Learning Objectives

  • Initiate and conduct multi-component CBT to patients with chronic insomnia
  • Identify use of individual modules based on patient's clinical features
  • Identify reasons for non-compliance and address them


  • 4 Modules    |
  • 4 Videos    |
  • 40 Minutes Total Hour  
  • Goals of CBT-I
  • Principles
  • Different Tools used under CBT-I
  • How to progress when you are performing CBTI on patients

About the Faculty

ravi gupta
  • RAVI GUPTA MD, PHD Additional Professor, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Rishikesh (Uttarakhand), India
  • Eligibility-all doctors (General Physicians, MD, Cardiologists, Pulmonologists, Diabetologists, ENTs, Neurologists, Psychiatrists, Internal Medicine, Medical Trainees, Sleep Technicians, etc) seeking information and keep on enhancing their skills and careers in the field of sleep medicine.




Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBTI) guides patients through a series of changes in sleep-related behaviours.
CBT-I focuses on exploring the connection between the way we think, the things we do, and how we sleep. During treatment, a trained CBT-I provider helps to identify thoughts, feelings, and behaviours that are contributing to the symptoms of insomnia.
We will be sharing you a google classroom link and you can also join our facebook group and can post your queries which will be resolved.
Once you have completed the course you will get the certificate via email.


  • Duration: 40 Minutes
  • Video: 4
  • Level: Advance
  • Certificate: Yes

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