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Sleeping Better Therapy Program

Wednesday, 10 August 2016

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While many people experience occasional sleepless nights, for some chronic and relentless insomnia can be distressing and severely impact quality of life. At the ECU Psychological Services Centre, we have designed a four part workshop program that will equip you with the latest strategies to help get a better night’s sleep.

The program will be delivered by Eimear Quigley, Clinical Psychologist and Director of the ECU Psychological Services Centre and co-facilitated by the Clinical Psychology Interns from ECU.

This workshop is for anyone who:

  • has difficulty falling asleep at night;
  • wakes frequently during the night;
  • has difficulty waking;
  • wakes too early;
  • has sleep that is of poor quality; and
  • worries about getting to sleep, and/or gaining sufficient sleep; and the impact of poor sleep.

The workshop will include:

  • sleep education to debunk myths about sleep;
  • sleep hygiene (good sleep practices and routines);
  • strategies to combat worrying and intrusive thoughts; and
  • relaxation techniques.

Participation in the workshop will also include a 10-15 minute preliminary telephone consultation, and access to our other psychological services if required.

Event details

Dates and Times:
Workshop 1 - Tuesday, 30 August 2016 (1.00pm – 2.45pm)
Workshop 2 - Tuesday, 6 September 2016 (1.00pm – 2.45pm)
Workshop 3 - Tuesday, 13 September 2016 (1.00pm – 2.45pm)
Workshop 4 - Tuesday, 20 September 2016 (1.00pm – 2.45pm)
Cost: $30.00 includes all four workshops, tea, coffee and a light snack (payable at time of registration)
Location: ECU Psychological Services Centre, Level 2, ECU Health Centre, 30 Dundebar Road, Wanneroo, 6065
Registration: To register, please contact Belinda Rogers via email or telephone on (61 8) 9303 7801

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