without sleeping pills.
Fighting insomnia is exhausting. Lack of sleep can affect your physical & mental health, work performance and quality of life. Find out what’s possible through our psychology-based evaluation and discover what you need to start sleeping soundly, sooner—without drugs or supplements.
Types of Clients We Treat
Insomnia impacts millions of Americans each year, causing a number of harmful side effects physically, mentally and emotionally. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms listed below, we can provide a long-term solution.
All Clients. All Walks of Life.
100% Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Our interactive program guides you through the process of changing your thoughts around sleep. We teach you how to identify the internal and external factors that rob you of rest, before retraining your brain to discover its drive for sleep.
We’re excited to help you start sleeping better, sooner. This online course is only $549 and is 100% satisfaction guaranteed, or your money back.
Somly treats clients with insomnia, age 25 and older.
Experts Recommend CBTI
Our 6-week, online program is based on research and clinical practice, and led by our Sleep Professor Dr. Robert Oexman.
Dr. Oexman has managed research studies at the Stanford University Sleep Research Center, Harvard Sleep Research Center, Toronto University Sleep Research Center and Research Triangle International prior to starting Somly.
Over the course of our program, you will come to understand the science of your sleep. CBTI is recommended by Harvard Medical School, Mayo Clinic, WebMD, National Sleep Foundation and the National Institute of Health.
Our Promise to You
We understand that not getting enough sleep may be frustrating or embarrassing, so we make the following promises to protect your privacy, improve your sleep and ultimately your quality of life. Try our $549 program risk-free or your money back.
Tips and Resources To Help You Sleep
Looking to learn more about how you can overcome your insomnia? From debunking popular insomnia cures to uncovering Spielman’s model of insomnia, you can find an array of tips to help you get the good night’s sleep you deserve at the Somly blog.