Louise Berger

Louise Berger has a passion for seeing lives changed through better sleep. She leads the Insomnia Service at the Royal Surrey County Hospital Sleep Clinic. She was invited to establish this service in 2011 and it has steadily grown to now serve hundreds of patients every year. Louise’s innovative approaches to service delivery, alongside excellent outcomes and high levels of patient satisfaction, have led to regular media coverage and awards.

Louise is a qualified Occupational Therapist with extensive experience in mental and physical health settings. She also has an undergraduate degree in Psychology and a strong personal interest in behaviour change and coaching. Louise draws on all these expertise in her clinical sleep practice and delivery of CBT for Insomnia. 

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Insomnia Service at the Royal Surrey County Hospital

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