Getting a good night’s sleep is key to maintaining both physical and mental health and wellbeing.

A lack of sleep can impact an individual’s mood, ability to learn and retain information, and affect a person’s judgment. Although sleep concerns can happen at any age, research indicates that young adults aren’t getting the sleep they need. Staying up late, academic pressure, technology, and emotional stressors can all impact an individual’s ability to sleep through the night. Our clinicians can help young adults identify individual barriers that may be keeping them from falling asleep or staying asleep. Additionally, mental health professionals can introduce various techniques that can aid young adults in treating symptoms of insomnia.