Clinical Associate of Psychiatry
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Lisa Medalie, PsyD, CBSM, is a behavioral sleep medicine specialist. She specializes in treatment of chronic insomnia in adults and children. She uses evidence-based behavioral treatment, including Cognitive Behavioral Treatment for Insomnia (CBTI).
Dr. Medalie is formally trained and board certified in behavioral sleep medicine. She works with adults and families ready to implement behavioral change necessary to improve their sleep disturbance. Dr. Medalie also works with interns and fellows interested in behavioral sleep medicine training.
- American School of Professional Psychology (PsyD)
- Johns Hopkins Hospital, Kennedy Krieger Institute
- Harvard Medical School, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Mass General Hospital
Other Grad Education
- University of California, San Diego/Veterans Affairs Hospital
- Aetna POS
- Aetna HMO
- Aetna PPO
- BCBS Blue Precision HMO
- BCBS HMO (HMOI)
- BCBS PPO
- Cigna HMO
- Cigna POS
- Cigna PPO
- Coventry Health Plan PPO
- Great West PPO
- Multiplan PPO
- PHCS PPO
- United Choice / Choice Plus
- United Options (PPO)
- United Select (HMO & EPO)
- United W500 Emergent Wrap
Dr. Medalie talks to NPR about whether or not buying a new mattress is the answer to a better night's sleep.
Dr. Medalie is quoted in a Consumer Reports article about how to fall asleep the natural way.
How does the time change for daylight saving affect sleep habits? Dr. Medalie's comments in a Chicago Tribune article.
Insomnia specialist Dr. Medalie was featured in a segment on Living Healthy Chicago about how to get a good night's sleep. She also answered questions about sleep on WGN TV.
Dr. Medalie was a guest on The Dr. Oz Show, where she discussed how people can use their dreams to improve their health.
Forbes featured Dr. Medalie in an article about how to beat jet lag. Read her tips.
Dr. Medalie contributed to an article in Good Housekeeping about what goes on in the body while you sleep. Learn more.