Sleep Consultancy in Wokingham
People of all ages with sleeping problems have been helped by Dr Browning, ranging from infants through to retirees. She offers a scientifically based assessment of your sleeping issues with recommended changes to help you overcome your sleeping problems.
How can Sleep Consultancy help you?
When you have trouble falling or staying asleep it can be extremely distressing. Plus, insomnia is also associated with anxiety, depression and obesity. Sleep consultancy helps children and adults improve their sleep, using scientifically based behavioural and cognitive changes.
What can I expect?
Following an introductory telephone call, a detailed history of your sleep will be taken and you will be asked to complete a daily sleep diary. This information will then be reviewed and analysed by Dr Browning prior to the 1-2-1 consultation.
During the 50 minute 1-2-1 consultation, Dr Browning will walk you through a series of recommendations based on your specific sleep issues that include behavioural and cognitive changes to help you to improve your sleep. You will also receive a copy of this personalised plan and post-consultation email support. Further sessions, where required, can also be given.
What can sleep consultancy treat?
- Infant, child and adult sleeping issues
- Difficulty falling asleep
- Difficulty staying asleep
- Waking too early and being unable to get back to sleep
- Waking and feeling unrefreshed
Dr Lindsay Browning BSc MSc (Oxon) CPsychol AFBPsS
Dr Lindsay Browning is a neuroscientist and sleep consultant. She has a doctorate (DPhil) from the University of Oxford where she investigated the relationship between worry and insomnia. She also has an MSc. in Neuroscience and a First Class BSc. in Psychology.
When Dr Browning received her doctorate she realised that there was a desperate need for help for people suffering from insomnia. The sleep consultancy advice offered by Dr Lindsay Browning is based on her expertise in sleep. She is a Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society https://www.bps.org.uk, a member of the British Sleep Society and a member of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. Dr Browning is a qualified and respected professional in the field and started helping people overcome their sleeping problems in 2006 with her practice Trouble Sleeping www.troublesleeping.co.uk
She currently lives in Berkshire with her husband and two children. Previously, she has lived in Singapore and America where she taught anatomy and physiology at an American university.