Our guest today is Dr. Julie Kolzet, Ph.D. Dr. Kolzet is a Licensed Psychologist in NY, FL and NC and our topic of discussion today is centered around Sleep.
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Dr. Julie Kolzet, Ph.D., is a health psychologist with licenses to practice in New York, Florida, and North Carolina. She provides evidence-based treatment, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy to individuals across the lifespan, for a range of mental and behavioral health challenges. Dr. Kolzet has a particular specialization in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) and has trained on the fellowship level at the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program at the University of Pennsylvania.
In conjunction with her clinical work with patients, Dr. Kolzet has a passion for clinical supervision and mentorship. Approximately eight years ago, Dr. Kolzet developed an educational training program for advanced doctoral students. Select students provide treatment to patients at her group practice. She is an adjunct clinical faculty member at both the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology and Fordham University’s Graduate School of Education.
Dr. Kolzet is passionate about advancing mental health care into the future and has undertaken a variety of ventures in pursuit of this goal. In 2019, she consulted for Circady, a digital therapeutics company owned by Healios that was named MedTech Breakthrough’s “Best Sleep Monitoring Solution” in 2019. As a consultant to Circady, she worked with the Company’s Chief Operating Officer, Chief Technology Officer and product development team, providing clinical expertise and assistance in the development of the company’s business plans and strategic partnerships.
Behavioral sleep medicine expert Julie Kolzet, PhD. will unpack for us among many things related to sleep and making CBT work for insomnia (CBT-I).
Dr. Kolzet is an editorial advisory board member for Psycom.net and Psycom Pro, subsidiaries of Remedy Health Media, a leading digital health platform. Dr. Kolzet develops original content and assists the team in selecting subject matters to publish. Her recent media coverage can be found on the “Press” page on her website, www.doctorkolzet.com.
- Insomnia and the Inner Workings of CBT-I; Source: https://pro.psycom.net/insomnia/insomnia-model-and-cbt-strategies
- International directory of CBT-I providers, Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program, Department of Psychiatry, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania
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