Kathryn McGibbon
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Welcome to Kathryn L. McGibbon LCSW

I am trained by the University of Pennsylvania in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-i). CBT-i is a technique for helping individuals learn how to sleep more and feel better. As part of the 8 week treatment modality, I will guide you through the steps necessary to not only increase the number of hours of sleep you get every night, but also improve the quality of that sleep. Everything is harder when we don’t get enough sleep.

I am an experienced clinician who is dedicated to supporting people along their journey of making their lives better. I provide a safe, welcoming space and motivate people to reach their desired positive goals. I believe that life can be easier and with the support of therapy, individuals can live a more happy, fulfilling and successful life. I believe that therapy provides the structure and space for people to become their best selves.


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Sometimes you just need someone to talk to; someone that can listen without judgement, and offer guidance that is objective. Therapy can be beneficial for all to help identify and change negative thinking and behavior patterns and to process and move through difficult experiences.

Some of the changes that you may see in therapy are:

  • Decreased anxiety
  • Decreased depressed mood
  • Increased sleep
  • Improvement in daily functionality
  • Improved communication
  • Improved coping skills
  • Increased positive mood
  • Living more in the present
  • Feeling more confident
  • Being kinder and more compassionate towards self and others
  • and many other additional changes!


Everything is harder when we are tired

Insomnia exacerbates anxiety, depression, and overall functioning in our professional and personal lives. It affects all aspects of daily life, including the quality of life.

Did you know? Insomnia is frequently a major contributing factor of motor vehicle deaths.

Although medications can help, it is a short-term solution and there are risks associated with all medications. If your insomnia lasts more than a month, it is likely it will not go away on its own. You are practicing NOT sleeping every night!

Kathryn L. McGibbon, LCSW, LLC

57 Plains Road, Suite 1E
Milford, CT 06461
(p) 1.475.434.8744
(e) Kathryn@kathrynmcgibbon.com

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