1 hr 8 min

Sleep Hygiene and Pain Reprocessing Therapy with Annie Miller The Pain Changer™ Podcast

    • Alternative Health

In this week’s episode of The Pain Changer, I chat with Annie Miller, a psychotherapist and founder of the DC Metro Sleep and Psychotherapy center.

Annie and I have a great chat about what really keeps us up at night, and how we can start to shift those things to allow for a full and easy night’s sleep. We also chat about her method for helping to dissolve chronic pain!

In this episode, you will:
Learn what is actually keeping you up at night and that your belief that you have insomnia is really working against you!Learn better sleep hygiene and when to use the bed versus other furniture for times of restLearn what pain reprocessing therapy is and how it can help youLearn how CBT-i can help you learn how to fall asleep and stay asleep
If you loved this episode and you got a lot out of it, leave a review and share your biggest takeaway with me. And while you've got your phone out, make sure to follow me on Instagram @coachktdubs for more quick tips and tricks on how to change your experience with pain.

Annie Miller is a licensed psychotherapist in private practice in the Washington DC area. She is the owner and founder of DC Metro Sleep and Psychotherapy.
 Annie specializes in working with sleep disorders, chronic pain, and trauma. Annie uses a variety of evidence-based techniques including CBT-i for insomnia, EMDR for trauma, and PRT (pain reprocessing therapy) for chronic pain.
 Annie received her BA from the University of Pennsylvania and her MSW from the University of Chicago. Annie is a licensed clinical social worker in Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Virginia.
Where to find Annie: DCMetroTherapy.com
Online program: YourCalmBrain.com/Program


Credit: Tom Giovingo, Intro & Outro, Random Voice Guy, Professional ‘Cat‘ Herder
Disclaimer: Katie is not a medical professional and she is not qualified to diagnose any conditions. The advice and information she gives is based on her own experience and research. It does not take the place of medical advice. Always consult a medical professional first before you try anything new.

In this week’s episode of The Pain Changer, I chat with Annie Miller, a psychotherapist and founder of the DC Metro Sleep and Psychotherapy center.

Annie and I have a great chat about what really keeps us up at night, and how we can start to shift those things to allow for a full and easy night’s sleep. We also chat about her method for helping to dissolve chronic pain!

In this episode, you will:
Learn what is actually keeping you up at night and that your belief that you have insomnia is really working against you!Learn better sleep hygiene and when to use the bed versus other furniture for times of restLearn what pain reprocessing therapy is and how it can help youLearn how CBT-i can help you learn how to fall asleep and stay asleep
If you loved this episode and you got a lot out of it, leave a review and share your biggest takeaway with me. And while you've got your phone out, make sure to follow me on Instagram @coachktdubs for more quick tips and tricks on how to change your experience with pain.

Annie Miller is a licensed psychotherapist in private practice in the Washington DC area. She is the owner and founder of DC Metro Sleep and Psychotherapy.
 Annie specializes in working with sleep disorders, chronic pain, and trauma. Annie uses a variety of evidence-based techniques including CBT-i for insomnia, EMDR for trauma, and PRT (pain reprocessing therapy) for chronic pain.
 Annie received her BA from the University of Pennsylvania and her MSW from the University of Chicago. Annie is a licensed clinical social worker in Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Virginia.
Where to find Annie: DCMetroTherapy.com
Online program: YourCalmBrain.com/Program


Credit: Tom Giovingo, Intro & Outro, Random Voice Guy, Professional ‘Cat‘ Herder
Disclaimer: Katie is not a medical professional and she is not qualified to diagnose any conditions. The advice and information she gives is based on her own experience and research. It does not take the place of medical advice. Always consult a medical professional first before you try anything new.

1 hr 8 min