The insomnia education class is designed to review how insomnia develops, persists over time, and is treated. The class provides an overview of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia and explains how individuals may adapt these strategies to use on their own. We will also discuss both individual and group treatment formats for insomnia at the Lifestyle Medicine clinic.
This class is appropriate for anyone referred to the Lifestyle Medicine clinic for treatment of insomnia or individuals that would like to learn more about insomnia and how to treat it.
This class is not required to schedule an appointment for treatment of insomnia but rather is an additional resource for individuals interested in learning more about treating insomnia on their own and/or who would like to learn more about treatment before deciding to schedule appointments for assessment and treatment of insomnia.
The Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) course is an 18-session, whole-person health program that will help you make long-lasting lifestyle changes. You'll learn how to integrate optimal nutrition, exercise, and stress reduction tools into your life.
Please attend an information session to learn more prior to registering for a course.
Class dates are:
Classes will be held twice a week for nine weeks.
Attend an information session to learn more about the Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) and ask questions—without any obligation to participate. Through this interactive session that features video and discussion, you'll get a comprehensive overview of the course, including how it can help reduce or prevent diseases and health issues—some that you may have or be at risk for.
Attending an information session is required before registering for the CHIP course. You may register for an upcoming course at an information session.
CHIP takes a "whole health" approach, with topics that include:
Learn to understand the difference between emotional eating and physical hunger, how emotional eating develops, how to identify your triggers for emotional eating, and strategies to change unhelpful eating patterns.
This class is taught by psychologist Kyle Davis.