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It’s here! Dr. Carney recently published Goodnight Mind for Teens, a self-help workbook for adolescents and young adults to improve their sleep that can be used on its own or as a companion to the free dozeapp.ca. Click here to purchase Goodnight Mind for Teens on Amazon.

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Follow Dr. Colleen Carney on social media for updates and tips on insomnia and treatment using cognitive behavioural therapy! Instagram: @drcolleencarney Twitter: @drcolleencarney YouTube: Dr. Colleen Carney

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Dr. Colleen Carney was recently featured in an article in Scientia to talk about DOZE and how it’s helping teens sleep better. Check it out to learn more!

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Join Dr. Colleen Carney on May 1, 2020 from the comfort of your own home for an engaging, informative and lively webinar on delivering CBT for insomnia in those with mental health conditions. She will provide demonstrations and resources for assessment, treatment, troubleshooting and adaptations for in-person, as well as telehealth/online delivery.  Click here to purchase a…

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Our graduate student Nicole Carmona visited Royal St. George’s College today for their “Just Say Know” Expo, where she talked to students about teenage sleep problems and our new (free!) app called Doze, which was created by teens, for teens experiencing sleep difficulties. To learn more about Doze, visit https://dozeapp.ca/

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Congratulations to Nicole on the successful defence of her Master’s thesis on August 16, 2019, titled “The Roles of Cognitive Load and Appraisal of Task Difficulty in Predicting Subjective Fatigue and Subsequent Task Disengagement.” Her Master’s research investigated cognitive mechanisms of fatigue among undergraduate students using complex methodology, including self-report measures, behavioural indices, and pupillometry….

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CONGRATULATIONS to Kristin Maich, our beloved doctoral student, on defending her dissertation on August 14, 2019! Kristin conducted a mixed methods study of the mechanisms behind Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for insomnia (CBT-I), with a primary focus on patients’ experiences in therapy. With the guidance of Dr. Kelly McShane, Kristin analyzed a relapse prevention homework assignment in which study patients wrote…

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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) is as effective as sleep medication and has longer lasting benefits in the treatment of chronic insomnia. We are currently recruiting people with insomnia to participate in a study of CBT-I to further understand the cognitive and behavioural changes that take place during insomnia treatment.

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