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Detailed Agenda:

Section I. Brief overview of normal sleep


a.Major influential factors

i. Circadian

ii. Homeostat

iii. Psychophysiological arousal


Section II. Overview of evaluating abnormal sleep (presenting complaints)
a. Sleep history key components

i. Sleepy client complaints

ii. Anxious client complaints

Section III. Brief overview of most common sleep disorders


a. Sleep apnea

i. Presentation

ii. When and why to refer

iii. Utility of NF

b. Restless legs syndrome (RLS)/periodic limb movement disorder (PLMD)

i. Presentation

ii. When and why to refer

iii. Utility of NF

c. Narcolepsy

i. Presentation

ii. When and why to refer

iii. Utility of NF


Section IV. Overview Sleep Disorders-Insomnia Management
A. Insomnia (including circadian rhythm disorders)

i. Presentation

ii. How to evaluate

1. assessment tools

2. interpretation of data

iii. management strategies

1. CBT

a. Stimulus control



b. Sleep restriction

c. Sleep hygiene education

d. Relaxation therapies

i. Relaxation response

ii. Autogenic training, PMR, cognitive restructuring, biofeedback

2. pharmacotherapy

a. how to assess efficacy

b. aid to CBT

iv. When and why to refer

v. Utility of NF

1. primary Tx or training for insomnia

2. adjunctive uses

Section V. Sleep as an extrinsic constraint to NF efficacy discussion
a. evidence

b. case studies







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