Clinical Services

I help people with sleep disorders by teaching different ways to face difficult nights and stop seeing the bed as the enemy. Many of the graduates of my program are able to stop using sleep aids. By the end most say they are sleeping better than they have in years, if not decades.

Erin Shedle, LCSW

Clinical Social Work/Therapist

One-on-one counseling:

In traditional therapy style, we meet weekly to discuss the concepts of CBT for insomnia. We then use them to create an individualized sleep plan that you will follow and modify in our weekly sessions.


$160 for a 50 minute session.


$80 for 30 minutes.


Other lengths of time can be prorated.


Sometimes it’s both members of the couple who struggle with sleep, and other times it’s only one person but the other is affected and needs to be involved. Meeting as a couple is often central to success since the sleep of one impacts the other.




Treating sleep disorders in a group setting is an excellent way to ensure that everyone gets the care they need as quickly as possible. It also has a unique aspect of mutual support. All group members are experiencing similar problems and going through the process together. This creates camaraderie and accountability that motivates and inspires.

All group participants must have an initial one-hour consultation ($160) before enrolling.


Each 90 minute group session is $75


Thirty minute one-on-one sessions are available as needed ($80)

Sleep for the Whole Family

There is often a domino effect among families: One person struggles with sleep, so everyone struggles with sleep. In these cases, it’s most effective to work with the whole household to address everyone’s sleep at the same time. This includes teenagers, children, and babies.



Discontinuing Medications for Sleep

Sometimes the occasional sleep aid can be helpful. Other times it gets out of hand. One sleep aid works for a short while, then loses its effectiveness. This leads to adding another, and another, and another. Sleeping naturally without the use of sleep aids is a real possibility and a common focus of our program. This can be accomplished in either a one-on-one or group format.

Sleep difficulties related to pregnancy/postpartum:

Whether you are going through treatment for infertility, are currently pregnant, or are wondering how you will ever sleep again with this adorable barnacle attached to you 24/7, you probably aren’t getting the sleep you need. Let’s work on fixing that so you can be the best parent possible and savor more of your pregnancy and postpartum life.

CPAP anxiety/claustrophobia

Wearing a CPAP can be annoying or even panic-inducing. Not wearing a CPAP can lead to numerous health complications and poor quality of life. Let me help you become friends with your CPAP by walking you through steps to decrease feelings of anxiety related to wearing it. 

*Regardless of the format of treatment, the average length of time to complete the process is eight sessions. Some clients take fewer sessions, others take longer. The exact length of care is dependent on many factors and can be difficult to estimate. For example, people tapering off of sleep aids often require more than eight weeks to accomplish their goals.

I am not in network with any insurance.

Please contact me if finances are a barrier. There may be options available that are in your budget.

Not sure which type of treatment is best for you? 

Let’s chat and figure it out. Schedule your free 15 minute consultation.

Because everyone’s struggle is unique, the way we approach healing must be unique. We offer a variety of options to fit both your clinical and financial needs. Contact me for a free 15 minute consultation to discuss which method of care would be most appropriate.

There are numerous factors to take into consideration when deciding whether or not to accept insurance. Ultimately, I have made the decision to not accept insurance at this time. My rationale is that I value the flexibility to create effective treatment options tailored to individual needs that may be outside the scope of what insurance would cover. Though I cannot guarantee that you will receive reimbursement, I will be happy to provide you with the documentation necessary for you to request reimbursement for services from your insurance company (this is called a superbill).

If you are in need of care and finances are the only thing stopping you, please talk to me. There may be other options available.

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Behavioral Sleep Solutions
34 Wall St., Suite 605 Asheville NC, 28801

Serving all of North Carolina via Telehealth

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