The Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program
Behavioral Sleep Medicine is an expanding area of the sleep field that focuses on the evaluation and treatment of sleep disorders by addressing behavioral, psychological, and physiological factors that interfere with sleep.
The Behavioral Sleep Medicine (BSM) Program is a specialty clinic within the University of Michigan Sleep Disorders Center that serves adults 18 years of age and older with sleep disorders amenable to psychological and behavioral approaches to treatment. Sleep disorders most commonly seen in this program include insomnia, sleeping pill dependence, circadian rhythm sleep disorders, and difficulty adjusting to therapies for sleep apnea.
Patients have the opportunity to receive treatment on a one-on-one basis with their clinician, participate in a 4-week course on basic insomnia treatment, or can participate in one of our clinical research projects in one of our clinical research projects listed below:
Apply to participate in clinical research
Night Owl Study
This study is comparing two approaches to timing melatonin treatment for night owl syndrome (delayed sleep wake phase disorder).
More information can be found at:
For referring providers
Please complete a referral and submit to Psychiatry “Behavioral Sleep Medicine.”
If you are a provider outside of Michigan Medicine please call 734-764-0231