Associate Professor Delwyn Bartlett
Associate Professor Delwyn Bartlett is a leading Health Psychologist in Sydney, specialising in the psychological management of sleep disorders. She is Associate Professor at the Sydney Medical School, University of Sydney and is the co-ordinator and clinic lead of Medical Psychology services at the Nationally and Internationally renowned Woolcock Institute of Medical Research (WIMR). She has been working in Sleep Medicine as a researcher and clinician for over 20 years. She has worked on a number of Nationally acclaimed research NHMRC grants and has authored and co-authored multiple papers relating to sleep disorders and treatment interventions. Her special interests including the management of insomnia, sleep problems in new parents of newborns, and health coaching to improve adherence of CPAP in those suffering from obstructive sleep apnoea. She practices primarily from the Martin Place Integrated Sleep Health clinic.
Dr. Liora Kempler
Liora Kempler graduated from a Bachelor of Advanced Science with a major in Psychology at the University of New South Wales. She is a Psychologist at the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research, Glebe and at the Integrated Sleep Health Clinic, Bondi Junction. Liora specialises in treating adults with sleep disorders, insomnia, depression, postnatal depression and anxiety as well as specialising in sleep during pregnancy and with infants and toddlers. Her preferred treatment practices include cognitive behavioural therapy, mindfulness, acceptance and commitment therapy and psychotherapy. She has completed a PhD at the University of Sydney in the School of Psychology under supervisors Prof Louise Sharpe and A/Prof Delwyn Bartlett. Her PhD project investigated the efficacy of a novel sleep intervention in helping first time expectant mothers better manage the changes and challenges in their sleep, both during pregnancy and as new mothers.