I find that many of my clients are concerned about not getting enough sleep or getting poor quality sleep. If you have difficulty falling asleep (primary insomnia) or staying asleep (secondary insomnia) you might want to check out this article by Noah Rubenstein, LMFT. This is a link to his July 20th, 2012 blog entry where he sites a recent study touting the helpfulness of learning coping strategies to do in the day so you’re not up in the night:
Professional counseling can be very helpful for getting a better handle your stress and anxiety. I have lots of ideas, so just ask for some sleep tips at your next visit.