Schedule an appointment with a Daytime Sleepiness Therapist in the Chicago Loop
Lizzie Ausland is a licensed clinical professional counselor who is experienced in working with patients coping with a variety of mental health issues. Some of these conditions include anxiety, depression, addiction, life transitions, grief and loss, self-esteem, and stress management. Lizzie understands that any one of these mental health issues can be a contributing factor to daytime sleepiness. Thus, she works diligently and collaboratively with her patients to structure an effective therapeutic plan that assesses and treats sleep disorders as well as any of the underlying issues.
Raymond Myles treats individuals who are dealing with sleep conditions carefully and mindfully in order to properly understand the root and deliver effective and healthy ways to change behaviors. Dr. Myles believes that by targeting the reasoning behind poor sleep habits that result in daytime sleepiness is the key to developing positive change; otherwise people find themselves in unhealthy cycles. He provides a treatment plan that employs the use of both holistic techniques as well as evidence-based practices which include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution-Focused Therapy, Prolonged Exposure (PE), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
Lindsey Ashamalla is trained in working with a wide range of personality disorders and mood fluctuations that may impact an individual’s relationships with those around them. Dr. Ashamalla specializes in working with individuals who suffer from depression, anxiety and interpersonal difficulties; all of which can significantly impact mental health and social well-being. By practicing a strength-based and patient-centered approach, Dr. Ashamalla designs and implements individualized programs that are centered around specific goals. For patients needing to learn coping skills for dealing with a personality disorder such as antisocial personality disorder, she has found that by simply listening, understanding and emphasizing with her patients, they are able to feel safe and secure enough to make significant strides in therapy.