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Sleep disorders are caused by any combination of physical, psychological, medical, and environmental factors. Targeting how and why poor sleep occurs is vital to treating sleep disorders and their symptoms. Examples of some common sleep disorders include insomnia, sleep apnea, narcolepsy, restless legs syndrome, and REM sleep behavior disorder. Seeking professional mental health and medical support is essential to obtaining healthy sleep habits for the sake of improving productive daily functioning and positive relationships.

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Rachel Dahlgren


Rachel Dahlgren helps her clients cope with psychological issues that may be negatively impacting sleep and other important aspects of their life. She is experienced in treating depression, anxiety, mood disorders, life transitions, health issues, relational issues, trauma, gender identity, and addiction. Rachel recognizes that these persistent mental health issues can negatively affect sleep habits. She aims to help her patients deal with any underlying emotional issues by practicing a person-centered approach to treatment, as a means to create positive behavioral and habitual changes to their sleep routine and etiquette.

Virginia Harren

Clinical Supervisor

Virginia Harren approaches her patients by utilizing a holistic and clinical method of addressing and treating sleep related problems. She knows that although some sleep disorders are based in medical and biological causes, she understands that emotional, behavioral, and environmental factors are just as significant in sleep health. As a licensed clinical professional counselor, Virginia is trained in using Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical-Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) to treat emotional and behavioral issues that influence poor sleep and consequential negative results.

Sloan Kodroff

Clinical Supervisor

Sloan Kodroff understands that poor and insufficient sleep can be triggered by a specific event, occupational difficulties or relationship issues. He works with patients to uncover and discover how these factors impact their thoughts, emotions, behaviors, and overall anxiety. Sloan listens, mentors, and develops an appropriate and adaptable treatment plan to help his clients cope with their psychological concerns in order to achieve better sleep. He believes that by obtaining better sleep, individuals can achieve greater success in their daily lives through increased productivity, improved communication, and healthier relationships.