Online sleep therapy by psychologists specialised in women’s sleep

Trying to improve your sleep on your own can be tough. Let us help you uncover why your sleep isn’t as restful as it could be, and guide you on your personalised path towards better sleep.

What’s on your mind?

No matter what you're dealing with or what you hope to achieve with better sleep, we're here to help.

Difficulty falling or staying asleep, or waking up too early
Racing thoughts at night
Stress and burnout
Irritability and mood concerns
Poor quality of sleep
Fatigue and exhaustion
Difficulty multitasking
Poor memory and focus
Shift work or irregular sleep patterns
Problems adjusting to CPAP therapy
How it works
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  • Before you start

    Create your account. Follow the steps to choose your preferred session time and book your live video appointment with your sleep psychologist.

  • Your first session (60-min)

    Tell your psychologist about your struggles with sleep and how it’s affecting you. Together, we’ll identify the underlying cause of your sleep issues and work on improving them with a personalised plan of action. This may include things like adjusting your day and night-time habits, and simple activities you can do to relax your mind and body for better sleep.

  • Follow-up session (50-min)

    Depending on your unique needs, your psychologist may recommend 3 to 5 follow-up sessions to achieve the best outcome for you. Together, we’ll assess your progress and equip you with additional techniques and resources as part of your sleep therapy plan.

  • Between session

    You are never alone. Your sleep therapy plan comes with access to digital sleep tools, allowing your psychologist to track your progress between sessions and guide you through any challenges through online chat. Progress takes time and and we’re here to support you, every step of the way.

Specialised in CBT-i approaches that treat the root causes of insomnia, our sleep psychologists work with you to achieve lasting results; so you can awaken your best into the future.

Evidence-based sleep therapy

Our front-line approach to insomnia is CBT-i — recommended by the Australasian Sleep Association as the first-line treatment for insomnia.1

CBT-i is a type of sleep therapy that uses a non-medication approach to help you sleep better. It aims to uncover what’s keeping you awake at night,
and works to recalibrate your thoughts and behaviour to naturally restore you to better sleep.

CBT-i can be an effective way to treat insomnia, and improvements in sleep may be seen within 2 to 3 weeks of starting therapy.2 CBT-i can be as effective as sleeping pills in treating insomnia, and it’s effects may be longer lasting and sustained over time.3

CBT-i is a structured program, but it’s applied differently for each individual. A psychologist trained in CBT-i can guide you on the right techniques and how best to apply them to your individual context and circumstances.



Source: Ree M, Junge M, Cunnington D. Australasian Sleep Association position statement regarding the use of psychological/behavioral treatments in the management of insomnia in adults. Sleep Med. 2017 Aug;36 Suppl 1:S43-S47.


Source: Morin CM, Beaulieu-Bonneau S, Ivers H, Vallières A, Guay B, Savard J, Mérette C. Speed and trajectory of changes of insomnia symptoms during acute treatment with cognitive-behavioral therapy, singly and combined with medication. Sleep Med. 2014 Jun;15(6):701-7.


Source: Mitchell MD, Gehrman P, Perlis M, Umscheid CA. Comparative effectiveness of cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia: a systematic review. BMC Fam Pract. 2012 May 25;13:40.