Sleeping Soundly

Poor sleep can impact your grades, social life and the quality of your education. Good sleep improves grades, happiness and performance in many other areas. If you are having trouble getting a good night’s sleep take positive action: join Sleeping Soundly!

Learn how to get restful, beneficial sleep by joining the Sleeping Soundly workshops on Tuesday, April 12th & Tuesday, April 19th at 6:00pm or Thursday, April 14th & Thursday, April 21st at 4:00pm for 60 minutes.

Sleeping Soundly workshops are sponsored by the USG Mental Health Initiative, in partnership with iHope and Christie Campus Health.

The workshop combines group meetings and support with exercises designed to help you keep your worries at bay and focus on the things that are important to you.

For maximum flexibility, the workshop is delivered through video conferencing - you connect with your group by video.

The group takes place on Tuesday, April 12th 2022 & Tuesday, April 19th 2022 at 6:00pm or Thursday, April 14th 2022 & April 21st 2022 at 4:00pm.

Check out the calendar below for a preview of the topics. Feel free to use the resources under "Materials for Everyone" regardless of whether you plan to join us.

Interested in joining? Sign up by completing the form at the bottom of this page.

Where & When

Where : via Video Conference

When : 6-7pm on Tuesday April 12th and April 19th and 4-5pm on Thursday April 14th and April 21st

Facilitated by : Amy Barnwell LPC

Amy Barnwell LPC

You will learn the necessary skills for sleeping soundly, including:

  • a sleep education about how to get good sleep

  • discovering “insomnia brain,” a pattern of thought that makes sleep difficult, and learn how to break the thought cycle

  • how to use a sleep diary to plan better sleep, a skill you can use for your whole life

Workshops are provided by iHope Network, not USG. USG has contracted with iHope to make these workshops available to the USG Community at no cost.

For more information, or to sign-up for the workshop, fill in the Sign-Up/Question Form below, email us at or call us at 800-225-0634.

All participants must read and sign this informed consent document saying they understand the rules of the workshop.