Hello there! Want to know a bit more about your sleep coach Tracey? Read on.

About Me

Why Choose Me…

I love what I do!

Anyone who knows me, knows I love talking about sleep. I have been known to put people to sleep just talking about it. I think it’s important to love what you do and I have really found my passion helping people get healthy normal sleep again.

My methods are backed by science!

I don’t believe in doing things that don’t work. That is why all the methods I use to get patients sleeping properly again are principles of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), which is considered gold standard treatment.

You can stay at home!

All sessions are conducted online via video chat. They are one on one and tailored specifically for you. There is no need to leave the house and travel far to have your appointment (you can even stay in your pyjamas if you like).

Treatment is medication free!

These sessions are medication free! Treating insomnia with drugs is not always the best choice as it does little to address the cause of the problem. CBT-I has shown to dramatically reduce medication use and give patients the skills to sleep for life!

Wait times are short!

Some specialised sleep clinics have a minimum 6 month waiting list, and that is just to have your initial interview! With TM Insomnia Treatment you can book your appointment at your earliest convenience and start sleeping better faster!

No referrals needed!

You don’t need to waste time making an appointment with your General Practitioner, just to get a referral. This only delays the start of your treatment and prolongs your sleep from getting back on track.

What else can I help you with?

Exercise and weight loss:

When I was in the Army I also worked as a fitness instructor. I have experience designing training schedules not only for weight loss but for those really looking to increase fitness or to achieve their optimal beach body!

Occupational Medicine:

I have experience in occupational health not only from working FIFO in Australia but working as an Occupational Health Nurse for the European Space Agency. I can help you input a healthier work/life balance which is immensely important for stress levels and morale. I also have experience in ergonomics which is another, often overlooked, important factor for your health and wellbeing.

Nutrition and good eating practices:

There is an overwhelming amount of evidence that what we put in our mouth matters. When it comes to your sleep, correct nutrition and healthy eating practices are also important to ensure your current eating habits aren’t contributing to your sleep problem!

Want to know more about my background?

Of course you may be a little curious as to who I am and why I think I can help you with your sleep! I haven’t always worked in the sleep medicine field and I’ve worn a lot of hats over my medical career.

I started my career off as a medic for the Australian Army and worked in that capacity for about eight years. I worked abroad on deployments and on home soil in a wide variety of clinical settings. After my Army career I became a fly in, fly out (FIFO) paramedic for a few years and enjoyed the challenges to working in remote and challenging settings.

I then moved to The Hague in The Netherlands and this is where I discovered a love of sleep medicine. I was working in an international clinic where I stumbled into the field and have never looked back.

I went to London and worked in a couple of sleep clinics and then went on to do further sleep medicine courses and a Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) course in Edinburgh in 2017. I went back to Edinburgh in 2018 for an Advanced CBT-I course and started practicing as a CBT-I therapist in the International Health Centre in The Hague from there on in. I’ve also completed courses through the Australian Psychological Society in Sleep theory and Insomnia. So far, I have helped hundreds patients get their sleep back on track.