Brigham Young University Provo, UT in Doctor of Philosophy, 2001
American Psychological Association, American Academy of Sleep Medicine
Insomnia, circadian rhythm sleep wake disorders, CPAP adherence, depression, anxiety. About MHI: Mental Health Integration (MHI) is an approach at Intermountain Healthcare that treats the whole person within primary care. Mental health services are guided and provided for by your Primary Care Physician and supported by MHI professionals within your doctor?s office. The clinic team communicates with each other to make sure you?re getting the care you need. MHI Providers are accessed through your Primary Care Physician by way of referral.
Lori Neeleman, PhD, DBSM is a licensed clinical psychologist with board certification in behavioral sleep medicine through the American Board of Sleep Medicine and the Board of Behavioral Sleep Medicine. She completed her undergraduate education at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah in psychology with an emphasis in health psychology and psychobiology. Dr. Neeleman completed her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at Brigham Young University and her predoctoral internship and postdoctoral fellowship at St. Mary?s Children and Family Services in Syosset, NY. Dr. Neeleman provides consultation, education, diagnostic and therapeutic interventions for a full range of sleep problems.
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