We know CBT-I works, now what?

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Journal Article


Fac Rev, Volume 11, p.4 (2022)


<p>Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) has been shown to be efficacious and now is considered the first-line treatment for insomnia for both uncomplicated insomnia and insomnia that occurs comorbidly with other chronic disorders (comorbid insomnia). The purposes of this review are to provide a comprehensive summary of the efficacy data (for example, efficacy overall and by clinical and demographic considerations and by CBT-I formulation) and to discuss the future of CBT-I (for example, what next steps should be taken in terms of research, dissemination, implementation, and practice).</p>

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