CBTi for LatInOs (CLIO)

Chronic insomnia is associated with significant public health burden and economic costs. While there are effective behavioral interventions to treat chronic insomnia, these options are not widely available for Spanish-speakers and individuals from low socioeconomic backgrounds. We conducted a study that examined the acceptability and feasibility of an internet delivered cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia intervention for Latino patients. We also collected preliminary data on how to culturally adapt this type of therapy for Spanish-speaking Latinx adults. 


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