Sleep Therapy by Dr Kat

sleep well.
feel good.

Sleeping well is a basic human right.

And yet, sometimes it can be a struggle.  

Hello, I’m Dr Kat. I help women who are struggling to sleep do that one thing they really want to do: sleep well again.  

Not sleeping well, takes the joy out of your day.

Sure, you still do all the things you have to do, but there’s something missing. Maybe you feel you’re letting others and yourself down. That’s a painful feeling. One that can make you feel lonely too.

I can help you get the sleep you need by taking a scientific, holistic and collaborative approach to sleep problems and insomnia. So you recover the energy and mental space you desire to enjoy your life to its fullest. 

Remember how deeply and well you slept as a child? I can’t make you young again, but I believe that together we can get some of that calm feeling back.”

Dr. Kat

I believe that letting go of ‘sleep rules’ leads to sleeping well again.

Do you blame yourself for not sleeping? Do you tell yourself in order to sleep you have to do the right things and do them perfectly? May I ask, how is this working for you?

What if, instead of focusing on “don’ts” or instilling harsh and controlling rules, together we craft a Personalised Sleep Plan to meet your specific needs? And learn to listen a little less to that critical inner voice?  

If you’re willing to put the work in, it often only takes a few sessions to set you on the path to better sleep habits. We’ll meet on video chat, and work together to develop the skills you need to get the rest you want.

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Want to make sense of sleep?

I wrote Sleep Sense to share my fascination with sleep with all of you. To help you understand why sleep is important for every single one of us. My aim is to empower you to take steps that are right for you to sleep well.

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Feeling a little tired today? The clocks may change overnight, however, our bodies need a little longer to adjust. The clock change in the Spring is certainly worse for overall health and wellbeing; losing of sleep can have a significant impact. An earlier night when the clocks go forward can be helpful in managing the impact, but this doesn’t always fit without plans and lifestyles. So, if you didn’t manage to get a super early night on Saturday, try to give yourself a little compassion in the coming week. Since there’s no such thing as ‘catching up’ on Sleep, we need to ensure that we are not beating ourselves up about feeling tired and instead, ensuring we prioritise sleep to lessen the impact of ’lost sleep’.Be kind to yourself & rest your body when you can. Kat xP.S If you’d like to read more about this, I was recently featured in Psychologies Magazine taking about Circadian Rhythm and seasonal changes like this.#ClockChange #SpringForward #BritishSummerTime #Sleep #Tiredness #SleepTips #Wellbeing #WomensHealth ... See MoreSee Less
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