May 1, 2020
This episode Zach and Caleb discuss research and clinical considerations regarding implementation of sleep treatments with Dr. Keira Moore.
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Things to check out from the episode:
Download Dr. Hanley’s Sleep Assessment and Treatment Tool for free: https://practicalfunctionalassessment.files.wordpress.com/2015/06/satt.pdf
Ways to learn more about Dr. Moore’s consulting company and her upcoming continuing education events:
Email her directly: email@example.com
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