Sleep is one of the most important things we do for our health and well-being - yet over 30% of people struggle with sleep at some point in their lives. Many people don't know that effective treatment exists to improve sleep and get rid of insomnia and struggle for long periods of time.
There's no need to suffer - good help is available and you can sleep better.
Based on the latest research and evidence, we have put together an effective sleep program to help you sleep better permanently without the use of medication, machines or magic.
Working with our occupational therapist, you will be introduced and guided through practical strategies and practices that are proven to support good sleep. Sessions are provided remotely over video or phone, so there's no need to add extra time travelling to appointments with your busy schedule.
discover good sleep
Improving your sleep doesn't have to be complicated. We will walk you through simple, practical strategies over several weeks that will improve the quality and duration of your sleep.
maintain good sleep
The approaches we use are shown to have sustained effects on sleep. So when you're finished with us, you can expect to continue to sleep well into the future.
What to expect
- Our sleep program is usually delivered over 4 or more sessions depending on your progress.
- The first session is an intake where we determine the nature of your sleep issue and see if our program is the right fit for you.
- The treatment sessions involve reviewing your sleep, education, introducing you to sleep strategies and practicing strategies. We will help prescribe sleep practices that are clear and easy to implement.
- Our treatment approaches include aspects of cognitive behavioural therapy, habit adjustment, stress reduction and therapeutic use of activity.
- Intake screening (15-20 minutes) is offered free of cost
- Standard program is $300 for 4 remote sessions, access to educational and practical resources and unlimited email support.
How to pay
Occupational therapy treatment can be covered by some extended healthcare plans (for example Sun Life) and many healthcare spending accounts.
Check your plan to see if it covers occupational therapy, or has a health spending account (HSA) - sometimes called a wellness plan.