In this episode of Stewarts Soundbites, Emma Lyons speaks to Dr David Lee, Clinical Director of Sleep Unlimited, about how sleep can become corrupted after catastrophic injury.
Dr Lee discusses the most common sleep issues people experience (based upon the nature and extent of their problem) and how to identify the stage at which a sleep assessment is appropriate (if at all).
Dr Lee explores how corrupted sleep can impact a programme of rehabilitation and offers top tips to the multi-disciplinary team when dealing with someone experiencing sleep problems in the course of therapeutic interventions. Dr Lee and Emma also discuss the most common means of treating corrupted sleep.
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About the guest speaker: Dr David Lee, Chartered Psychologist and Chartered Scientist, Clinical Director of Sleep Unlimited
Dr David Lee BSc PhD CertEd CPsychol AFBPsS CSci is a Chartered Psychologist and Chartered Scientist who has been teaching, researching and disseminating findings from his own research into sleep and the psychobehavioural treatment of insomnia for the last fifteen years.
He holds memberships with the World Association of Sleep Medicine, the British Sleep Society, The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers, The British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapists and The British Psychological Society, where he also holds an Associate Fellowship.
David has held various academic posts, but now works full-time as Clinical Director for Sleep Unlimited Ltd. A company which specialises in the delivery of training of psychobehavioural treatment strategies for insomnia under the umbrella of the REST programme and in the assessment and treatment of individuals with insomnia.
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