Frequently Asked Questions for Executive Sleep Consulting
Q: What kind of sleep issues do you deal with?
A: We treat insomnia, frequent waking, general exhaustion and fatigue, snoring, apnea, nightmares, and restless leg syndrome. We do not currently treat narcolepsy.
Q: Are your services covered by insurance?
A: No, we are not covered by insurance.
Q: I already tried CBT-i (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia) and it didn't work, can you still work with me?
A: Yes, are program goes much more in depth than CBT-i, including ACT, RTT, ERP and more. We are in the insomnia specialists and know how to dive deep to get results.
Q: What is the cost of the program?
A: The first consultation is always free, and based upon our discussion, we will decide which sleep solution package works best for you. They range in price from $1,800 to $4,200 depending on what you need. We are open to payment plans and want to work within your budget to solve your sleep issues. Most sleep programs are 3 months in length.
Q: How long have you been in practice? What is your success rate?
A: We have been in practice for over 10 years. For clients who stick with the program and do the exercises and techniques we recommend, we have a +90% success rate.
Q: I couldn't sleep with a CPAP machine, how do you treat apnea differently?
A: We take the full biomechanics of a person into account and have developed a multi-system approach to help correct breathing issues at night, including weight loss, functional medicine, tongue exercises, posture strengthening, breathing restructuring and more.
Q: Do you work with children?
A: I don't do infant sleep training, but I do work with children and young adults.
Q: I'm hooked on sleeping pills, is there any way of getting off of them?
A: Yes, we specialize in getting people off sleeping pills even after many years. We work in collaboration with your other medical care providers to do this safely and effectively.
Q: I'm working with another therapist, can I still do sleep coaching?
A: Yes, many of our clients are also working with other therapists while they work with us on their sleep. We coordinate efforts and are sensitive to other issues that are being dealt with.
Q: What is functional medicine?
A: We work with a team of functional medicine doctors to help diagnose and treat any underlying biochemical imbalances that might be affecting sleep. Functional medicine is a specialty in the medical world that focuses on getting to the root cause of any individuals health and crafting customized, natural solutions to help restore balance to the body and mind.