Overcoming Insomnia with CBTi & Mindfulness Psychotherapy

In this episode, Medical Intuitive and Licensed Professional Counsellor, Katie Beecher discusses how our psychological and physiological states influence our health, and how to use your intuition as a tool in order to support your mental and physical wellbeing.

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Say Hello to Heather

Sleep Psychotherapist

Heather believes that the path to wellbeing lies in a good night’s sleep. Heather completed her MA in Mindfulness-based Psychotherapy via Middlesex University. She also holds a diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy from Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling (BCPC) and has completed training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia (CBTI), Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (MBCBT) and Trauma Assessment under Babette Rothschild. She continues to train across all aspects of sleep and psychotherapy.
Alongside her work as a Sleep Therapist at The London Sleep Centre, Heather runs a private psychotherapy practice in Oxford, bound by the UKCP code of ethics and regularly supervised in line with requirements.
Heather specialises in issues such as trauma and PTSD and particularly how they can present as challenges to sleep. From the perspective of psychotherapy, an important part of her ongoing clinical research addresses the cyclical question; what comes first, poor sleep or poor mental health?
Heather also provides Corporate Sleep and Stress Reduction Programs, using an evidence-based visual model that brings the benefits of therapy directly to people working in stressful environments. Her uniquely integrated approach uses a combination of workshops and 1:1 coaching.