The focus of the behavioral sleep clinic is to treat sleeping difficulties that are not medically related. Treatment includes behavioral assessment, intervention planning, and family training to alleviate existing difficulties and strengthen sleep-related skills.
Our clinical process includes an evaluation, followed by a tailored plan designed to address common issues including: inability to fall asleep alone or stay in bed all night, problems with sleep schedules, challenging behaviors caused by inconsistent sleep routines, as well as challenging behaviors associated with sleep routines
Before a program is developed, families must complete forms and questionnaires designed to collect data on:
After the initial home-based data collection, families participate in a clinical interview to complete the initial evaluation and begin planning for sleep interventions.
Following the initial evaluation session, families work with the sleep clinic staff to develop a home-based sleep behavior intervention plan (S-BSP) which emphasizes:
During sleep treatment sessions families are provided with specific training on all intervention components and work continually with Sleep Clinic staff to develop intervention strategies that are functional within their homes.
Ongoing support is provided to help families respond proactively to challenges in a positive and successful fashion. As acute problems remit, the Sleep Clinic team works with families to ensure functional skill development with all aspects of sleep-related behavior and to fade intervention components to support full independence.
CCSN Behavioral Health accepts insurance from a variety of providers. We would be happy to check eligibility and verify benefits with your insurance company. Please contact us for more information.
Our clinicians support individuals and families in treating behavior problems and building successful skills
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In this Clinic we work with children and families to build independent skills and improve their quality of life through the science of applied behavior analysis
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