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Help Your Child Sleep Again
Kids' Sleep Therapy & Child Insomnia Treatment

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Is every night a sleep battle? Does your child’s sleep trouble affect yours? Are you searching for a child insomnia treatment because bedtime issues are wearing you thin?


Struggling with sleep problems is exhausting. If nights are a complicated routine or a struggle to sleep, it's time to consider children’s sleep therapy that empowers you and your child.


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) is a proven, medicine-free child insomnia treatment for Ages 5 & Up that transforms sleepless nights into restorative rest so kids can be their best at home & school. Parents see improvement in their children in as little as 3 sessions

We are licensed to work with kids in 39 States including New York, New Jersey, Florida, Texas and Pennsylvania, offering accessible online sessions to fit your schedule.

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What is Sleep Therapy for Kids?

CBT-I sleep therapy is a short-term, scientifically proven approach designed to tackle sleep issues and effective for children Ages 5 & Up. It helps kids learn to self soothe and sleep without needing you or a complicated sleep routine. 


By focusing on the thoughts and behaviors around sleep, CBT-I helps your child form a positive connection with sleep. Unlike medication, the therapy avoids all health risks & any undesirable side effects. Simplify your sleep routine and empower your child to sleep independently. 

Benefits of CBT-I Sleep Therapy for Your Child:

  • Quick Results: Noticeable improvement often occurs within 2-3 sessions.

  • Whole Child Wellness: Beyond better sleep, CBT-I can reduce ADHD symptoms, enhance mood, and improve school performance.

  • Long-Term Effectiveness: Studies show lasting benefits, even years after completing sleep therapy.

How Does Kids Sleep Therapy Work?

CBT-I Sleep Therapy addresses your child's worries and actions concerning sleep.


It starts with understanding the root causes of their sleep issues – be it anxiety, fear of the dark, reluctance to sleep alone, or something else. Through a tailored, personalized plan, Dr. Tal guides you in teaching your child in re-learning how to sleep. 


They will develop calm, relaxing thoughts and experiences associated with sleep, helping them to manage and avoid future sleep issues.

When Should a Parent Consider CBT-I for Their Child?

Any parent seeking a lasting change in their child's sleep patterns. If you're tired of worrying about sleepless nights and their effects like cranky moods and bad grades, CBT-I is the best solution.

Child Insomnia Treatment Safety:

CBT-I is recognized and recommended by the American College of Physicians as the first-line treatment for trouble sleeping and insomnia.


Our approach is a gentle, talk-based therapy, free from medications. We focus on teaching self-soothing and gradual sleeping independence, ensuring safety and comfort for your child.

About Dr. Joshua Tal - Child Sleep Expert

Dr. Joshua Tal PhD., is a Stanford-trained psychologist with 10 years of experience in sleep therapy, and a licensed psychologist serving patients online in 39 states including New York City and New Jersey. 

As a parent to two young children Ages 5 & 8 himself, Dr. Tal combines personal and professional insights in treating child sleep issues. His approach helps parents see improvement in their children in as little as 3 sessions, proving that restful sleep and improved well-being are attainable without reliance on medication.

Transform Sleep for Your Family

Begin the journey to better sleep for your child and your family. With CBT-I Sleep Therapy, restful nights and energized days are within reach. Contact us to learn more and schedule a free consultation.

End the Sleep Struggle

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