Our expert says:
Gosh, Homeopsych will be so upset to hear that the hypnotherapists idn't fix everything. Certainly major insomnia can be due to depression, but is rarely the only symptom, so one would expect that other symptoms of depression would be present. Sleep therapy is absolutely always, without any exceptions, dangerous quackery, which not one single reputable authority supports, and without one single tiny shred of evidence that it is ever effecive or helpful, and much evidence that it can be seriously dangerous. One should run from the room if any shrink every suggeests something so wildly and dangerously incompetent. But from your comment about monitors, it sounds more as though you were in a sleep lab being monitored and investigated for the nature of your sleep problems, which can be really helpful, rather than given sleep therapy, which is when quacks give you large doses of sedatives and try to force your brain to sleep for extended periods of time.
I understand hat you'd like me to think of somthing novel and effective to propose here, but only yet another re-assessment and fresh opinion from a good psychiatrist who examines you directly, can perhaps find the best approach here.
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