Tired and Wired: Sleep and Hyperarousal

With Anne Germain, PhD, Founder and CEO, NOCTEM Health, Inc.

Optimal sleep is a pillar of mental health and resilience. With acute or chronic stress, sleep disturbances can precipitate and perpetuate disorders of hyperarousal, and in turn, impede recovery and diminish the effectiveness of evidence based treatments. However, sleep-focused interventions can improve both sleep and daytime symptoms of hyperarousal and treatment outcomes. Join Anne Germain, PhD, Founder and CEO, NOCTEM Health, Inc., on Tuesday, July 9 from 12pm – 1pm EST for a discussion about the clinical relevance of sleep in the context of hyperarousal using post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as a case example.

Thank you for your interest in our upcoming webinar. We have a maximum capacity of 1000 registrants, and once this limit is reached, registration will be closed.

Date: Tues., July 9, 2024
Time: 12pm – 1pm EST

Learning Objectives:

  1.  Identify the 4 key characteristics of optimal sleep
  2.  Describe the relationship between sleep and disorders of hyperarousal and their clinical implications.
  3. Discuss how sleep-focused, behavioral interventions that can have a direct impact on hyperarousal.

If you’re unable to secure a spot, don’t worry! Please check this page for updates Webinars | Resources | EHN Canada (edgewoodhealthnetwork.com) and a recording of the webinar will be posted within 7 business days for you to register and receive a certificate for watching the recording.

Please note that we will not be offering continuing education credits for this webinar. If you have any questions or concerns, please email [email protected].