Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-i) Webinar


GP-focused webinar on key strategies on integrating CBT-i for insomnia into clinical practice


CBT-i skills webinar
Insomnia therapy insight
Practical GP strategies
Improve sleep health care

About this Program

This webinar on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia, presented in partnership with the Australasian Sleep Association (ASA), serves as a valuable resource for General Practitioners and Primary Healthcare teams looking to deepen their understanding of CBT-i.

Although the live event has already taken place, we invite you to watch the recorded session, which was designed to offer key insights into the effective use of CBT-i in treating patients with insomnia.

Throughout the webinar, you will find discussions centering on:

  • The fundamentals and effectiveness of CBT-i for insomnia.
  • How to integrate CBT-i techniques within your clinical practice.
  • The benefits of non-pharmacological approaches in the management of sleep disorders.

This webinar is part of a series of free educational opportunities aimed at equipping healthcare professionals with the knowledge and tools necessary to enhance patient care in sleep health. Expand your practice’s capabilities in treating insomnia by engaging with the information shared in this essential session.

Guest Speakers

Dr Aliza Werner-Seidler is an Associate Professor and Clinical Psychologist at the Black Dog Institute, UNSW. She is Head of Population Mental Health at the Institute, and currently holds an NHMRC Emerging Leader Fellowship to investigate the prevention and treatment of mental illness. She leads a program of research investigating the role of poor sleep in depression and is looking at ways that insomnia disorders might be addressed as a way to reduce risk of mental illness.
Dr Alex Sweetman is a Senior Program Manager at the Australasian Sleep Association. Alex leads a Commonwealth funded primary care education and implementation program, and has expertise in insomnia, cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia, and co-morbid insomnia and sleep apnoea.

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