Sleep Therapy

Counselling to Overcome Sleep Problems

Have trouble falling or staying asleep? Waking too early or feeling unrested? A Kind Place offers personalised counselling for sleep issues from experienced psychologists and counsellors in Singapore. We provide counselling and therapy as part of sleep therapy to help clients develop better sleep habits and routines, manage stress and anxiety, reduce negative thought patterns that interfere with sleep and more. If you’re a Singaporean who struggles with insomnia, difficulty waking up or other sleep disturbances, our sleep therapy can help. 

Our goal is to help clients restore restful sleep, gain more energy during the day and improve their overall quality of life. With the right counselling and sleep strategies through sleep therapy from a psychologist or counsellor, even long-term insomnia is manageable. Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation with one of our psychologists or counsellors in Singapore and take the first step toward better sleep. Regain control over your sleepless nights and start getting the zzz’s you deserve!

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Common Sleep Disorders That Can Benefit From Therapy

The good news is many common sleep disorders are highly treatable. If you’ve been struggling with sleep problems, consider speaking to us. Therapy can help you build awareness about your sleep, make meaningful lifestyle changes, and find strategies so you can rest well and wake up refreshed.

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  • Insomnia

    Insomnia, or trouble falling asleep, is one of the most common sleep disorders. Psychological interventions like cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) can be very effective for chronic insomnia. CBT helps you identify thoughts and behaviours that cause or worsen your insomnia. A therapist may encourage relaxation techniques, sleep hygiene changes, and ways to reframe unrealistic thoughts about sleep.

  • Sleep Apnea

    Sleep apnea is a serious condition where your breathing stops and starts during sleep. If left untreated, sleep apnea can increase the risk of health issues like high blood pressure or heart disease. Therapy may be recommended along with other treatments like CPAP to help change sleep positions or habits that make apnea worse. Losing weight or quitting smoking can also help in some cases.

  • Restless Leg Syndrome

    Restless leg syndrome causes uncomfortable sensations in the legs leading to an irresistible urge to move them. This can significantly disrupt sleep. Therapies focus on lifestyle changes, managing underlying conditions, and relaxation techniques. In severe cases, medication may provide relief so you can establish better sleep habits.

  • Nightmare Disorder

    Recurring nightmares can be a symptom of an underlying mental health condition like PTSD or trauma. Therapy helps process emotions and memories to reduce their intensity and make them less frightening. Imagery rehearsal therapy, where you change the nightmare scenario to have a different outcome, can be particularly helpful for this condition.

Our Team

Our Approach

Our psychologists and counsellors evaluate each client’s specific situation and recommend customised solutions. Our sleep therapy includes CBT-I techniques like stimulus control therapy and sleep restriction may be used to reshape your sleep-wake patterns and improve sleep quality over time. We may also recommend hypnotherapy and mindfulness practises as a part of our sleep therapy. We also address any co-occurring conditions like depression, anxiety or chronic illness that exacerbate sleep issues.

FAQs about Sleep Therapy

The rates per session are the same as our therapy sessions depending on the psychologist or counsellor. Refer to our rates here: (link to our team section above) or contact us for more information.

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Yes, we provide online and in-person sessions depending on your psychologist or counsellor.

As licensed psychologists and counsellors, we cannot prescribe medication. We would recommend for you to consult a medical doctor should there be a need for medication.

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