Insomnia therapy for adults

Sleep easier, deeper and feel better.

One on One Sleep Therapy

Thank you so much for helping me sleep successfully after more than 50 years of endless trouble! You are the best!

Barbara
Flexible session times
No need for doctor referrals
Online sessions from home
Medication-free insomnia treatment
Scientifically proven CBT-Insomnia
About me

Tracey Martin

Qualified Sleep Coach

As a qualified Sleep Coach with studies in Australia, Scotland and The Netherlands, founder Tracey Martin has helped hundreds get their sleep back on track. Could you be next?

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Years Experience
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Treated patients with Insomnia
Symptoms

Do you suffer with...

The symptoms of insomnia may vary from person to person and depend on the type of insomnia. However, some of the most common telltale signs of insomnia are:

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Most common sleep disorder

What is Insomnia?

Insomnia is the most common sleep disorder affecting millions of people across the globe. Chronic insomnia is defined as having difficulties falling or maintaining sleep for three or more nights per week for at least three months. This inability to have stable sleep affects patients daytime life whether through excessive daytime fatigue or sleepiness.

Things you should know:

Insomnia symptoms approximately occur in 33% to 50% of the adult population

Reasons for occurrence

What can Impact Insomnia?

Older people with poor health have a higher risk. Also, women have twice the rates compared to men. This may be related to higher rates of anxiety and depression, which can be associated with insomnia. Shift workers have a higher risk too.

The Process

Start Your Insomnia Treatment Journey

2. Diagnosis
2 Min

A 2 hour intake where we will discuss your full history and provide sleep education

3. Sleep Diary
10 - 14 days

Figure out where your sleeps at

4. Sessions
Once a week

Minimum 6 sessions by 1hr to workout the results

5. Follow-up
3 months of support

Once we are happy with the result you will have 3 months of support

Care that is here for you

What Clients Are Saying

I’d recommend it to anyone
Barbara D. Stress Sleeping
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After only a few weeks, quality of my sleep increased rapidly. Tracey was super nice and explained everything in a very clear manner. Now I know what to do and what to avoid in order to wake up fresh and full of energy. In case you also have problems with your sleep, contact Tracey.
The Best!
Hanna S.Chronic Sleeping Trouble
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Thank you so much for helping me sleep successfully after more than 50 years of endless trouble! You are the best!
I felt supported throughout my time with her
Benjamin R.Broken Sleeping Trouble
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Couldn’t recommend the 1on1 experience Tracey provided enough! I started experiencing issues with sleep following some personal situations – broken sleep, unable to return to sleep, restlessness – which led to problems with concentration, energy and exacerbating concerns around mental health. Tracey’s genuine concern, attentiveness and solutions focused approach has led to a return to my previously sound sleeping habits. Tracey knows what she’s talking about, and I felt supported throughout my time with her. Highly recommended!
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Frequently Asked Questions

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A clinical consultation is normally all that is needed to determine whether a patient has insomnia or not. Your sleep specialist will determine if there is further testing that may be required, but this is often if they expect another medical condition could be at play. Chronic (long term) insomnia is characterised by difficulty getting to sleep, staying asleep or having non-restorative sleep despite having adequate opportunity for sleep, together with associated impairment of daytime functioning, with symptoms being present for at least 3 months.

There are many causes that can contribute to insomnia, such as anxiety/stress, lifestyle factors, medical conditions, medications, or other sleep disorders. Seeking early treatment of these underlying causes can sometimes treat your insomnia.

When your insomnia becomes chronic (>3months), it can last for months or even years and often requires more specialised intervention in order to revert the sleep to normal. The best way to do this is through cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia (CBT-I).

In the first few months of your sleeping problems, it is possible that your insomnia will self-correct once the causing problem is gone. It is not always easy to determine what the cause of your sleeping problems may be, so seeking professional help may be beneficial.

For those patients who have had insomnia for years and years, it is less likely the insomnia will just magically disappear on its own. Treatments designed for chronic insomnia are the best way to get back to healthy normal sleep.

Yes! You do not have to suffer with your insomnia forever. Many patients have had their sleep revert back to completely normal after decades of sleeping problems.

The underlying cause of how your insomnia started is some sort of stress, but this isn’t necessarily a psychological stress. It could have been stressed caused by a medical condition (e.g., sleep apnea, pregnancy or menopause) and from a mental health condition. Commonly is it caused by stressful life events such as work stress or a situational crisis. Through our sessions together I will help you understand the underlining mechanics of this so you feel fully informed about your sleep.

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