Sleepstation is a clinically validated, digitally delivered, screening, care navigation and support service for those experiencing sleep problems, including a full online programme of cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia (CBTi). NICE recommends CBTi as the first-line approach for chronic insomnia.

Sleepstation delivers effective and uniquely personalised remote care at scale to support insomnia recovery at home and typically resolves insomnia symptoms and improves quality of life for more than 80% of service users who engage (87% national average for NHS cohorts). It also delivers meaningful sleep improvements for those who access lower level intensity coaching and sleep support services.

Appropriate for those who…

  • Have difficulty falling asleep
  • Have difficulty staying asleep (waking up during the night and having trouble returning to sleep)
  • Wake up too early in the morning
  • Have un-refreshing sleep (also called “non-restorative sleep”)
  • Complain of sleep problems lasting longer than four weeks with impact on next day function
  • Present with low mood and associated sleep disturbance
  • Desire to taper off hypnotic medications

Not appropriate for those who…

  • Have Epilepsy, bipolar disorder, a personality disorder, schizophrenia or other psychotic spectrum disorders
  • Have very severe untreated generalised anxiety (this should be addressed first)
  • History of psychosis/psychotic episodes, seizures or acute PTSD
  • Are parasomnias
  • Are at high risk of fall
  • Are under 18 years of age
  • Are pregnant and have any pregnancy related complications or risk factors (including age, obesity, chronic health condition and/or lifestyle factors such as smoking or alcohol use)
  • Are currently undergoing CBT with another provider
  • Are currently receiving psychiatric support (unless referred by the psychiatrist).
  • Are unable to use a computer/smart phone and access the internet daily

How to access

Clinical Referrals send to:

Self-Referral via:
or scan the QR code to the right