Adult Sleep Disorder Therapy




Better sleep brings a better quality of life

At the Sleep Workshop, we offer a range of sleep packages designed to help adults get the restful, restorative sleep they need. As you dedicated sleep practitioner, we understand that poor sleep can have a significant impact on your physical and mental health, as well as your overall quality of life.

That's why we offer customised sleep packages to help you achieve your sleep goals.

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Common sleep issues for adults

There are several common adult sleep issues that can significantly impact the quality and quantity of sleep, including:


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Insomnia is a sleep disorder characterized by difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, or both. It can be caused by a range of factors, including stress, anxiety, depression, medical conditions, and medication side effects.

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Shift Work Sleep Disorder 

Shift Work Sleep Disorder is a condition that affects people who work non-traditional hours, such as night shifts or rotating shifts. It can cause difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, and feeling rested during waking hours.


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Night Waking and Sleep Anxiety 

Anxiety and depression can both cause sleep disturbances, including difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, or waking up too early. This can create a routine of poor sleep and lead to spiralling behaviour.

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Night Terrors and Nightmares

Night terrors are a sleep disorder that can be unsettling and confusing for both the person experiencing them and their loved ones. Night terrors typically occur during the non-REM (rapid eye movement) stage of sleep.?




It's important to identify and address any sleep issues to promote better overall health and well-being.

Understanding the root-cause to your sleep issue all starts with understanding the science of sleep – that's what makes The Sleep Workshop different to other sleep consultancies.

We will spend the time to understand your issues and provide detailed explanations as to why you experiencing these problems. From there, we will collaborate with you to create a ‘sleep strategy' that fits around your lifestyle.




Adult Sleep Consultancy Package



Free 15-Minute Consultation

We offer a free 15-minute consultation to help you determine which of our sleep packages is right for you. During this consultation, you'll have the opportunity to get answers to any questions you may have.

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CBTI 6-Week Package

CBTI (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia) is a 6-week package is designed to help you overcome insomnia and achieve restful, restorative sleep. This package includes an initial 1.5-hour consultation, during which we will conduct an assessment of your current sleep situation, identify your specific goals, and review your sleep diary.

We will also provide an optional update on insomnia online workshop.

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Follow up

After the initial consultation, you'll have 5 follow-up appointments of 45 minutes each, which will take place over a period of 10 weeks. During these appointments, we'll review your progress and plan the next stage of your program.

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Additional Calls

We understand that sometimes you may need extra support between appointments. That's why we offer additional calls at a rate of £50 per 30 minutes. These calls can be scheduled as needed to provide you with the support you need to achieve your sleep goals.

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Please note: With all of our adult sleep packages, we aim to complete them within 2-months of starting – this is to ensure that all learning and behaviour is given long enough to take effect, and short enough to minimise disruption.