux
  • 40. 40 disease: prevalence and response to GERD therapy, a pilot study. Aliment Pharmacol Ther. 2004 Nov 1;20(9):969-74. Billmann SJ, Ware JC. Marital satisfaction of wives Sleep Med. 2002 Jan;3(1):55-9. Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? Formal classes – through Medical School and PsyD program, Seminars / workshops -- through Medical School and PsyD program Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes Additional Information Are working to develop a more formal program through an AMA sleep fellowship program. When this come about, this will strengthen the behavioral sleep medicine component.
  • 41. 41 30. Bruce Rybarczyk, Ph.D., ABPP (Virginia Commonwealth University) Psychology bdrybarczyk@vcu.edu 804-828-1675 http://www.has.vcu.edu/psy/clinical/index.html Site Information Setting Affiliated with an Accredited Sleep Disorder Center, University/College, Hospital/Medical Center Training Offered Undergraduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Clinical Rotation of Practicum in BSM (< 500 Hrs), Graduate Course in Sleep Medicine Accreditation APA Accredited Clinical Psychology Program #Faculty/Professionals Undergraduate (1), Graduate (1), Postdoctoral (1) Years Providing BSM Training 1 Current/Recent Trainees Program is just starting Clinical BSM Training Relaxation/Hypnotherapy, Stimulus control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi-Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Group, Therapy – Individual, Administration of Manualized Treatments Patient Populations Adults, Geriatrics (aged 65+), Medical Populations Research Just beginning Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? Formal classes, Seminars/Workshops Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes
  • 42. 42 WEST VIRGINIA 31. Hawley Montgomery-Downs, PhD (West Virginia University) Psychology Hawley.Montgomery-Downs@mail.wvu.edu 304-293-2001 x31610 http://www.wvu.edu/~psychology/directory/people/Montgomery-Downs_Hawley.htm Amy Fiske, PhD Psychology Amy.Fiske@mail.wvu.edu 304-293-2001 x31644 http://www.wvu.edu/~psychology/directory/people/Fiske_Amy.htm Site Information Setting University/College Training Offered Undergraduate Level – Research Opportunities, Undergraduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Undergraduate Course in Sleep Medicine, Graduate Course in BSM, Advise BSM–Related Dissertations, Supervision of BSM Work outside of Formal Internships or Fellowships Accreditation APA Accredited Clinical Psychology Program #Faculty/Professionals Undergraduate (2), Graduate (2) Years Providing BSM Training 2 Current/Recent Trainees Christine Gould (current); Alisa O’Riley (current); Merideth Smith (current) Clinical BSM Training Multi-Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), CPAP Adherence Program, Pediatric Sleep Disorders (besides Sleep Apnea) Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Group, Therapy – Individual, Administration of Manualized Treatments Patient Populations Adults, Geriatrics (aged 65+) Research Dr. Montgomery-Downs is an Assistant Professor of Psychology in the Life Span Developmental Program, an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, and a member of the Behavioral Neuroscience group in the Center for Neuroscience. Her sleep laboratory is a 2-bed facility used predominantly to study infant sleep-disordered breathing and maternal postpartum sleep disturbance. In addition, field studies utilize actigraphy and palm- based self-report measures. She teaches an undergraduate sleep research course and provides mentorship for undergraduates and graduate students working on thesis and dissertation projects related to sleep and sleep disorders. Dr. Fiske is in the Clinical Program. She supervises doctoral students who provide Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia in the psychology department’s clinic as well as a primary care setting. She is available to mentor students on research projects related to insomnia in late life. Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? None Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes
  • 43. 43 AUSTRALIA 32. Leon Lack, PhD (Flinders University Sleep Research/Insomnia Treatment Program) Psychology leon.lack@flinders.edu.au 61 8 8201 2391 Fax: 61 8 8201 3877 www.ssn.flinders.edu.au/psyc/staff/leonlack/ Michael Gradisar, PhD Psychology Michael.gradisar@flinders.edu.au 61 8 8201 2324 www.ssn.flinders.edu.au/psyc/staff/MichaelGradisar/ Helen Wright, PhD Psychology Helen.wright@flinders.edu.au 61 8 8201 2377 www.ssn.flinders.edu.au/psyc/staff/HelenWright/ Site Information Setting Affiliated with a non-Accredited Center, University/College Training Offered Undergraduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Clinical Rotation of Practicum in BSM (< 500 hrs), Undergraduate Course in BSM, Supervision of BSM Work outside of Formal Internships or Fellowships Accreditation Australian Psychological Society #Faculty/Professionals Undergraduate (5), Graduate (4), Postdoctoral (2), Professional (4) Years Providing BSM Training 16 Current/Recent Trainees Michael Gradisar; Helen Wright; Jodie Harris; Kate Jackson; Kurt Lushington; Jeremy Mercer; Amber Brooks; Sarah Paine Clinical BSM Training Stimulus control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi-Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), Light Therapy (for Insomnia), Light Therapy for Circadian Rhythm Disorders, Pediatric Sleep Disorders (besides Sleep Apnea), Insomnia/OSA Co-morbidity Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Group, Therapy – Individual, Administration of Manualized Treatments Patient Populations Pediatrics, Adults, Geriatrics (aged 65+) Research • Benefits of brief naps (5-30 min) in the afternoon or on night shift work. • Sleep/wake misperception and its treatment for insomnia. • Bright light therapy for treatments of insomnia. • Intensive Sleep Retraining novel therapy for insomnia. • Sleepiness, DSPD, and insomnia in adolescents and children. • Insomnia/OSA co-morbidity and its treatment. Is there formal training for individuals not Formal Classes, Seminars/Workshops
  • 44. 44 enrolled in the program? Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes Additional Information BA or Bsc degree holders with majors in Psychology from North American universities can enquire about possible entry into the Flinder’s Honors Psychology program. Students with Psychology Honors, Msc, or MA degrees can enquire about PhD programs.
  • 45. 45 CANADA 33. Charles M. Morin, PhD (Centre d’étude des troubles du sommeil – Université Laval) Psychology cmorin@psy.ulaval.ca Célyne Bastien, PhD Psychology annie.vallieres@psy.ulaval.ca Annie Vallières PhD Psychology celyne.bastien@psy.ulaval.ca Josée Savard, PhD Psychology josee.savard@psy.ulaval.ca Site Information Setting Affiliated with a non-Accredited Center, University/College, Hospital/Medical Center Training Offered Undergraduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Undergraduate Course in Sleep Medicine, Advise BSM–Related Dissertations, BSM Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Supervision of CBT-I outside of Formal Internships or Fellowships Accreditation Canadian Psychological Association Accredited Clinical Psychology Program #Faculty/Professionals Undergraduate (2), Graduate (3), Postdoctoral (4), Professional (2) Years Providing BSM Training 12 Current/Recent Trainees Judith Davidson, PhD; Annie Valllières, PhD; Marie-Christine Ouellet, PhD; Mélanie LeBlanc, PhD; Lynda Bélanger, PhD; Geneviève Belleville, PhD; Meagan Daley, PhD Clinical BSM Training Stimulus Control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi-Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Group, Therapy – Individual, Administration of Manualized Treatments Patient Populations Adults, Geriatrics (aged 65+), Medical Populations Research A total 12 graduate students, 2 post-doctoral research fellows, and 4 full-time faculty members are involved in our center. Ongoing research include studies on: Epidemiology, natural history, and cost of insomnia (longitudinal study) Clinical trials of insomnia therapies - CBT, medication, alternative therapies (valerian), self-help approaches Insomnia and cancer Evoked potential studies in insomnia Shift-work and sleep Is there formal training for individuals not Yes
  • 46. 46 enrolled in the program? Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes Additional Information Our center provides mostly research training in BSM but it is possible to integrate assessment and treatment training as part of clinical studies involving CBT of insomnia.
  • 47. 47 34. Jacques Montplaisir, MD, PhD (Université Montreal) Centre d’etude du Sommeil Hopital du Sacre-Coeur 514-338-2693 Jy.montplaisir@umontreal.ca Marie Dumont, PhD marie.dumont@umontreal.ca Site Information Setting 5 Different Laboratories Training Offered Sleep Medicine (especially concerning neurology and cardiology), Chronobiology, Dreaming, Aging, and Sleep & Pain Accreditation Not provided #Faculty/Professionals 10 researchers Years Providing BSM Training Not provided Current/Recent Trainees Not provided Clinical BSM Training Not provided Clinical Experiences Not provided Patient Populations Not provided Research Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? Not provided Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes
  • 48. 48 35. Joseph De Koninck, PhD (PhD in Clinical Psychology, University of Ottawa) School of Psychology jdekonin@uottawa.ca 613-562-5800 ex 4315 http://www.Uottawa.ca Site Information Setting University/College Training Offered Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Graduate Course in Sleep Medicine, Advise BSM–Related Dissertations Accreditation APA Accredited Clinical Psychology Program #Faculty/Professionals Graduate (2) Years Providing BSM Training 30 Current/Recent Trainees Dr. Jean Grenier (1999); Dr. Francine Roussy (1999); Dr.Marcel Viens (1991); Dr. Gilles Hébert (1995); Dr. Anik Gosselin (2005); Dr. Mélanie St-Onge (2002); Dr. Lynne Lamarche (2007) Clinical BSM Training Relaxation/Hypnotherapy, Stimulus Control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi-Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Group, Therapy – Individual Patient Populations Adults, Psychiatric Populations Research Basically, CBT for sleep management is offered through practica and internships within the APA accredited Ph.D. program in Clinical Psychology. Students are typically supervised in their thesis research by a sleep researcher and take opportunities for clinical experience with clinical supervisors with experience mainly on behavioral treatment of insomnia. Students can also complete a specialization in neuroscience. Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? Not provided Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes Additional Information Currently there is no new placement available for the next year with a supervisor in sleep research . Admissions may resume in 2008.
  • 49. 49 36. Harvey Moldofsky, MD (University of Toronto) Sleep Disorders Clinic of the Center for Sleep & Chronobiology Department of Psychiatry h.moldofsky@utoronto.ca 416-603-9531 www.sleepmed.to CONTACT PERSON: Douglas Bradley, MD douglas.bradley@utoronto.ca Site Information Setting Not provided Training Offered Not provided Accreditation Not provided #Faculty/Professionals Not provided Years Providing BSM Training Not provided Current/Recent Trainees Not provided Clinical BSM Training Not provided Clinical Experiences Not provided Patient Populations Not provided Research Not provided Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? Not provided Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes
  • 50. 50 SCOTLAND 37. Colin A. Espie, PhD (University of Glasgow) Glasgow Sleep Centre, Sackler Institute of Psychobiological Research, University of Glasgow, Southern General Hospital c.espie@clinmed.gla.ac.uk +44 (0) 141 2327860 http://www.gla.ac.uk/departments/psychologicalmedicine Jason Ellis, PhD Psychology Medicine j.ellis@clinmed.gla.ac.uk +44 (0) 141 2327700 http://www.gla.ac.uk/departments/psychologicalmedicine Leanne Fleming, PhD Psychology Medicine l.fleming@clinmed.gla.ac.uk +44 (0) 141 2327700 http://www.gla.ac.uk/departments/psychologicalmedicine Site Information Setting University/College, Hospital/Medical Center Training Offered Undergraduate Level – Research Opportunities, Undergraduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Graduate Level – Research Opportunities, Graduate Level – Clinical Opportunities, Advise BSM–Related Dissertations, Supervision of BSM Work outside of Formal Internships or Fellowships, Supervision of CBT-I outside of Formal Internships or Fellowships Accreditation BPS accredited clinical psychology program (U.K) #Faculty/Professionals Undergraduate (5), Graduate (4), Postdoctoral (3), Professional (5) Years Providing BSM Training 5 Current/Recent Trainees Dr. Marina Malaffo; Dr. Lauren Marchetti; Heather Woods; Simon David Kyle; Lisa Harrow; Nicola Clark; Amy Jane Rowann Thompson; Alison Murie; Lisa Galloway Clinical BSM Training Relaxation/Hypnotherapy, Stimulus Control, Sleep Restriction, Cognitive Therapy, Multi-Component Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), Biofeedback, CPAP Adherence Program Clinical Experiences Assessment, Therapy – Group, Therapy – Individual, Administration of Manualized Treatment Patient Populations Adults, Geriatrics (aged 65+), Medical Populations Research The team’s experience covers both experimental and non-experimental research design and the analyses of qualitative, quantitative, and mixed-methodology data. Additionally, we have the necessary equipment and skills to conduct research at the biological/genetic level through to large-scale epidemiological studies. We currently have nine main strands of ongoing research and these include working with clinical, non-clinical, and community-based samples: 1) The efficacy and of CBT-I in vulnerable populations (e.g. chronically ill; depressed patient groups) 2) The predispositional factors which influence the transition between an initial sleep disturbance and
  • 51. 51 insomnia 3) Predicting the natural remission of insomnia and the role of psychologically protective factors in the development of insomnia 4) The measurement and treatment of daytime cognitive consequences of insomnia 5) The role of attentional biases in poor sleeper groups and in sleep disruption associated with another co- morbid condition 6) The efficacy of single-component modalities in the management of insomnia 7) Children’s representations and understanding of sleep and sleep disturbance 8) The translation of animal models to an understanding of human sleep and circadian systems 9) The relationship between self-sponsored attributions and clinically derived diagnoses of a sleep disorder Is there formal training for individuals not enrolled in the program? Seminars/Workshops Can your program be contacted regarding training activities? (YES/NO) Yes