Lori Neeleman, PhD, DBSM
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Lori Neeleman, PhD., DBSM

 

Lori Neeleman, PhD, DBSM is a licensed clinical psychologist with board certification in behavioral sleep medicine through the American Board of Sleep Medicine and the Board of Behavioral Sleep Medicine.  She completed her undergraduate education at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah in psychology with an emphasis in health psychology and psychobiology.  Dr. Neeleman completed her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at Brigham Young University and her predoctoral internship and postdoctoral fellowship at St. Mary’s Children and Family Services in Syosset, NY. 

 

Dr. Neeleman is one of the few clinical psychologists in Utah with board certification in behavioral sleep medicine.  She has expertise in providing cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia, the recommended first line treatment for insomnia by the American College of Physicians and the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.  Dr. Neeleman provides consultation, education, diagnostic and therapeutic interventions for a full range of sleep problems including:

  • Insomnia
  • Circadian Rhythm Sleep Wake Disorders
  • Intolerance of pap therapy for sleep disordered breathing
  • Discontinuing or reducing the use of sleep medication
  • Nightmares
  • Behaviors during sleep (e.g., sleep walking, talking, eating)
  • Sleep disturbance in the context of depression, anxiety, PTSD, mood instability, substance use, chronic pain.
  • Sleep across the life span
  • Sleep optimization to improve performance
  • Sleep disturbance due to shift work or frequent travel.

Dr. Neeleman practices behavioral sleep medicine at the Intermountain Sleep Centers.  For more information, call 801-314-2400 (TOSH) or 801-408-3617 (LDSH).