Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Case Study Video: Adult Sleep Disorder Induced by Childhood Trauma

Dr. L. Peabody Groat, Jr. discusses research findings on newly identified potential sleep disorders at the Groat Center for Sleep Disorders.


Anonymous said...

Wow! What a great video! I had the whole staff watch it. I told them it was an "educational" video. Everyone was howling! It’s good to have a good chuckle together.
Thanks for posting it,

Let's Talk Sleep! said...

Hi Henry,

I'm glad you and the staff enjoyed it as much as I did. Laughter is great tonic and a great team-building tool!

Be well,

Anonymous said...

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