Insomnia can have a profound impact on all aspects of day to day life - at home and at work. Research suggests that 40% of the population suffer sleep issues costing the UK economy an estimated £40.2 billion in loss of productivity at work!
With sleep deprivation impacting negatively on physical, emotional and mental health it is important that insomnia is addressed. The knock on effects for companies can be huge with increased safety risks - 1 in 6 road traffic accidents can be attributed to driver fatigue.
During this 60 minute workshop, we will explore how insomnia develops, the importance of a diagnosis, some of the consequences associated with insomnia and how using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia (CBTi) can help. We will also cover how to broach sleep issues in the workplace.
The aim of the workshop is to leave you with a better understanding of how insomnia can impact colleagues and the support available to help them to manage it.
- Exploration of insomnia and sleep physiology, supporting an understanding around how sleep issues develop.
- We will look at the impact that chronic sleep deprivation has on the individual and more widely on the company
- Practical support through the use of CBTi methods will be quickly covered
- Workplace sleep culture will be focused on, exploring how to bring up the conversations around sleep issues and appropriate responses to share with colleagues.
How the Workshop is Delivered
- Duration: 1 hour
- Number of Attendees: up to 100
- Includes a 15 min Q&A session and PDF summary
Who Is This For?
This workshop is for companies who want to better support and understand the challenges that colleagues have when suffering with insomnia.
Please enquire directly with the team around costings. Bespoke workshops can be produce.
Vicki is a leading sleep expert and has worked on a number of evidence based sleep projects across all areas of sleep from new-borns to adults. She is CEO of the award winning 'The Sleep Charity', that she founded over a decade ago. Vicki regularly features in the national media and 'Your Wake Up Call', saw her taking to the TEDx stage in 2019. She is actively involved in research and has a number of published papers, and is currently working with Exeter University, York University and Bristol University on new research projects.
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